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Ireland election exit poll predicts three main parties tied on 22 percent with official results expected to be announced on Monday.
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte employing thirty new ministers without any official role in government,he already has nominated 42 deputy ministers.
Pakistan's first ever equestrian to qualify for the Games will compete with horse named after the Azad Kashmir at Tokyo 2020.
Turkey has sent nearly 150 vehicles with commandos and ammunition to reinforce its 12 observation posts in Syria's last rebel-held region Idlib.
Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party (Indian right-wing party) seeks to unseat Arvind Kejriwal 'common man' party in Delhi election.
UK government will introduce emergency legislation to stop people convicted of terror crimes being released after serving half their sentences.
US Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad has briefed Afghan president on peace talks with Taliban.
Ankara has deployed additional armed vehicles and soldiers to its border with Syria as an intensifying military push by Syrian government forces.
Trump's impeachment trial could end in acquittal when Republicans will vote,but its aftershocks will likely to rock United States.
British Steel rescue under threat because British Steel owns a plant in Hayange in northern France that supplies rail to French state...
Russian President Vladimir Putin met Israeli prime minister in moscow while Putin has reserved judgement on Middle East plan.
European Parliament are bidding farewell to UK colleagues ahead of a final vote on the Brexit deal,UK will leave the bloc on...
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been indicted in court on corruption charges after dropping immunity bid today.
Portuguese hacker Rui Pinto who is awaiting trial in Lisbon, says he leaked files on Angolan billionaire Isabel dos Santos.
Polls have opened in northern Italy Emilia-Romagna region,far-right League party victory could shake coalition government.
Wells Fargo former Chief executive officer John Stumpf hit with record high fine $17.5m for his role in fake sales scandal.