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With Macron’s Blessing, France Unveils a Sweeping Ethics Overhaul
François Bayrou, the French justice minister, supported Emmanuel Macron’s presidential campaign on the condition that Mr. Macron make ethics legislation a top priority.
Nepal’s Parliament Makes Veteran Politician a Four-Time Prime Minister
Nepal’s newly elected prime minister, Sher Bahadur Deuba, left, with his predecessor, Pushpa Kamal Dahal, at Parliament House in Kathmandu, Nepal, on Tuesday.
At Least 12 Killed in Pair of Terrorist Attacks in Iran
Iranian security forces outside the Parliament building on Wednesday.
What to Look for as U.K. Voters Go to the Polls in a Volatile Year
Supporters of the opposition Labour Party leader, Jeremy Corbyn, at a campaign rally on Wednesday in Watford, England.
What Is a Hung Parliament? What Does It Mean for Britain?
A statue of former Prime Minister Winston Churchill in front of the Houses of Parliament in London on Friday.
Live Briefing: The Latest: Theresa May’s Next Move, and ‘Brexit’ Questions
Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain leaving the Conservative Party headquarters in London on Friday.
Iranian Kurds Are Implicated in Terrorist Attacks in Tehran
Mourners attended a funeral in Tehran on Friday for some of the victims of two attacks by terrorists aligned with the Islamic State.
The British Election: What Happened and What’s Next?
Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain suffered a humiliating defeat in the 2017 general election. Her opponent Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour leader, re-energized his party and altered the landscape of
What Turned the British Election? Maybe the Youth Vote
Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of Britain’s Labour Party, leaving his party’s headquarters in London on Friday. The party gained 31 seats in Thursday’s election.
Emmanuel Macron’s Amateur Politicians Are Poised to Remake French Parliament
Hervé Berville campaigned at the market in St.-Jacut-de-la-Mer, France. The first round of national voting for Parliament is Sunday.
Emmanuel Macron’s Party on Track to Claim Majority in France’s Parliament
A political poster in Dinan, France, earlier month shows President Emmanuel Macron with Hervé Berville, one of the candidates of the French president’s party for the National Assembly.
For Britain, Political Stability Is a Quaint Relic
Protesters against Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain near 10 Downing Street in London on Friday.
For Macron’s Party in France, Success Is Broad. But How Deep?
President Emmanuel Macron at the Élysée Palace. His party is poised to dominate the National Assembly.
Le Pen Loses Luster, Signaling Far Right’s Retreat in France, and Maybe Beyond
Marine Le Pen, the leader of the far-right National Front party in France, speaking at a rally in Calais last week before the first round of parliamentary elections.
Election Success for Emmanuel Macron May Mask Real Challenges
Sarah El Haïry, 28, a political newcomer, campaigning in Heric, France. The candidate hopes to draw on the good will for France’s new president, Emmanuel Macron.
Macron’s Party and Allies Win Majority in French Parliamentary Elections
People waited to cast ballots in a polling station in Marseille, France, on Sunday during the final round of parliamentary elections.
Queen’s Speech to U.K. Parliament Outlines Theresa May’s Scaled-Down Agenda
Queen Elizabeth II giving the speech that sets out the British government’s legislative program during the state opening of Parliament in London on Wednesday.
Theresa May Reaches Deal for Backing of Northern Ireland Party
Britain’s Conservatives, led by Prime Minister Theresa May, second from right, signed a deal with Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party, led by Arlene Foster, second from left, in London on
Philippines May Get New Law: Sing National Anthem With Spirit or Face Prison Time
Filipinos on Pag-asa — also known as Thitu Island, in the South China Sea — sang the Philippine national anthem in April.
U.K. to Fund Abortions in England for Women From Northern Ireland
Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain, right, visiting Berlin on Thursday. Mrs. May’s party agreed to fund abortions for women who travel to England from Northern Ireland, where the procedure is more