Portugal's incumbent Prime Minister Antonio Costa's Socialist Party won a general election marked by low turnout on Sunday after presiding over a period of solid economic growth following years of austerity.
Socialists win again in Portugal's poll
A second whistleblower, with first-hand knowledge of President Donald Trump’s dealings with Ukraine, has spoken with the intelligence community’s internal watchdog, the lawyer representing the official said on Sunday.
Second whistleblower in Trump-Ukraine scandal comes forward – lawyer
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif defended his ministry’s policy towards Iran’s neighbors, describing Tehran’s relations with neighboring countries as a top priority for the Islamic Republic.
Iran deems ties with neighbors a top priority: Zarif
With the resumption of crunch Brexit talks on Monday looming large, European leaders piled pressure on British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to revise his offer, and to do so quickly.
EU presses UK to resubmit Brexit plan as end-game looms
Saudi Arabia and Iran have taken steps towards indirect talks to defuse tensions in the Middle East, with Riyadh asking Iraq and Pakistan to speak with the Iranian leadership about deescalation, according to the New York Times.
Saudi Arabia, Iran take steps towards talks
North Korea said on Sunday that there was no way the United States would bring alternative plans for their stalled nuclear talks within two weeks.
North Korea: US has no immediate alternative plan for talks
Tunisians voted for a new Parliament on Sunday but quiet polling stations gave an indication of the economic disillusionment that has emerged since the 2011 revolution and brought political newcomers to challenge established parties.
Tunisia votes for a new Parliament
At least 18 more people were killed in Baghdad’s overnight clashes between police and Iraqi protesters demonstrating over public services and unemployment, according to police and medical sources, as government tried to appease public anger with a new reform plan.
Iraqi govt. pledges reforms amid rising protest toll
Hong Kong police and protesters clashed on Sunday as tens of thousands marched through the central city wearing face masks in defiance of emergency laws which threaten a year in prison for hiding their faces during demonstrations.
Scores of Hong Kong protesters arrested for defying mask ban

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