Sweden's anti-immigrant far-right made gains in legislative elections Sunday and vowed to exert "real influence" as kingmaker, after both the left-wing and centre-right blocs failed to obtain a majority and the make-up of the next government remained up in the air.
British Prime Minister Theresa May narrowly won a confidence vote in parliament yesterday, highlighting the weakness of her Conservative Party which lost its majority in a shock general election result earlier this month.
Brazil’s top electoral court was expected to finish delivering its verdict on Friday on whether to strip President Michel Temer of his office in a trial highlighting mammoth political corruption in Latin America’s biggest country.
Brazil's electoral court started hearings on Tuesday that could topple scandal-tainted President Michel Temer, plunging Latin America's biggest country into its second leadership crisis in a year.
After the đồng /dollar exchange rate rose by 50 đồng yesterday, many commercial banks this morning continued to see a sharp increase in the rate by 85 đồng to VNĐ22,600 per US dollar.