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Mexico slams Donald Trump's 'absurd' remarks
Mexico slams Donald Trump's 'absurd' remarks

Mexico's interior minister hit back at "absurd" remarks made by US billionaire and presidential candidate Donald Trump.

Mexico slams Donald Trump's 'absurd' remarks
Don't use my music, Neil Young tells Donald Trump
Don't use my music, Neil Young tells Donald Trump

Donald Trump has landed himself in hot water with Neil Young after the singer-songwriter accused the White House hopeful of not having permission to use his hit "Rockin' In The Free World."

Don't use my music, Neil Young tells Donald Trump
Denmark's 'selfie' prime minister fights for second term
Denmark's 'selfie' prime minister fights for second term

Like the protagonist of Denmark's hit TV show "Borgen", Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt is a pragmatic centrist who learned her political lines the hard way.

Denmark's 'selfie' prime minister fights for second term
Jeb Bush: 'I will run to win'
Jeb Bush: 'I will run to win'

Jeb Bush jumped headlong into the presidential race, insisting "America deserves better" after eight years of Barack Obama.

Jeb Bush: 'I will run to win'
Bush ready to jump into presidential campaign
Bush ready to jump into presidential campaign

The campaign logo is ready, so is the big speech, and his message is taking shape: Jeb Bush is about to join the crowded Republican field running for president in 2016.

Bush ready to jump into presidential campaign
Clinton to launch formal campaign with New York rally
Clinton to launch formal campaign with New York rally

Hillary Clinton formally launches her bid to become America's first woman president, holding in New York her first big campaign rallyю

Clinton to launch formal campaign with New York rally
Turkey PM says to seek coalition after majority loss
Turkey PM says to seek coalition after majority loss

Turkey's ruling party will talk to the opposition on forming a coalition government after it lost its overall parliamentary majority in legislative elections.

Turkey PM says to seek coalition after majority loss
Turkey's noisy Erdogan in uncharacteristic post-poll silence
Turkey's noisy Erdogan in uncharacteristic post-poll silence

Turkey's usually highly loquacious President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has made no spoken comment since his party lost its parliamentary majority.

Turkey's noisy Erdogan in uncharacteristic post-poll silence
Jeb Bush announces June 15, Rick Perry all in for 2016
Jeb Bush announces June 15, Rick Perry all in for 2016

Jeb Bush appeared all but certain to launch his White House bid on June 15, as fellow Republican and former Texas governor Rick Perry plunged into a crowded presidential pool.

Jeb Bush announces June 15, Rick Perry all in for 2016
Latvia elects Green party's Vejonis as president
Latvia elects Green party's Vejonis as president

Latvia's parliament elected Defence Minister Raimonds Vejonis as the Baltic state's new president, giving the 28th member of the European Union a Green party head of state.

Latvia elects Green party's Vejonis as president
Republican-turned-Democrat Lincoln Chafee joins 2016 US race
Republican-turned-Democrat Lincoln Chafee joins 2016 US race

Lincoln Chafee, a former US senator and Rhode Island governor who was a longtime Republican before switching to the Democratic Party, launched his 2016 presidential campaign.

Republican-turned-Democrat Lincoln Chafee joins 2016 US race
Macedonia to hold polls in 2016 to end political crisis: EU
Macedonia to hold polls in 2016 to end political crisis: EU

Macedonian political leaders agreed to hold elections in early 2016 in order to overcome a deep political crisis, EU enlargement commissioner Johannes Hahn said.

Macedonia to hold polls in 2016 to end political crisis: EU
Latvia to choose president in controversial 'black box' vote
Latvia to choose president in controversial 'black box' vote

Latvia's parliament votes for a new president on Wednesday as the small Baltic NATO and eurozone member weighs security concerns amid heightened tensions with Soviet-era master Russia.

Latvia to choose president in controversial 'black box' vote
Clinton's debut campaign rally set for June 13 in New York
Clinton's debut campaign rally set for June 13 in New York

Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton has been a US presidential candidate for seven weeks, but her campaign officially launches June 13 with a rally on a New York City island.

Clinton's debut campaign rally set for June 13 in New York
Counting begins in key polls testing Italian premier Renzi
Counting begins in key polls testing Italian premier Renzi

The centre-left party of Italian premier Matteo Renzi faced battles in regional elections, exit polls showed, after balloting which is also seen as a measure of the fading fortunes of ex-leader Silvio Berlusconi.

Counting begins in key polls testing Italian premier Renzi
Nazarbayev congratulates Duda on winning Polish presidential elections
Nazarbayev congratulates Duda on winning Polish presidential elections

President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev has congratulated the winner of the presidential elections in Poland Andrzej Duda.

Nazarbayev congratulates Duda on winning Polish presidential elections
FIFA marathon man Blatter comes through a new storm
FIFA marathon man Blatter comes through a new storm

A new election triumph in the midst of a corruption scandal established FIFA president Sepp Blatter as the politician who can come through any storm.

FIFA marathon man Blatter comes through a new storm
O'Malley: Clinton foil or formidable Democrat contender?
O'Malley: Clinton foil or formidable Democrat contender?

Maryland ex-governor Martin O'Malley is all but certain to unveil his White House campaign, amid debate about whether he is a viable contender or merely a foil for Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton.

O'Malley: Clinton foil or formidable Democrat contender?
Queen to outline Cameron's plans after poll win
Queen to outline Cameron's plans after poll win

British Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservatives unveil their programme for government after a surprise clear win at this month's general election.

Queen to outline Cameron's plans after poll win
New Polish president may spell eurosceptics' return to power
New Polish president may spell eurosceptics' return to power

Polish voters have opted for change and chosen the conservative and relatively unknown lawyer Andrzej Duda as their next president, spelling a possible return to power of his eurosceptic mentor.

New Polish president may spell eurosceptics' return to power