“Italy is in turmoil and is dabbling with fascism and that should worry everyone,” the “Last Week Tonight” host says. “The last time they did that, they wound up with Mussolini.”
With her early Cabinet picks, Ana Brnabic sends a strong message about her alliances with other nations. She also has made headlines as Serbia's first female and first openly gay leader.
In the wake of the Panama Papers, protesters gather in London with a message for Prime Minister David Cameron.
The European politician is the first major casualty in the whistleblower scandal. Don't expect him to be the last figure to face repercussions.
"We must do everything we can to stop MPs voting the U.K. into its fourth war on a Muslim country in 14 years," Stop the War coalition says.
But Britain's former prime minister offers no real apology for the 2003 invasion or the United Kingdom's role in helping to remove Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein.
This represents a 180-degree turnaround from Canada's previous right-wing government and a seismic shift for North America.
The prime minister and leader of the Syriza party will submit his resignation to the country’s president Thursday, making way for early elections scheduled for Sept. 20, government officials report.
Now free to pursue a radical agenda, David Cameron will lead Britain even further down the murky path of austerity, privatization, increased surveillance and jingoism.
Five people managed to escape Monday from the Lindt Chocolate Cafe in Sydney, where they had been detained by an armed assailant who was still holding several hostages. Meanwhile, Australian authorities, from police to Prime Minister Tony Abbott, pushed to defuse the crisis.