American reactions following the second presidential debate of this election season remain mixed. Few who had chosen their candidate changed their minds, and neither candidate seems to have won over the large number of voters who dislike them both.
The vote was not due until November next year but President Erdogan has called snap presidential and parliamentary elections. They have been slated for June 24.
The memos reveal conversations between Trump and Comey on the Russia probe, prostitutes and jailing journalists. The papers are expected to play a key role in an investigation into Russian influence in the 2016 election.
Despite coming to power on a wave of popular support, President el-Sissi appears to have the same aspirations as his autocratic predecessors. DW looks at his swift rise from army chief to second-term president.
The Cuban revolution "will carry on," Cuba's new president Miguel Mario Diaz-Canel Bermudez said after succeeding Raul Castro at the post. Castro is set to mentor Diaz-Canel and remain the leader of the Communist Party.
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