Nicholas Sarkozy goes on trial in France, in a case that raises questions about how we treat ex-presidents and what we really think about political corruption.
Israel's far-right government has lost a powerful friend with the defeat of Donald Trump, and the divergence between its position and the actual interests of Jews worldwide has never been clearer.
Maia Sandu will become Moldova's first female president after convincingly beating the pro-Russian incumbent.
Moldova's president seeks re-election on Sunday in another trial of strength between the forces pulling the country in opposite directions.
As Donald Trump is on the verge of getting his new Supreme Court justice, a decision in Poland illuminates the issues at stake.
A troubled country and a troubled pseudo-country both vote in presidential elections on Sunday: a first round in Bolivia and a second round in Northern Cyprus.
An occasional (usually monthly) feature. Today, news from Lithuania, Kyrgyzstan, Belgium and Vienna.
Greece's Golden Dawn is found to be a criminal organisation after a drawn-out trial of its leaders. There's a lesson there for the rest of us.
An increase in the pro-independence vote in New Caledonia puts its supporters within sight of their goal.
There's another independence referendum on Sunday in New Caledonia. It's unlikely to show a very different result from the first one, but the opponents of independence can't hold out forever.