Latvia's parliament approves the Baltic country's new five-party, center-right coalition government nearly four months after general election, breaking a deadlock to Cabinet formation talks in the small nation's highly fragmented political scene.
The widow of the slain Gdansk mayor blames his death on the government-controlled Television station TVP and the negative light in which it presented the mayor who was critical of the right-wing ruling team.
A senior British Cabinet minister says businesses need to prepare for the possibility the U.K. will leave the European Union in March without an exit deal, as a growing number of British firms say they are stockpiling goods or shifting operations overseas.
Venezuela's re-invigorated opposition faces a crucial test Wednesday as it seeks to fill streets nationwide with protesters in an appeal to the military and the poor to shift loyalties that until recently looked solidly behind President Nicolas Maduro.
The European Union is warning countries running lucrative schemes granting passports and visas to rich foreigners to toughen checks on applicants amid concern they could be flouting security and tax laws.