Romania is in political upheaval. Tens of thousands of demonstrators protested against corruption for days, forcing Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta to step down. But the rage against the country's political class is unabated.
Sara Netanyahu has been accused of procuring more than $100,000 in public funds to order food for the premier's residence. But the premier and his wife have blamed their former housekeeper for the alleged mishap.
The future of South Korea's electronics giant Samsung hangs by a thread after a court in Seoul sentenced the company's heir Lee Jae-Yong to five years in prison. What would be its impact on the South Korean economy?
It seems to be an unwritten rule that Iranian politicians are entitled to help their children find high-paying jobs. One politician's son recently put his success down to "good genes" - sparking backlash on social media.
Romania's parliament has dismissed Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu after his party submitted a no-confidence vote. The party has said Grindeanu lost their support for failing to implement its reform program.
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