The Chinese communist party's powerful Central Committee has proposed a major constitutional change to allow Xi Jinping to continue beyond two terms.
The UN Security Council unanimously called for the implementation of a 30-day truce deal across Syria in what is a significant development.
Conservative MP Ben Bradley has been forced to apologise for a "wholly untrue" allegation linking Jeremy Corbyn to Cold Wr spying.
Gun groups say there is "a great feeling of betrayal and abandonment" after Trump mentioned possible gun control measures after the Florida school shooting.
President Rodrigo Duterte came to power in May 2016, riding on the wave of a harsh anti-drug rhetoric.
"Lol. Suck it, Mike Pence," one Twitter user wrote tauntingly.
The Prime Minister is set to announce the government's stance on how Britain should work with the EU after Brexit.
The daughter of President Donald Trump is leading the U.S. delegation at this weekend's closing ceremony for the Pyeongchang Games.
Fresh sanctions are due to be announced against North Korea just as Ivanka Trump arrives in the peninsula.
Nicole Schott was attacked on social media for her music choice during the women's free skating final.
"Is it just me or is this choreographed cuteness all just a bit much now?" an Indian politician wrote on social media.
Prime minister Theresa May will allow EU citizens arriving in the UK during the Brexit transition phase, in a reversal of government policy, it has been reported.
The regional leader of a far-right political party in Italy was reportedly tied up and beaten by protestors in Sicily as tensions mount in the country's upcoming election.
"Which is worse: directing your AG to investigate your political enemies or misspelling his name? Hello America, it's Wednesday!" Amy Siskind tweeted.
Theresa May will be hosting her senior cabinet ministers at the Buckinghamshire estate to iron out divisions.
The government says some 1,000 Pakistani soldiers are in the kingdom on a training and advisory mission, but the opposition wants to know what exactly they are doing.
"That the man who holds our country's nuclear weapon keys needs a crib note that reads 'I hear you' to show empathy terrifies me," one Twitter user wrote.
The opposition Democratic Unity alliance said the elections will not be free and fair.
Both speculation and expectation of possible talks are growing since the US first daughter Ivanka Trump will also be present at the closing ceremony.
The Cabinet did not agree to the negotiating strategy for Brexit transition pursued by UK prime minister Theresa May.