When the provisional results came in, Uhuru Kenyatta expected that he would be re-elected President of Kenya in no time at all. But Raila Odinga has had other ideas.
In an attempt to bolster its global dominance, China is exporting its own particular brand of censorship around the world, and Turkey is its latest customer.
The world's attention has been focused of late on Pyongyang and on Washington. But what's happening over the world's most fortified border, in South Korea?
Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un’s war of words is being watched across the world, but perhaps most closely by Iran.
Britain’s Labour Party is known as a broad church, but Jeremy Corbyn’s refusal to condemn Nicolás Maduro in the wake of Venezuela’s constitutional referendum may prove a step too far for an already fractured party.
As polls open across Kenya on August 8, a close-run contest between long-standing rivals plays out once again. But will history repeat itself?
The ceasefire in Libya agreed on July 25 is a step in the right direction, but it is unlikely that Sarraj and Haftar’s forces will keep the peace for very long.
Nicolás Maduro has never made any great attempt at hiding his dictatorial ambitions. But the chaos that has followed his constitutional referendum makes it plain to the world that he must be removed from power.
President Obama's overtures to Tehran were disastrous. The Trump Administration must act now to stop Iran from creating a functioning nuclear weapon, but it may already prove too late.
Vladimir Putin has ordered that the US diplomatic mission to Russia cut its numbers by 775 — a dramatic move, but unlikely to cause the American diplomatic corps any hassle. Rather, Putin risks damaging his own cause.