Gamblers in the UK are flocking to the bookmakers to place their bets on the fate of Donald Trump. Resignation and impeachment are among the top bets.
British Prime Minister Theresa May took a gamble calling for snap elections three years early and paid a heavy price. But she's not the first European politician to see a big bet backfire.
While Washington searches for a new Afghanistan strategy, Moscow has not been waiting for the Western coalition to get its act together and has been reasserting its geopolitical clout in the war-torn country.
As British Prime Minister Theresa May secures a clear mandate from MPs to hold an early election, many are asking why she is holding one at all. Samira Shackle reports from London.
PM May has announced that she will focus on forming a government, though she did not say she would hold the reins for the next five years. She added that she was "sorry" for the Conservatives' losses in the election.
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