Will Matteo Salvini be the next prime minister of Italy?

Will Matteo Salvini be the next prime minister of Italy?

He certainly hopes so. But you know he doesn't have enough parliamentarians actually for snap elections right now which means you could end up getting an alternative majority. He does have a larger percentage. If he does have elections he probably will win. But let's remember in Italy you get roughly one government every year since World War II. So even if he is, he's not lasting for long.

Can Carrie Lam end the protests in Hong Kong?

Certainly doesn't seem that way. The question is will they peter out by themselves. People get sick and tired because they've been out there every weekend. Last weekend we had 20% of the entire population out there. It does seem like it's more likely it's going to end up in more escalation and violence from the mainland Chinese side.

Which is a bigger threat in Afghanistan: The Taliban or ISIS?

Well I mean ISIS is, in a sense, the more violent threat to the United States but the Taliban is a threat that facilitates ISIS potentially. That's the one you have to watch out for especially as the Americans are moving closer to pulling out all remaining troops.

The Business and Market Fair that recently took place in Sanzule, Ghana featured local crops, livestock and manufactured goods, thanks in part to the Livelihood Restoration Plan (LRP), one of Eni's initiatives to diversify the local economy. The LRP program provided training and support to start new businesses to approximately 1,400 people from 205 households, invigorating entrepreneurship in the community.

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After a months-long investigation into whether President Donald Trump pressured Ukraine's president into investigating his political rivals in order to boost his reelection prospects in 2020, House Democrats brought two articles of impeachment against him, charging him with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. Click here for our GZERO guide to what comes next.

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