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Italian Prime Minister employs 30 ministers with no role

Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte employing thirty new ministers without any official role in government,he already has nominated 42 deputy ministers.

Cameroon polls dominated by separatist violence

Cameroon polls dominated by clashes and violence.Main opposition party,Movement for the Rebirth of Cameroon (MRC) is refusing to field a single candidate.

Modi’s BJP seeks to unseat Kejriwal Party in Delhi election

Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party (Indian right-wing party) seeks to unseat Arvind Kejriwal 'common man' party in Delhi election.

Underage sex abuse claims probe starts in France

Underage sex abuse claims made by skater Sarah Abitbol that she was raped by coach Gilles Beyer between the ages of 15...

South African court issues Zuma arrest warrant

South African court has issued ex-president Jacob Zuma arrest warrant after no-show at pre-trial hearing over corruption charges.

British Steel rescue under threat as France opposes deal

British Steel rescue under threat because British Steel owns a plant in Hayange in northern France that supplies rail to French state...

France,Turkey starts war of words

France and Turkey started war of words over Libya,Ankara hitting back at Macron who accused his Turkish counterpart of failing to "keep...

European parliament to ratify terms of Brexit deal

European Parliament are bidding farewell to UK colleagues ahead of a final vote on the Brexit deal,UK will leave the bloc on...

Portuguese hacker Rui Pinto identified as source of Luanda Leaks

Portuguese hacker Rui Pinto who is awaiting trial in Lisbon, says he leaked files on Angolan billionaire Isabel dos Santos.

Polls open in northern Italy,far right victory could shake coalition

Polls have opened in northern Italy Emilia-Romagna region,far-right League party victory could shake coalition government.

Former Egyptian army contractor steps away from politics

Former Egyptian army contractor Mohamed Ali who is considered to be cause of anti-government rallies and protests, steps away from politics.

World’s largest twin-engine 777X airliner completes maiden flight

World's largest twin-engine and Boeing's new long-haul 777X airliner has completed its maiden flight, a major step forward for the company.

Wells Fargo former chief fined record high for role in sales...

Wells Fargo former Chief executive officer John Stumpf hit with record high fine $17.5m for his role in fake sales scandal.

Tunisian presidential candidate paid ex-Mossad agent $250,000

Tunisian presidential candidate has paid Canada-based lobbyist and ex-Mossad agent Ari Ben-Menashe $250,000 to advocate him.

Five Foreign Companies interested in saving Malaysia Airlines

Five Foreign Companies from Europe,Asia and the Middle East are interested in saving Malaysia Airlines Berhad from crisis.

UN court orders Myanmar to protect Rohingya

UN top court has ruled that Myanmar must implement emergency measures to protect Rohingya Muslims against violence and cruelty.

Greece Parliament elects first female president

Greece Parliament has elected High court judge and human rights advocate Ekaterini Sakellaropoulou as first female president.

Brazilian Prosecutors accuse American journalist in hacking case

Brazilian Federal prosecutors have accused American journalist Glenn Greenwald of assisting a group of hackers who intercepted public officials phones.

Burundi outgoing President to get luxury villa,over $500,000

Burundi outgoing President Pierre Nkurunziza will get luxury villa and over $500,000,he will not contest in the coming poll too.

Lebanon forms new government despite of protests

Lebanon has formed new government breaking a months-long impasse amid ongoing mass protests and economic turmoil,Hezbollah and its allies clinched a deal.

EU block must consider ways to back Libya truce

EU Minister for Foreign Affairs Josep Borrell has said that European Union block must have to consider ways to back Libya truce.

German Military adviser goes on trial for leaking secrets

German Military adviser is accused of passing state secrets to the Iranian secret service while working as a translator German military.