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Greece warns of EU sanctions to Turkey if no retreat from...

Greece says there should be no alternative but EU sanctions against Turkey if does not back down to explore for natural resources in the...

Tunisia fears fresh political deadlock as PM resigns

Tunisia Prime Minister Fakhfakh resigned after dispute with Ennahdha party that had withdrawn its support for government earlier. Elyes Fakhfakh has resigned from his post,...

Israeli PM faces pushback on money-for-all Covid plan

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu $6bn grant proposal for citizens to alleviate economic crisis opposed by some officials. Israel's Prime Minister has gotten a lukewarm...

Iran dropped India from key Chabahar-Zahedan line rail project

Iran has dropped India from key Chabahar-Zahedan line rail project after India failed to participate apparently due to US sanctions. Iran has reportedly dropped India...

Emmanuel macron govt grants health workers ‘historic’ pay rise

Emmanuel macron government has granted health workers 'historic' pay rise after weeks of negotiations,major unions have agreed on accord. Pay rises for hospital staff worth...

Malaysia’s opposition preparing for snap polls

Malaysia's opposition gearing up for early elections, potential PM candidate Mohd Shafie Apdal said.Earlier speaker of parliament’s was replaced. Malaysia’s opposition is preparing for early...

Bulgarian President Radev calls for Borissov and government to resign

Bulgarian President Ruman Radev is calling for Prime Minister Boyko Borissov and his government to resign amid anti-corruption protests. Bulgaria's president is calling on the...

DRC Justice Minister Celestin Tunda resigns after dispute

DRC Justice Minister Celestin Tunda tenders resignation after a dispute with President Felix Tshisekedi over judicial reform proposals. The Democratic Republic of the Congo's Justice...

Singapore People’s Action Party on track to retain power

Singapore’s ruling party is on track to retain power comfortably, early counting of votes from Friday’s general election showed, but opponents make gains. Singapore People's...

Serbia, Kosovo renew talks on most intractable territorial disputes

Serbia and Kosovo leaders begin the 'very difficult' process aimed at resolving their territorial dispute led by French President and German Chancellor. The leaders of...

Hassan Diab sues American University of Beirut for $1m

Hassan Diab's lawsuit for exit package claims comes as American University of Beirut struggling for its financial survival in COVID affected situation. Lebanese Prime Minister...

Tunisian Al Watania refuses to be part of parliamentary committee

Tunisian Al Watania refuses to be part of parliamentary committee of investigation into suspected conflict of interest involving PM Elyes Fakhfakh. Al Watania parliamentary group...

Ennahda Movement to reevaluate stance on Fakhfakh’s government

Ennahda Movement decided to reevaluate stance on Fakhfakh's government as opposition demanding Prime Minister to resign over alleged conflict of interest. Ennahdha, the biggest party...

Kiwi Prime Minister launches election campaign with promises of jobs, financing

Kiwi PM Jacinda Ardern launched election campaign with promises of jobs and extra financing for small businesses as a severe economic downturn looms. With promises...

Boris Johnson father defends trip to Greece despite COVID-19 advisory

Boris Johnson father defended his decision to fly to Greece even though at that time government advice for UK nationals to avoid all but...

China fired back at Canada over criticism of Hong Kong security...

China fired back at Canada for criticising national security law for Hong Kong, second rebuke in a week that added to strains of their...

French President picks less famous civil servant as new prime minister

French President named Jean Castex, as his new PM as he acted to recast his presidency and take back control of policy ahead of...

Kremlin calls poll allowing Putin to rule until 2036 a triumph

Kremlin says Russians had shown how much they trusted Putin with a nationwide vote that gave him right to run for two more terms. Kremlin...

Israel Uncertain over controversial process of West Bank annexation

Israel has signaled that occupied West Bank annexation controversial plan not imminent as Palestinians gather for renewed protests. An announcement on Israel's planned annexation of...

Healthcare workers staged protest across France demanding pay hikes

Healthcare workers rallies demanding pay hikes come as the French government prepares to wrap up weeks of talks on hospital overhauls. Doctors, nurses and other...

UN chief declares Israel’s annexation plans ‘illegal’

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights says Israel's annexation plans 'illegal' and warned that 'shock waves of annexation will last for decades'. Israel's aim to...

PM Johnson to unveil new infrastructure plan

PM Johnson will launch a plan to get Britain “moving again” after COVID lockdown, when govt will set out measures to boost infrastructure construction. Britain's...
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