Austrians have returned to the polls to decide the presidential race between a right-wing populist and his left-leaning rival. The vote is being watched, as a far-right win could boost populist movements in Europe.
Can the British government launch Brexit without seeking parliamentary approval? That is the question that Britain's highest court will decide in a hearing that starts on Monday. Samira Shackle reports from London.
This week's CDU party convention will set the tone for Angela Merkel's campaign for a fourth term as German chancellor. The big question is how traditional conservatives will try to counter right-wing populism.
Resource-rich Uzbekistan is set to elect its second-ever president since gaining independence in 1991. Shavkat Mirziyoyev, the prime minister of the late strongman Islam Karimov, is expected to easily carry the vote.