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VIENNA (Reuters) - Ukrainian tycoon Dmytro Firtash denies allegations behind his home country's move to impose sanctions on him for selling titanium products that Kyiv believes end up being used by Russian military enterprises, one of his lawyers said on Monday.
ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - Before unemployed labourer Ayalew Wedajo voted in Monday's Ethiopian election, he prayed for the soul of his eldest son Getinet, killed in a pro-democracy demonstration 16 years ago.
DUBAI (Reuters) -President-elect Ebrahim Raisi on Monday backed talks between Iran and six world powers to revive a 2015 nuclear deal but flatly rejected meeting U.S. President Joe Biden, even if Washington removed all sanctions.
LA PAZ (Reuters) - Bolivian opposition leader Carlos Mesa, who accuses former President Evo Morales of leading a political witch hunt against him, says he fears arrest and more broadly for democracy in his country amid a probe into controversial claims of a 2019 coup.
TOKYO (Bloomberg): When hundreds of protesters gathered outside Japan’s embassy in Yangon during the height of nationwide anti-coup protests in February, Ambassador Ichiro Maruyama emerged from the gates with a firm warning for the junta: Release the detained civilian leadership "immediately.”
Senior lawyer: Messages linking me to claims that court decisions can be influenced are blatantly false
PETALING JAYA: Former Bar Council president Datuk Lim Chee Wee has denied sending several text messages to a foreign client suggesting court decisions can be influenced.
ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - Ethiopia held elections on Monday billed by the prime minister as proof of his commitment to democracy after decades of repressive rule, although voting was delayed due to violence in some areas and opposition parties boycotted the poll in others.
The Foreign Ministry rejected a UN General Assembly resolution calling for an arms embargo against the South-East Asian nation and condemning the military’s February seizure of power.
MOSCOW (Reuters) -Armenia's acting prime minister, Nikol Pashinyan, claimed victory in a parliamentary election on Sunday after his Civil Contract party took an early lead as votes were counted.
When hundreds of protesters gathered outside Japan’s embassy in Yangon during the height of nationwide anti-coup protests in February, Ambassador Ichiro Maruyama emerged from the gates with a firm warning for the junta: Release the detained civilian leadership "immediately.”