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British PM Meets Queen To Get Royal Go-ahead To Form New Govt

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson headed to Buckingham Palace on Friday for an audience with Queen Elizabeth following his win in Thursday’s general election. The monarch, under Britain’s constitution, has to grant her permission before...
Japanese Prime Minister, Abe’s India Visit Postponed Amid Violent Protests

Japanese Prime Minister, Abe’s India Visit Postponed Amid Violent Protests

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s visit to India, which was scheduled for next week, has been postponed amid protests over a new citizenship law. Abe was scheduled to begin his visit on Sunday and was...

Russian TV Pulls Ukrainian Leader Zelensky’s Show After One Evening

Russian state television channel TNT pulled Ukrainian actor-turned-president Volodymyr Zelensky’s show “Servant of the People” after one evening this week. The premiere came a day after Zelensky met for the first time in person with...

UK Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn to Step Down After Losing Election

Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of the opposition Labour Party, in UK announced on Friday he will step down after projected election results showed the party not only failed to oust the ruling Conservatives but...
US Court Orders Banks To Release Trump Financial Documents

Trump Impeachment: US House Judiciary Panel To Vote

A US House of Representatives panel is expected to approve impeachment charges against President Donald Trump later in a marathon session of rancorous debate. The judiciary committee is debating two articles of impeachment alleging abuse...
U.S. Threatens Visa Restrictions Over South Sudan Peace Process

U.S. Threatens Visa Restrictions Over South Sudan Peace Process

The U.S. on Thursday threatened visa restrictions on anyone, who attempts to damage the peace process in South Sudan as Washington upped its pressure on the country to form a unity government and re-evaluates...
Wrongful Death Trial Over ‘Walking Dead’ Stuntman Begins

Wrongful Death Trial Over ‘Walking Dead’ Stuntman Begins

The wrongful death trial of “Walking Dead” stuntman John Bernecker started Tuesday in Georgia, with AMC Networks’ attorneys arguing that his tragic death was a result of his mistake. Bernecker, who was 33, died in...
Trump Impeachment: Democrats Unveil Formal Charges

Trump Impeachment: Democrats Unveil Formal Charges

The Democratic-controlled US House Judiciary Committee has unveiled charges against President Donald Trump, a key move in impeaching him. The first article revealed by committee chief Jerry Nadler accuses Mr. Trump of abuse of power...
Western Australia Legalises Voluntary-Assisted Dying

Western Australia Legalises Voluntary-Assisted Dying

Western Australia has voted to legalise voluntary-assisted dying, becoming the second jurisdiction in the country to do so. Western Australian (WA) Premier Mark McGowan made this known on Tuesday after the historic vote. He said: “Today...
Algerian Court Convicts 2 Former Prime Ministers Of Corruption

Algerian Court Convicts 2 Former Prime Ministers Of Corruption

An Algerian court has convicted two former Algerian prime ministers and other senior officials to prison in a corruption case. Ahmed Ouyahia was sentenced to 15 years and Abdelmalek Sellal to 12 years in prison...
Democrats Expected To Announce Impeachment Articles On Tuesday

Democrats Expected To Announce Impeachment Articles On Tuesday

Democrats in the U.S. House Judiciary Committee are expected to announce articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump on Tuesday, a lawmaker told multiple U.S. media outlets. Elliot Engel, the House Foreign Affairs Chairman, told...
U.S. Firms Dominate Global Sales Of Military Equipment, Services – Report

U.S. Firms Dominate Global Sales Of Military Equipment, Services – Report

Defense firms in the U.S. accounted for more than half of the global sales of military equipment and services by the world’s top 100 arms groups in 2018. Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), a...

Saudi Arabia Ends Gender Segregation in Restaurants

Saudi Arabia will no longer require restaurants to have separate entrances segregated by sex, the government says. Previously, it was mandatory to have one entrance for families and women, and another for men on their...

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