With just one year to go before the US presidential election, polls aren't looking good for President Joe Biden, but Democrats are banking on safeguarding issues like abortion rights in order to keep the White House. The US president's approval rating has dropped to 39 percent; not the lowest it's ever been, but still a source of concern. In another poll, Biden is seen trailing Republican frontrunner Donald Trump in five key states.
The new note, which will be worth $11 or €10.2 officially, comes after consumer prices jumped by nearly 95% in the 12 months to the end of December.
The one thing almost everyone in Poland seems to agree on is that Sunday's elections are the most important the country has held since 1989 and the fall of communism. And they're on a knife-edge. The ruling nationalist Law and Justice party, known by its Polish acronym PiS, is aiming for a historic third term.
The vote for the largely ceremonial role is widely viewed as a test of support for the ruling People's Action Party.
Zimbabwe's opposition is seeking to unseat President Emmerson Mnangagw's ZANU-PF party, which has ruled since the country's independence in 1980.
Some 200 international observers were on hand to monitor this year's proceedings for a single round vote based on proportional representation to elect 102 lawmakers.