Japan cleans up after deadly typhoon Hagibis
Days after the powerful typhoon Hagibis, the death toll has risen and many are still without homes or power. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said the government was considering an additional fund to support relief efforts.
Queen Elizabeth II sets out U.K. legislative agenda
Queen Elizabeth II sets out the U.K. government's agenda during the State Opening of Parliament in Westminster, London. Prime Minister Boris Johnson's domestic policies focus on passing Brexit, healthcare investment, tackling violent crime and increasing wages for the lowest paid.
Brexit deal needs Northern Irish consent, DUP's Dodds says
DUP Deputy Leader Nigel Dodds discusses the consent process of U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Brexit plan and the prospect of avoiding a no-deal Brexit. He speaks with Bloomberg's Anna Edwards on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
U.K.'s Johnson offers to allow no-confidence vote in government
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson, facing the biggest political crisis of his career, addresses Parliament for the first time since Britain’s Supreme Court ruled his decision to suspend the legislature was illegal.
Johnson: Whole world wants Brexit over and done with
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson says the "whole world wants" the subject of Brexit over and done with. "We are coming out of the EU on Oct. 31 come what may," Johnson said at the Conservative Party's annual conference in Manchester.
Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu to form new government
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu has been tasked with forming the country's new government, the president's office stated. But neither Netanyahu nor his opponent Gantz has an easy way to form a parliamentary majority.
Two Dalit children beaten to death in India for defecating in open
Two children were beaten to death in central India for defecating in the open. The killings underline the violence sometimes unleashed to enforce Prime Minister Narendra Modi's flagship cleanliness drive.
UK PM Boris Johnson dares opposition to vote no-confidence
The prime minister challenged the opposition to vote no-confidence in the government. Members of parliament were meeting for the first time in two weeks following an "unlawful" suspension of parliament ruling.