Reuters | Updated at 01:38pm on November 09, 2016
A senior member of German chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative party said on German radio on Wednesday that the German government was uncertain what Republican Donald Trump would do if he wins the US presidential election...
Reuters | Updated at 01:26pm on November 09, 2016
France's far-right National Front party leader Marine Le Pen congratulated Donald Trump on Wednesday as he looked set for a shock victory in the US presidential election...
Reuters | Updated at 11:39am on November 09, 2016
Reuters | Updated at 12:47pm on November 09, 2016
Governments from Asia to Europe reacted with stunned disbelief on Wednesday to the victory of Donald Trump in the US presidential election, while populists hailed the result as a triumph of the people over a failed political establishment...
Agence France-Presse | Updated at 12:41pm on November 09, 2016
An Afghan woman immortalised on a National Geographic cover was deported by Pakistani officials early Wednesday to her war-torn homeland following a brief period of detention for using fraudulent identity papers...
Agence France-Presse | Updated at 12:39pm on November 09, 2016
A stony silence cast a pall early Wednesday over what was meant to be Hillary Clinton's presidential victory party as, one by one, states turned Republican red for Donald Trump...
Reuters | Updated at 11:36am on November 09, 2016
Republican Donald Trump scored a series of shocking wins in battleground US states including Florida and Ohio on Tuesday, opening a path to the White House for the...
Reuters | Updated at 10:37am on November 09, 2016
One man was killed and two women wounded when a gunman opened fire with an assault rifle at a house across the street from a polling station in the Southern California town of Azusa on Tuesday, police said, before the gunman was also found dead...
Associated Press | Updated at 10:22am on November 09, 2016
India scrapped its highest-denomination currency notes overnight, delivering a blow to black-market money launderers but plunging hundreds of millions of common citizens holding cash savings into fear and uncertainty...
BBC | Updated at 09:23am on November 09, 2016
Italy's constitutional court has ruled against legislation that automatically gives children of married couples the father's surname...