Czech Prime Minister Petr Necas is to formally resign over a graft and spying scandal involving his chief of staff. The case has thrown the political future of the recession-hit EU state into uncertainty.
Under mounting pressure over a scandal, Malaysian PM Najib Razak fired his deputy and the attorney general who had been investigating him. Is he attempting to cement his hold on power? DW speaks to analyst William Case.
The current and former presidents of Japanese conglomerate Toshiba have resigned after an independent report found them complicit in a yearslong scheme to pad profits. Investors welcomed the move.
The diocese in the German city of Limburg wants compensation from its ex-bishop, Franz-Peter Tebartz-van Elst, according to a German media report. He was suspended after wasting church money on his lavish residence.
FIFA head Sepp Blatter has met with his vice presidents ahead of a meeting to set the date to elect his successor. Some would like that date to come sooner rather than later.