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UN warns Afghanistan at risk of ‘total breakdown’

The United Nations has warned that Afghanistan is at risk of “total breakdown” of the international community does not find a way to keep...

Japan yearns for charisma as race to replace Suga heats up

Tokyo, Japan – The race to replace Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga is gathering momentum after the veteran politician chose not to run for...

India’s deepening love affair with Israel

The revelation that Pegasus – spyware developed by the Israeli cyber-arms company NSO – was used to surveil opposition politicians, activists, public officials and journalists...

North Korea says it held late-night military parade

State media says leader Kim Jong Un presided over the event, the third such parade in less than a year.North Korea has staged a...

Somalia on edge as president, PM clash over intelligence chief

Open row between Somalia’s two most powerful leaders intensifies after they name different men to head the intelligence service.Somalia’s two most powerful leaders were...

‘Only God will take me out of Brasilia’, defiant Bolsonaro says

Brazil’s far-right president riles up hundreds of thousands of his supporters at mass rallies denouncing Supreme Court.Sao Paulo, Brazil – Hundreds of thousands of...

Tanzania main opposition party says several members arrested

Police detain nine party members and raid offices in Musoma to block planned symposium on constitutional change, Chadema says.Tanzanian police have arrested several members...

El Salvador court says presidents can serve two straight terms

Ruling paves the way for incumbent Nayib Bukele to stand for re-election in 2024.El Salvador’s top court has ruled that the country’s president can...

Canada’s Liberals unveil massive investment plan before vote

Justin Trudeau’s party pledges $62bn in new spending across five years as tight race unfolds before September 20 election.Canada’s governing Liberal Party has pledged...

Are frosty relations between Turkey and Armenia thawing?

Istanbul, Turkey – Longtime foes Armenia and Turkey have signalled that they are willing to move towards restoring diplomatic relations, almost four decades after...

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