In the US, voting has begun in the presidential primary in the midwestern state of Indiana. It could be the one where Republican frontrunner Donald Trump finally delivers a knockout blow to his main rival Ted Cruz.
Contrary to a popular belief, working-class voters did not make up the bulk of the Trump vote. Instead, the electorate that put Trump in the White House looks pretty much like the classic Republican coalition.
Six US states have cast ballots on the last big day of the presidential primaries. Unfortunately for voters there, the nominees have effectively already been named. Milan Gagnon reports from California.
Francois Fillon has won France's first-ever conservative primary ahead of next year's presidential election, declaring victory over moderate Alain Juppe. Fillon will likely face off against the far-right's Marine Le Pen.
The Republican front-runner has scored another key victory over rival Ted Cruz, according to projections by US TV networks. Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders were reported to be too close to call in the Democratic vote.
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