Regular parliamentary elections were held in Poland on 13 October, with Polish citizens electing 460 lawmakers to the lower house of parliament and 100 members to the upper house.
President Donald Trump earlier shared that he has been working with both aisles of the US Congress to hit Turkey with "powerful" sanctions over its military operation, which started on 9 October and targets Syrian Kurds.
Earlier today, the Supreme Court of Spain found that nine of the twelve officials, behind the organisation of a referendum on Catalonia's independence from Spain, were guilty of treason, rebellion, and the misuse of public funds.
Now we know what the head of the Holy See does in his spare time. If we are to trust his posts on Twitter, and we don’t see any reason why we shouldn’t, Pope Francis likes American football and his favourite team is the New Orleans Saints!
Last year, the Tesla and SpaceX founder posted a fake news article that said he was buying the successful game, which is played by some 250 million people, and deleting it “to save kids from eternal virginity”. After the epic ending of this past Fortnite season, which left many fans clueless, he apparently decided to tease them with the old joke.
Relations between Iran and the US have hit bottom after President Donald Trump unilaterally withdrew his country from the Iran nuclear deal in May 2018, slapping Tehran with a series of tough banking and energy sanctions.
Previously, the US threatened to cut its allies off from intelligence-sharing programmes if they allow Chinese tech giant Huawei to participate in the construction of their high-speed 5G networks. Despite this, many countries have ignored these threats.
Although Swedish blogger Felix Kjellberg has become one of the most influential YouTube creators, hitting a record 100 million subscribers this year, he has distanced himself from politics and any related debates. But this has not spared him from a number of controversies, including being associated with the Christchurch mosque shooting.