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President Donald Trump anticipates a hero’s welcome in India on Monday (Feb 24), but the glitzy events filling his two-day visit with Prime Minister Narendra Modi will paper over growing trade frictions. The visit is intended to strengthen the personal relationship between Trump and Modi, a fellow nationalist whose country is regarded by the US as an important regional counterweight against China.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump on Sunday accused Representative Adam Schiff of leaking classified information on Russian interference in the 2020 U.S. election to hurt Democratic presidential front-runner Bernie Sanders.
BANGKOK: A banned Thai opposition party on Sunday (Feb 23) accused the former military junta of helping cover up Malaysia's multi-billion-dollar 1MDB scandal, urging Thais to demand the truth ahead of a censure debate against Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-O-Cha.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - A banned Thai opposition party on Sunday accused the former military junta of helping cover up Malaysia's multi-billion-dollar 1MDB scandal, urging Thais to demand the truth ahead of a censure debate against Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran on Sunday announced a 42% turnout in its parliamentary election, the lowest rate since the 1979 Islamic revolution, while its top leader said Tehran's enemies played up the new coronavirus threat to dissuade people from voting.
MIRI: Sarawak's ruling coalition says it will throw its full support for Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad to continue as Prime Minister, a source told The Star.
SANTO DOMINGO (Reuters) - Hundreds of Dominicans took to the streets on Saturday night in fresh protests after the abrupt suspension of municipal elections that unleashed a political crisis months before the Caribbean island votes for a new president.
What BJP’s election loss in Delhi means for Indian politics.
Amnesty International has called for reversing the verdict to dissolve the Future Forward Party in a strongly worded statement.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Anti-Western hardliners are set to sweep Iran's parliamentary elections and appear favourites to clinch the presidency next year, but an economic crisis could force them to engage with the United States despite their tightening grip on power.