“The SPD is back! We’re back!” Martin Schulz told around 600 delegates at a party meeting in Berlin shortly before he was chosen as SPD leader.
Cuban President Raul Castro on his recent visit to Caracas, backs Lenin Moreno, former vice president and candidate of Ecuador’s ruling Alianza Pais party.
Barrow defeated Jammeh in an election in December. Jammeh had held power for 22 years and only stepped down in January as thousands of West African troops who had entered the country were poised to enter the capital.
When Donald Trump called the European Union “wonderful” and said he was “totally in favor of it”, some Brussels officials feared the headline was a hoax, given the U.S. president’s earlier apparent disdain for the bloc.
Romania’s parliament on Monday unanimously endorsed a presidential plan to hold a national referendum over anti-corruption reforms after mass street protests forced the government into an embarrassing U-turn over a graft decree.
Supporters of Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe chanting “tongai, tongai baba” (rule, rule father) endorsed the 92-year-old leader for a 2018 election run.
Zuma is expected to stand down as ANC president at a party conference late next year, ahead of national elections in 2019.
“I believe we’ve got to start listening to the majority and not the minority,” Senator Pauline Hanson said.
Ted Cruz: “I pledged to endorse the Republican nominee. I am honoring that commitment. And if you don’t want to see a Clinton presidency, I vote for Trump.”
The Union Leader of New Hampshire broke an over-100-year-old tradition of backing GOP presidential picks endorsing Libertarian Gary Johnson.
Jeremy Corbyn Corbyn released a promotional video for the event and said he was ” going to be there”.
“We will have disagreements, but we will disagree as friends,” Donald Trump said.
“I am not a Donald Trump campaigner. He would be the better one for Europe and for Hungary,” Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said.
Bernie Sanders declares: “I intend to do everything I can to make certain she will be the next president of the United States.”
“He has demonstrated time and again that he is a principled, thoughtful and highly capable conservative,” Harper said to hundreds of supporters.
Theresa May is the frontrunner in the Tory leadership race as Conservative MPs begin casting their votes in the contest to decide who will be the next prime minister.
Johnson, a leading Brexit campaigner, ruled out making his own bid to replace David Cameron as Conservative leader.
Rabboi Boruch Gorin, said last week that the Islamic State terrorist group was a “problem of all mankind” which necessitated military action.
Mary Creagh wrote: “Labour needs a leader who can unite the party, shape our national debate and make the world a better place.” Read more.
Labour’s Yvette Cooper received a major boost to her flagging leadership campaign tonight after Gordon Brown backed her to succeed Ed Miliband. Read more.