The border across the island of Ireland is to become the only direct frontier with Europe, which is a major political problem.
Trump understood that the world is changing.
It's like the Indian Mutiny all over again (but much less violent).
Ukraine is implementing a deal to placate its restive separatists – but other countries have had trouble with similar strategies.
New Zealand Prime Minister John Key is leaving as a leader, and not in defeat.
A new review on integration in Britain lumps much of the blame on housebound Muslim women.
Finding out the answer has not been a priority for the world of sport.
Clinton was fighting a deep-rooted misogynist sentiment which goes back decades.
Gambia's president of 22 years has been defeated in a shock election victory for opposition leader Adama Barrow.
Some will be hoping that Trump's phone call with Taiwan's leader was a wrong number.
The most unpopular president of the fifth republic won't be seeking a second mandate.
Don't mock – try to be the best friend they can have.
A tory political career ends, a Lib Dem's begins – and Labour loses its deposit.
After admitting that its peacekeepers brought the disease to the country, the organisation must make financial amends too.
Critics point to low income and food shortages, but when judging the Cuban leader it's important to look at the whole story.
At first, the Cuban revolution seemed doomed to fail.
A brave foreign policy changed history in Angola and South Africa.
Legislation designed to bring large business to book should be deployed to bring accountability to the cell block.
Are we seeing Orwell's dystopian vision of 1984 coming to fruition?
The South African president has survived an attempt to remove him, and argued that it was a conspiracy.
With age comes wisdom ... and happiness.
The inquiry needed to put a sticking plaster on the problem, but instead used a 'bloody great cast'.
Stephen Port selected and groomed his victims via sites such as Grindr.
The science of reanimating the dead from deep freeze is one thing. But even if possible, it poses serious social and legal questions.
He's the surprise winner of the republican nomination, but Fillon is in a strong position to attack the weaknesses of the far right.
It could save the British government up to £173.6m in savings in asylum support.
The protection of confidential journalistic sources in public life is vital. We must not lose it.