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Britain will face the gravest constitutional crisis since World War Two if it allows Brexit to be watered down.
POSTED |  12-02-2018
Spain’s economic growth could be dealt a blow if Catalonia’s drive to break away persists.
POSTED |  13-10-2017
Beijing will not sit idle if a US probe into its intellectual property practices leads to...
POSTED |  15-08-2017
A defiant President Tayyip Erdogan vows to bring back the death penalty if parliament passes it.
POSTED |  16-07-2017
Gov Imee Marcos faces detention if she refuses to attend an inquiry on the alleged misuse of tobacco funds.
POSTED |  27-06-2017
British police said WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange would still be arrested if he left...
POSTED |  19-05-2017
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said he could even “eat” extremists if they’re...
POSTED |  24-04-2017
Cohesion, unity, and centrality will be affected if some of its members are excluded or left behind, writes Vannarith Chheang
POSTED |  09-03-2017
South Korean President Park Geun-hye will withdraw her nominee for prime minister if parliament recommends a candidate.
POSTED |  08-11-2016
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte lashed out anew at the United States, saying it could forget a bilateral...
POSTED |  25-10-2016
Pakistan’s government vowed to block protests in Islamabad if opposition leader Imran Khan pushes ahead with plans to shut down the government.
POSTED |  24-10-2016
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump will “100 percent” accept the results of the US election if it is fair.
POSTED |  23-10-2016
British scientists are on the verge of confirming a treatment for HIV if a new treatment trial...
POSTED |  02-10-2016
If you’ve grown weary from trying warm milk and counting sheep to speed up a restful night, perhaps trying breathing...
POSTED |  04-07-2016-- By Katie Medlok --
Russia and England could be thrown out of the European Championship finals if their fans are involved in more violence.
POSTED |  12-06-2016
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