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BEIJING, China Daily (Dec 3) -- China said on Monday that it has suspended review of requests by United States military ships and aircraft to visit Hong Kong and also announced sanctions against several US non-governmental organizations in response to a Hong Kong-related US legislation.
TUNIS (Reuters) - The holding of Tunisian presidential candidate Nabil Karoui in pre-trial detention for weeks before Sunday's election has raised concern about the vote despite his release on Wednesday, a foreign monitoring team in Tunisia said on Sunday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Stephen Biegun, the diplomat who has been leading efforts to revive stalled U.S. denuclearization talks with North Korea, is under consideration to be President Donald Trump's next ambassador to Russia, a source familiar with the matter said on Monday.
KIEV (Reuters) - The party of Ukraine's new president looks set to win Sunday's snap parliamentary election, repeating Volodymyr Zelenskiy's shock victory in the April presidential race that has upended politics in the war-scarred nation.
KIEV (Reuters) - A comedian and entrepreneur, 29-year-old Roman Hryshchuk had only been in politics for a few weeks when he found himself in front of a semicircle of voters in a park in western Kiev, fielding questions from a testy audience.
KIEV (Reuters) - In a popular Ukrainian TV series, comedian Volodymyr Zelenskiy plays a president who is scrupulously honest and outwits crooked lawmakers and shadowy businessmen who try to stand in his way.
ABUJA (Reuters) - President Muhammadu Buhari took an early lead on Monday in initial official results from Nigeria's presidential election but the party of his main challenger quickly rejected the tallies as "incorrect and unacceptable".
ABUJA (Reuters) - A week-long delay in holding Nigeria's presidential election, which took place on Saturday, probably hurt voter turnout, an official with the joint United States observer mission said on Monday.
ABUJA/MAIDUGURI, Nigeria (Reuters) - Nigeria began counting votes in Saturday's closely-fought presidential election although the electoral commission extended voting in some places where polling stations opened late or ballot machines malfunctioned.
PETALING JAYA: PAS Youth has lodged police reporting claiming that DAP received funds from foreign sources allegedly with an agenda to undermine the sovereignty of the country.