Counting has stalled in Honduras, but the left has much too big a lead to be overtaken in the race for president.
A referendum in Switzerland delivers a big win for public health measures and against the anti-vax lobby.
South Korea's last two military rulers die within a month of each other, prompting reflections on the era that they represented and the relationship between authoritarianism and economic growth.
Germany is on the way to a new government and Sweden briefly had a new prime minister. Both cases show the need for co-operation across a broad ideological front.
It was a good result for the opinion polls in Chile. Not so good for voters, who will have to choose between the extremes in the second round.
The resignation of South Australia's embattled deputy premier contains an important lesson for how we think about responsible government.
The collapse of the centre in Chilean politics looks like leading to a presidential contest between the extremes.
Britain and Europe are negotiating again, in yet another round of dealing with the consequences of Brexit for Northern Ireland.
Bulgarian voters have swung behind a new anti-corruption party, which now faces the task of putting together a majority coalition.
Donald Trump's acolytes are not above the law, but the prosecution of Steve Bannon shows that the law in question is a complex one. Matters would be much simpler in Australia.