Italian Prime Minister Resigns, Austria Rejects Far-Right and Opinion Polls In China

A woman passes posters of left-leaning presidential candidate Alexander van der Bellen in Vienna, Austria, Monday, Dec. 5, 2016. Van der Bellen defeated right-wing rival Norbert Hofer in Sunday's election, a victory welcomed by moderate politicians across Europe seeking to thwart advances by right-wing populist forces looking to weaken the European Union.
A woman passes posters of left-leaning presidential candidate Alexander van der Bellen in Vienna, Austria, Monday, Dec. 5, 2016. Van der Bellen defeated right-wing rival Norbert Hofer in Sunday's election, a victory welcomed by moderate politicians across Europe seeking to thwart advances by right-wing populist forces looking to weaken the European Union. Ronald Zak / AP Photo
A woman passes posters of left-leaning presidential candidate Alexander van der Bellen in Vienna, Austria, Monday, Dec. 5, 2016. Van der Bellen defeated right-wing rival Norbert Hofer in Sunday's election, a victory welcomed by moderate politicians across Europe seeking to thwart advances by right-wing populist forces looking to weaken the European Union.
A woman passes posters of left-leaning presidential candidate Alexander van der Bellen in Vienna, Austria, Monday, Dec. 5, 2016. Van der Bellen defeated right-wing rival Norbert Hofer in Sunday's election, a victory welcomed by moderate politicians across Europe seeking to thwart advances by right-wing populist forces looking to weaken the European Union. Ronald Zak / AP Photo

Italian Prime Minister Resigns, Austria Rejects Far-Right and Opinion Polls In China

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