Russian President Vladimir Putin is no fan of revolutions. As massive demonstrations and strikes roil the cities of neighbouring Belarus, he cannot like what he sees. The question on everyone’s mind is what he will do about it.
Tweeting ahead of his arrival, Jean-Yves Le Drian said French travel restrictions on Lebanese officials suspected of corruption or hindering the formation of a new Cabinet were "just the start.”
Thousands of foreign mercenaries are still on the ground, political factions remain deeply divided, and the promise of elections in December seems to be slipping away. "The honeymoon period of Libya's GNU (Government of National Unity) is now long gone," said analyst Emadeddin Badi.
No names have been discussed and Hungary has publicly denounced EU efforts to pressure Lebanese politicians, but six diplomats and officials told Reuters that technical work has now begun on preparing sanctions after EU foreign ministers on Monday agreed to take action.
Retno Marsudi made the remark in a news briefing after talks with visiting British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab. Indonesia is among several Southeast Asian countries leading a push for high-level talks on Myanmar, where nearly 600 people have been killed in a crackdown on demonstrators opposing
As the world grapples unevenly with the effects of Covid-19, a parallel and equally horrific pandemic has threatened half the world’s population.
One of the biggest ironies of the government response to the issue of women’s safety following the murders of Sarah Everard, Sabina Nessa
Sunday, April 13th, 1975, was a fateful day for Lebanon. I remember it well. My husband, 5-year old daughter, and I were returning home from a lunch party
Arvind Kejriwal said he had urged the federal government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to allocate more coal and gas to power plants supplying the capital, as earlier in the week many of them had just enough coal stocks to last one day.