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GEORGETOWN (Reuters) - Guyana on Thursday declared Britain's envoy a "pariah" after he suggested London could withdraw development aid over President Donald Ramotar's suspension of parliament last year.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's opposition Democratic Party elected former foreign minister Katsuya Okada as its leader on Sunday, turning to a familiar face to try to persuade voters it can again become a viable alternative to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's ruling party.
MADRID (Reuters) - Catalonian leaders are hoping that a regional election in September will keep alive a fading independence drive and force the hand of Spain's central government - but the move could also backfire.
DUBAI (Reuters) - A ceasefire has been agreed after a morning of artillery and gunbattles between army troops and Houthi fighters in the Yemeni capital Sanaa on Monday, an official of the Shi'ite Muslim movement said. State television also reported a ceasefire.
ISTANBUL/ANKARA (Reuters) - Tayyip Erdogan became the first Turkish president to chair a cabinet meeting in more than a decade on Monday, furthering his drive for a stronger presidency and fuelling concern among critics that he is accumulating too much power.
KINSHASA (Reuters) - Security forces fired live rounds and tear gas in clashes with rock-throwing protesters in Democratic Republic of Congo's capital on Monday as opposition parties tried to block a change in the law that may delay elections due in 2016.
PUTRAJAYA: The Court of Appeal upheld a RM375,000 award to five lawyers who were wrongfully arrested when they tried to provide legal aid to detained participants of a candlelight vigil.
PUTRAJAYA: There is no reason for the Court of Appeal to interfere with the High Court’s decision in the wrongful arrest of five lawyers at the Brickfields police station in 2009 as they tried to provide legal aid to their clients.
GEORGETOWN (Reuters) - Guyana's president on Tuesday called a national parliamentary election for May 11 after his suspension of the legislature last year outraged opposition parties in the former British colony.
ROME (Reuters) - Italy's Senate approved an amendment to a new electoral law on Wednesday, paving the way to passage of a cornerstone of Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's reform programme in the upper house next week.