Austria's Chancellor Sebastian Kurz has called a snap election after the resignation of his deputy and coalition partner over corruption allegations. Mr. Kurz said he'd had enough of scandals linked to the far-right Freedom Party and was proposing a vote as soon as possible.
A Republican in the US Congress has said that President Trump has engaged in impeachable conduct. Justin Amash is the first Republican to make this accusation. He said he came to that conclusion after reading the Mueller Report. He also accused the Attorney General William Barr of misrepresenting the findings of Special Counsel Mueller.
The Chinese Foreign Minister has told the United States to show restraint and not go too far during negotiations to resolve their trade dispute. Wang Yi warned that recent words and actions from Washington had harmed Chinese interests.
The Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has called the unexpected victory of his center-right coalition in the general election a miracle. The opposition Labor leader Bill Shorten admitted defeat and said he would resign as party leader.
The former Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner says she'll run as a vice presidential candidate in national elections later this year. Miss Fernandez was widely expected to run for president, but has chosen her former Chief of Staff Alberto Fernandez as the party's top candidate.
Forces allied to libya's UN-backed government say they just received a shipment of weapons and armored vehicles to help them in the battle for control of the capital Tripoli. They're confronting fighters loyal to the warlord Khalifa Haftar.
The Hollywood star Arnold Schwarzenegger has been attacked by a man at a sports event in South Africa. He was chatting with fans when a man took a flying leap and kicked him in the back. The former body builder later reassured his fans that there was nothing to worry about.