Learn more about some of the world's most famous prime ministers, including "Iron Lady" Margaret Thatcher, the first woman to hold the position; Winston Churchill, who stood against Adolph Hitler's threat to control Europe during World War II; Jawaharlal Nehru, India's first prime minister; and his daughter, Indira Gandhi, who served three consecutive terms as prime minister before she was assassinated by her bodyguards in 1984.
Vladimir Putin gifted President Donald Trump an Adidas soccer ball to celebrate the World Cup, held in Russia, which had markings indicating it had a chip that allows fans to access mobile content and could theoretically be programmed to initiate an attack on nearby phones.
Silvio Berlusconi appeared at a political rally a week before parliamentary elections to support his party. Pundits say the former Italian president, who is still popular among fans despite a series of sex scandals and legal cases, may be trying to make a political comeback.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu served the Japanese prime minister, Shinzo Abe, dessert in a shoe--highly offensive to Japanese. Several Israeli officials and diplomats voiced disbelief, as the Japanese are known not to wear shoes at home or often even at work.
Following days of suspense, Zimbabwe elected its new president, Emmerson Mnangagwa. He replaces Robert Mugabe after serving as his right-hand man for decades and ousting the authoritarian leader last year. Mnangagwa's opponent has alleged widespread electoral fraud.
Donald Trump's team blamed Justin Trudeau for the president’s refusal to sign the G-7 summit joint statement following a fight over trade deficits. They accused the Canadian PM of stabbing Trump in the back just ahead of his Tuesday meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.