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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador meets with his U.S. counterpart, Donald Trump, for the first time on Wednesday, in a potentially awkward encounter that has drawn flak from some U.S. Democrats unhappy it is coming so close to the presidential election.
(Reuters) - Arizona has served as a southwestern bulwark for Republicans for decades, voting for a Democratic presidential candidate only once since 1948.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): While the Singapore Democratic Party hopes the People's Action Party (PAP) will be denied a super majority on July 10, party chairman Paul Tambyah said he is not optimistic about the opposition's chances at the polls.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany's dominant political party, Chancellor Angela Merkel's Christian Democrats, plans steps to achieve equal representation of women within its regional and national governing bodies by 2025, two party sources said on Wednesday.
In his first full-length media interview done over email, Lee Hsien Yang explains why he’s chosen to speak out now against the system his father helped create.
SOFT power means a lot to a country like Britain, which will soon have to live off its wits outside the European Union, even as it discovers that favourable trade deals are as hard to find as Lewis Carroll’s Snark.
SEOUL, July 7 (AP): North Korea on Tuesday said it has no immediate intent to resume a dialogue with the United States as US Deputy Secretary of State Stephen Biegun arrived in South Korea for discussions on stalled nuclear diplomacy.
KUALA LUMPUR: State governments under Pakatan Harapan reserve the right not to dissolve their assemblies even though the Federal Government is dissolved for a snap election, says Tan Sri Annuar Musa.
KOTA KINABALU: The state Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) is planning a special working committee with parties under the Perikatan Nasional.
A less emotive election campaign this time around sees intense focus on issues, with parties offering voters a rich buffet of ideas to chew over, writes Chua Mui Hoong.