France

Le Pen's niece opens institute for future far-right leaders

Marion Marechal quit elected politics last year to embark on a new venture - opening a conservative institute called 'ISSEP' in the French city of Lyon.

Le Pen's niece opens institute for future far-right leaders

Brazil Elections 2018

Campaigning before Brazil runoff vote marred by violence

Series of attacks against Workers' Party supporters, journalists, and activists blamed on supporters of far-right presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro.

Campaigning before Brazil runoff vote marred by violence

Latin America

Migrant caravan continues towards dangers in Mexico

A growing number of migrants and refugees from Central America continue their march undeterred towards the US border in southern Mexico, despite fortified borders behind and drug cartels ahead.

Migrant caravan continues towards dangers in Mexico

Russia

Gorbachev deplores Trump move to scrap US-Russia nuclear treaty

Russia condemns the US decision to pull out of a 30-year-old arms treaty - as does Mikhail Gorbachev, the Soviet leader who signed it.

Gorbachev deplores Trump move to scrap US-Russia nuclear treaty

US & Canada

US Congress condemns Saudi report on Khashoggi murder

Bipartisan support is emerging on Capitol Hill to take punitive action against Saudi Arabia and MBS, but US President Donald Trump still seems opposed.

US Congress condemns Saudi report on Khashoggi murder

US & Canada

Midterm elections place healthcare in the spotlight

The fight over healthcare, particularly the Affordable Care Act, is playing a major role in the US midterm elections as voters worry about spiralling costs and coverage of pre-existing conditions.

Midterm elections place healthcare in the spotlight