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West African leaders on high-stakes mission to defuse political crisis

West African leaders Presidents of Ghana, Ivory Coast, Niger, Nigeria and Senegal arrive in Bamako in a bid to defuse Mali's weeks-long political crisis. West...

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...

Mongolia’s traditional Naadam sporting festival goes online

Mongolia's traditional Naadam sporting festival kicked-off at the weekend but without the usual crowds of spectators due to coronavirus fears. For the first time in...

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...

European Rights Court faults France over asylum seekers sleeping rough

European court of Human Rights orders France to pay fines up to $13,970 to each of the three 'victims of a degrading treatment'. The European...

Ukraine’s central bank chief resigns over political pressure

Ukraine's central bank chief Yakiv Smoliy has resigned over political pressure while IMF calls on Ukraine to keep its bank independent. Ukraine's central bank chief...

German financial watchdog in EU crosshairs over Wirecard bust

German financial watchdog under investigation,Rare move by EU piles embarrassment on Berlin days before it is due to take over the EU's rotating presidency. European...

Trudeau backs opposition leader kicked out of Parliament

Trudeau backed leader of an opposition party who ejected from House of Commons for branding a member of another party a racist and refusing...

Tunisian Prime Minister decides to freeze salaries

Tunisian PM decided against the use of more external debt and all new expenses that arise for country would be funded only through internal...

Indonesian court to deliver verdict in West Papua treason trial

Indonesian court to deliver a verdict in a high-profile trial of seven West Papuans accused of treason, a case that drawn concern about political...

London mayor orders review of the capital’s statues

London mayor orders a review of capital’s landmarks, street names and statues after a wave of anti-racism protests held in the wake of George...

Shell evacuated 60 foreign staff from Basra Gas project

Shell Evacuations in response to worker protest at Basra Gas Company (BGC) to demand payment of delayed salaries, say executives. Royal Dutch Shell evacuated some...

Left-wing defectors from Macron party announced new group

Left-wing defectors from French President Emmanuel Macron's governing party announced the creation of a new group in France's lower house of parliament. Seven defectors, frustrated...

Tunisia govt Launches Virus-tracking mobile App

Tunisia government launched a contact-tracing mobile app that identifies and alerts users who may have had contact with others infected with coronavirus. The E7mi application,...

Germans across the country stage protests against lockdown measures

Germans across country took to streets to protest against restrictions imposed by the government to contain the coronavirus pandemic. Germany’s death toll from the virus...

Top court in Hungary confirms Roma unlawfully segregated, awards compensation

Top court in Hungary said that a Hungarian school unlawfully segregated minority Roma students for years, granting 100 million forints in compensation. Nationalist Prime Minister Viktor...

Catalan separatists use Covid19 crisis as a fresh motive to argue...

Catalan separatists are using Covid19 crisis as a fresh motive to argue for independence from Spain,Some says coronavirus could have caused fewer deaths. Some bluntly...

Plans underway to restart economy do not hinge on coronavirus ‘immunity’...

Plans underway to restart the economy of Canada do not depend on presuming people who become infected with Covid-19 develop immunity to it,Trudeau said. The...

Survey says Kashmiris want Indian forces to leave

Survey says more than 90 percent of college and university students want a complete withdrawal of Indian forces from the Indian-administered Kashmir. Survey appears to...

Anti-corruption party takes lead in Slovakia election

Anti-corruption party (OLaNO) has won a resounding victory in Slovakia's parliamentary election on a wave of anti-corruption sentiment. With nearly all results counted, the party...

Protesters rally in Najaf calls for investigation into deadly violence

Protesters rally in central-south Iraq city Najaf calls for investigation into deadly violence amid international condemnation.

Farmers protesters blocked Berlin roads

Farmers protesters have blocked Germany capital Berlin roads, it came after a mass protest by the Land schafft Verbindung in November.