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MADRID (Reuters) - Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez on Tuesday backed Germany's view that Europe would not be able to provide for its own security without U.S. and NATO help, distancing him from a call by France for an independent European defence strategy.
TOKYO (Reuters) - China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi is set to visit Tokyo on Tuesday marking the first such high-level trip since Japan picked a new leader in September and amid mounting concerns over Beijing's growing assertiveness in the region.
KABUL (Reuters) - In a small art gallery in the Afghan capital, Marzia Panahi watches as one of the young artists she has just employed applies paint to a framed felt canvas propped up against a easel.
THE Dewan Rakyat has approved a motion to set up nine bipartisan special select committees as check and balance while the Opposition wants more members to be included in the committees.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Dewan Rakyat has passed a motion to set up nine bipartisan special select committees to serve as checks and balances to all ministries.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Saeb Erekat, 65, one of the most experienced and high-profile spokesmen for the Palestinian cause over decades of dispute with Israel, died on Tuesday after contracting COVID-19, his family said. He was 65.
WILMINGTON, Del. (Reuters) - U.S. President-elect Joe Biden and his aides have spent months gearing up for his transition to the White House, assembling a team that will grow to include several hundred staff members as the Democrat steps into a role he's pursued for decades.
JOHANNESBURG, Oct. 28 (Xinhua) -- South African International Relations and Cooperation Minister Naledi Pandor said her counterparts from Ethiopia, Egypt and Sudan are scheduled to meet again in seven days over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) issue.
AS the present world order weakens, the mega confrontations have appeared more likely: On its post-Soviet revival quest, Russia has become increasingly assertive in Euro-Mediterranean theatre and beyond. The Sino-American relations are increasingly adversarial, with escalating frictions over trade, advanced technology, human rights, and global strategic influence.Currently, both sides – as president of the United States Council of Foreign Relations Richard Haass states “are developing scenarios for a possible war”.