Spanish party leaders in last-gasp bid to woo voters
Spain’s political parties have ended two weeks of campaigning ahead of tomorrow’s unprecedented repeat election aimed at ending a deadlock that has left the country with a caretaker government after an inconclusive vote in December.
Democrats stage sit-in to urge Congress to support gun control
US Democrats carried a remarkable House of Representatives sit-in into a second day, disrupting the business of Congress with demands for gun control votes in an unruly scene broadcast live to the world.
US Democrats stage gun law sit-in protest in Congress
US Democrats have carried a remarkable sit-in on the floor of the House into a second day, disrupting the business of Congress with demands for gun-control votes in unruly scenes broadcast live to the world.
Peacekeepers failed to protect civilians on South Sudan base
The UN peacekeeping mission in South Sudan failed to protect civilians during a February attack on a base in the northern city of Malakal, where at least 25 people were killed, according to the international medical and humanitarian group Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF).
North Korean missile launch violates UN resolution
North Korea has taken a significant step in the development of a powerful ballistic missile intended to reach US bases in the Pacific, launching one of the weapons about 1,000km (620 miles) high after five failed attempts in recent months.
Russell Gunson: EU vote in many ways just as important as indyref
In Scotland, the EU referendum campaign has not reached the levels of excitement seen during 2014’s independence referendum. However, the implications of the EU vote, are in many ways just as important.
Ruth Davidson and Boris Johnson clash in EU debate
Ruth Davidson and Boris Johnson have clashed over the economy and immigration as the two sides of the EU referendum battled into the final 24 hours of the campaign branding each other ‘Project Fear’ and ‘Project Hate’.