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Pakistan, Sweden say Afghanistan hurtling...

Pakistan, Sweden hint at Afghan...

World

Sun, Oct 24 2021

Many countries and multilateral institutions have halted development assistance but increased humanitarian...

Myanmar junta: No negotiations with...

'No negotiations with Myanmar coup...

South-East Asia

Sat, Oct 23 2021

On Friday a spokesman for a military-aligned party urged on junta leader to open dialogue with coup opponents...

Colombian linked to Haiti president's...

Haiti president's assassinator captured...

World

Sat, Oct 23 2021

Mario Palacios is accused of being one of 26 Colombian mercenaries who allegedly took part in the July...

Libyan PM backs Dec 24 national...

Libyan PM backs December polls

World

Thu, Oct 21 2021

The election has been held up as a key step in efforts to end a decade of violence by creating a new...

Two dead, 450 arrested in Chile protest...

Two dead, 450 held in Chile...

Latin America

Wed, Oct 20 2021

Monday's demonstrations throughout the country were to mark the October 2019 protests that sparked...

Thousands protest against Tunisia leader...

Thousands protest against Tunisia leader...

Africa

Sun, Oct 10 2021

Last week more than 8,000 demonstrators rallied in Tunis in support of Saied

Georgians vote in local election after...

Georgia holds local polls as ex-president...

Europe

Sat, Oct 2 2021

Saakashvili was arrested on Friday after he returned to Georgia and called on his supporters to vote...

At least 10 Farc dissidents killed in...

10 Farc dissidents dead in Colombia...

Latin America

Tue, Sep 28 2021

Though the Farc signed a peace accord in 2016 and most members demobilized, some former fighters reject...

Tunisian president moves to cement one-man...

Tunisian moves to cement one-man...

Africa

Thu, Sep 23 2021

He is in nearly total power since July 25 sacking the prime minister, suspending parliament and assuming...

Brazil's Bolsonaro predicts jail, murder...

'Can be arrested, killed or declared...

Latin America

Sun, Aug 29 2021

The remarks come as he has been questioning Brazil's electronic voting system and threatened not...

Malaysia PM seeks bipartisan support...

Malaysia PM seeks bipartisan support...

South-East Asia

Fri, Aug 13 2021

Malaysia is in political turmoil after some lawmakers in the ruling alliance withdrew support for...

Tunisia puts Islamist party man under...

Tunisia Islamist party man under house...

Africa

Sat, Aug 7 2021

Anouar Maarouf is the most prominent member of the party to be targeted since President Kais Saied dismissed...

Man accused of trying to kill Mali president...

Man 'trying to kill' of Mali president...

Africa

Tue, Jul 27 2021

His identity was not revealed, but commissioner Sadio Tomoda said late Tuesday that he was a teacher,...

World Bank: Lebanon crisis among world's...

World Bank: Lebanon crisis among world's...

Middle East

Tue, Jun 1 2021

The Lebanese currency has lost around 85% of its value

Netanyahu legal challenge to rival's...

Netanyahu legal challenge to rival's...

Middle East

Tue, Jun 1 2021

Naftali Bennett, Netanyahu's former defence minister, announced on Sunday he would join a proposed...

A true culture of democracy

A true culture of democracy

Farzana Begum

Fri, Feb 8 2019

What is the role of political parties and civil society in upholding these values?

Infographic: Venezuela plunges into...

Infographic: Venezuela plunges into...

Latin America

Mon, Jan 28 2019

The US and a number of other countries have recognized Juan Guaidó as Venezuela’s president...

Sri Lanka president seeks talks to end...

Sri Lanka president seeks talks to end...

South Asia

Sun, Nov 18 2018

The Indian Ocean nation has been paralysed since October 26 when Sirisena deposed Ranil Wickremesinghe...

US, EU denounce dissolution of Sri Lanka...

US, EU denounce dissolution of Sri Lanka...

South Asia

Sun, Nov 11 2018

Mark Field, the British minister of State for Asia and the Pacific, tweeted his concern about the dissolution...

Maldives army surrounds parliament amidst...

Maldives army surrounds parliament amidst...

South Asia

Sun, Feb 4 2018

Opposition lawmakers tried to barge into the premises

Political turmoil still blamed for rescheduling...

Political turmoil still blamed for rescheduling...

Uncategorized

Tue, Aug 23 2016

Businessmen are still blaming political turmoil for rescheduling their loans despite the fact that political...