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SARAJEVO (Reuters) - Bosnia ranks as the third worst country in Europe on the Corruption Perception Index (CPI) and is at risk of entering a legal and institutional vacuum which could threaten the survival of the state, Transparency International (TI) warned on Tuesday.
TEGUCIGALPA (Reuters) - Honduran lawmakers in rival alliances backed two different people as congressional president on Sunday amid disputes between President-elect Xiomara Castro and dissident members of her party, warning of a new political crisis in the poverty-stricken Central American nation.
SARAJEVO (Reuters) - The United States on Friday called on Bosnian rival ethnic leaders to put aside divisive rhetoric that threatens the volatile country's economy and future, saying Washington was ready to impose more sanctions on those obstructing stability.
3 senior Hong Kong officials caught up in Omicron ‘partygate’ scandal leave quarantine camp early after policy eased
Three senior Hong Kong officials who joined 200 others at an infamous birthday party attended by an Omicron patient earlier this month were allowed to leave a quarantine camp on Monday after the mandatory length of stay was eased.
KHARTOUM (Reuters) - Protesters erected barricades across roads in Sudan's capital Khartoum on Tuesday and some shops and offices were shut as a two-day general strike and civil disobedience campaign began in response to demonstrators' deaths.
NEW YORK: Nervous global stock markets tumbled on Thursday as the dollar wilted, after a drumbeat of hawkish remarks from Federal Reserve officials made clear that U.S. interest rates could rise as soon as March, putting an end to ultra-easy monetary conditions.
SARAJEVO (Reuters) - Inflammatory rhetoric is leading to a spread in hate incidents in Bosnia, rights and security watchdog the OSCE said on Wednesday, as unresolved rivalries among its three ethnic groups stoke fears of a new conflict.
KHARTOUM (Reuters) -The United Nations said it was starting consultations in Sudan on Monday to try to salvage the country's move to democracy after a military coup.
General Min Aung Hlaing, chairman of the ruling State Administration Council (SAC) of Myanmar, declared a five-month ceasefire when meeting with visiting Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Techo Hun Sen in Nay Pyi Taw on Jan 7.
The intensity of negotiations to resolve the border issue between Indonesia and Malaysia will be enhanced this year based on the provisions of international law, announced Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi