Manuel Valls faces huge challenges in his new post. Not least, restoring public faith in his Socialist Party, after their drubbing in local elections.
Khai was the architect of Vietnam's Business Law, which transformed the economy by creating a private sector. He was also Vietnam's first postwar leader to pay an official visit to Washington.
Berlin police have carried out a series of raids, only this time against a member from its own ranks. A German officer is suspected of taking kickbacks from drug dealers in exchange for information on police operations.
Speaking to tens of thousands of his supporters, Prime Minister Viktor Orban used emotive language as he focused on immigration. He has been branded as a racist, xenophobe and bully by the UN's human rights chief.
At first glance, it would appear the protests over the murder of a journalist and his fiancee have triggered a political earthquake in Slovakia. But the country is still a long way from major change, says Keno Verseck.
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