Case represents an important showdown pitting the powers of the presidency against the authority of Congress
US leader has denied wrongdoing, but faces more testimony this week that he wanted Ukraine to open investigations to benefit him politically at a time he was withholding military aid to Kyiv
International community continues to play key supporting role in bringing elections to the public
Kuwait's ruler fired his own son and another Cabinet minister after they publicly feuded over accusations of corruption, ordering the prime minister to form a new government
The Saudi Arabian state oil firm says 1.5% of its shares will be put up for sale.
Protesters leaving the Polytechnic University of Hong Kong were met with tear gas and rubber bullets.
Several international firms helped with theft of state funding, British lawmaker Peter Hain says.