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Angela Merkel appeared to be powering ahead on Monday to a fourth term as chancellor of Germany.
POSTED |  04-09-2017
President Donald Trump tapped respected lawyer Christopher Wray to be his new FBI director.
POSTED |  07-06-2017
al-Qaeda appears to be signaling the start of a violent new chapter in the group’s history, led by a new bin Laden.
POSTED |  28-05-2017
Bruce Springsteen said at a concert in Australia he’s embarrassed to be an American.
POSTED |  04-02-2017
The oil price rally sparked by an OPEC-Russia deal to cut output is likely to be short-lived.
POSTED |  01-12-2016
Russia’s communications regulator has ordered public access to LinkedIn’s website to be blocked.
POSTED |  17-11-2016
The house in Austria where Adolf Hitler was born is to be torn down to stop it from becoming a neo-Nazi shrine.
POSTED |  17-10-2016
The UN Security Council unanimously backed Antonio Guterres to be the next secretary-general.
POSTED |  06-10-2016
The imprisoned politician who is almost certain to be the next mayor of Karachi will run the teeming metropolis via “video link” from his prison cell.
POSTED |  24-08-2016
Some commitments and ideas reflected in ASEM 11 documents deserve to be universally known, writes Ioan Voicu.
POSTED |  16-08-2016
Hillary Clinton tapped Senator Tim Kaine from the swing state of Virginia to be her running mate.
POSTED |  23-07-2016
President Barack Obama on Friday endorsed one-time rival Hillary Clinton to be his successor.
POSTED |  10-06-2016
Hillary Clinton and Republican rival Donald Trump kicked off what is shaping up to be a bitter five-month general election battle.
POSTED |  08-06-2016
A woman was fined and ordered to be deported from the United Arab Emirates for breaching her husband’s privacy.
POSTED |  18-05-2016
Many Danish companies seem to be taking advantage of a tax plan originally designed to help universities find researchers.
POSTED |  29-03-2016
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