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JAKARTA: The World Bank projects Indonesia’s economic growth will slide to below 5% next year and warned of the potential for “severe” capital outflows as global risks including the US-China trade war intensify.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - An anti-Kremlin opposition candidate has won a rare seat in Moscow's legislature with the help of some army votes, election data showed, suggesting that discontent over falling living standards may have reached parts of the military.
ROME (Reuters) - Italy's new government won a confidence vote in the upper house Senate on Tuesday allowing it to take office following a stormy debate, with Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte and his former deputy Matteo Salvini accusing each other of betrayal.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israelis vote next week for the second time in less than six months in a election that could see Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu win a record fifth term - or end his decade-long dominance of Israeli politics.
SOFIA (Reuters) - Bulgarian prosecutors charged the head of a non-governmental organisation (NGO) on Tuesday with spying for Russia as part of a scheme they said aimed to draw Bulgaria away from its Western allies and towards Moscow.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain stood on the brink of a repeat election on Tuesday after the Socialists and far-left Unidas Podemos said they had made no progress in a new round of talks aimed at overcoming differences to strike a government deal.
FERNANA, Tunisia (Reuters) - As he watched a campaign bus pull into town plastered with slogans and posters for one of the 26 candidates for president, Mondher Jawad slapped his hands with fury while the woman next to him shouted abuse at the candidate's staff.
BERLIN (Reuters) - A widely respected caretaker leader of Germany's Social Democrats (SPD), junior partner in Chancellor Angela Merkel's coalition, is standing down for health reasons, dealing the party a blow as it tries to recover from months of turmoil.
BEIJING (Reuters) - China expressed anger on Tuesday after German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas met prominent Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong, saying that no foreign country had a right to interfere in China's internal affairs.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Former Turkish deputy prime minister Ali Babacan will form a new political party by the end of the year to challenge President Tayyip Erdogan's ruling AK Party, announcing his intentions in an interview published Tuesday after months of speculation.