All signs point to Prime Minister Stefan Lofven losing the first round in his battle to remain in power as Sweden seats its new parliament.
Italian Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini pushed back against a plea for fiscal caution from the head of the central bank.
As Denmark comes to grips with its role in one of Europe’s worst dirty money sagas, its parliament is working overtime to stop the nation’s credit rating from being dragged down by the scandal.
The boundary between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland was long the scene of tense checkpoints and violent protest. Nearly two decades after the end of a conflict that claimed 3,500 lives, the undulating border is once again caught up in a bitter division. When British and European Union leaders carry out the split -- Brexit -- that British voters ordered up, the border between Ireland’s north and south will be the only land crossing between the two jurisdictions. For now the border i
Australian companies with more than 1,000 employees would be forced to publicly reveal how much they pay women compared to men under an opposition Labor Party proposal to help reduce the gender pay gap.
Aides for U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May have begun contingency planning for a possible snap election in November, the Sunday Times reported.
The woman who claims Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her decades ago strengthened her legal team with the addition of Michael Bromwich, a former federal prosecutor who helped investigate the Iran-Contra affair.
Peru’s Attorney General Pedro Chavarry opened a preliminary investigation into former president Pedro Pablo Kuczynski and current vice president, Mercedes Araoz, for alleged vote buying to avoid impeachment, the office said in a post on Twitter.
The woman who’s accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault has agreed to testify before a Senate panel, her lawyers said in an email to staff of the Senate Judiciary Committee, asking to iron out an agreement on specifics.
The U.S. and China are hours away from a new round of tariffs on each other’s goods, with no improvement in relations between the two rivals in sight.