The leader of the center-right People's Party has vowed to put aside differences to form a new government. The king's mandate marks a likely end to more than 10 months of political deadlock.
Tanzanian President John Magufuli just marked one year since he was elected. In that period, Magufuli's leadership has raised both hopes and fears with his no-nonsense style.
Riot police have surrounded the squalid camp, allowing clean-up workers to tear down make-shift homes. Thousands of migrants have been bussed out of the settlement but some are digging in their heels amid evictions.
By clearing the "Jungle" camp in Calais, the French government and President Hollande are ridding themselves of an embarrassment that has been festering for years.
King Mohammed VI of Morocco is currently touring East Africa. Officially he is looking to improve relations with the region but he has another goal: Find support for Morocco joining the African Union.
Jaroslaw Kaczynski pulls the political strings behind the scenes in Poland. How has a man who holds no formal office achieved such power?
The crew of the facility, in a mountain cave in Halden municipality, was immediately evacuated after the radioactive iodine leak. The nuclear regulator says it wasn't informed until a day after the incident.
Even before the start of the latest civil war, Yemen was one of the poorest countries in the world. Now, hunger is crippling a whole generation.
Demolition crews are set to move into the refugee camp today.
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Spain is set to have its first fully functional government in 10 months.
A group of Asian sailors was released after being held hostage by pirates for nearly five years.
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A normally light-hearted Catholic charity dinner featuring the presidential candidates soured when Trump's remarks were more acrid than expected. He was roundly booed for suggesting Clinton secretly hates Catholics.
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