Sir Keir Starmer is coming up to the end of his first year as Labour leader — he was elected on 4 April last year, just as the first wave of coronavirus was peaking. What is significant about the past year is what has not happened.
The federal cabinet meeting was held at PM Modi’s residence on Monday to discuss the situation, and Indian media said the government was likely to make a statement in parliament on the situation in Kashmir later in the day.
Venezuela’s opposition leader Juan Guaido called on Friday for the “biggest demonstration in history” to put pressure on President Nicolas Maduro to step down. The National Assembly head launched a challenge to Maduro’s authority in January, declaring himself acting president.
In a brief early-morning statement, Todd Muller announced his immediate resignation as leader of the centre-right National Party, saying "I am not the best person" for the position.
Gandhi was convicted last month in a case brought by a state lawmaker from BJP after comments he made that were deemed to be insulting to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other people surnamed Modi.
The decision made by the Phnom Penh Municipal Court late on Monday was condemned by the head of the Cambodia National Rescue Party, or CNRP, human rights organizations and the US Embassy. The trial was held in absentia, as all the party leaders are living abroad.