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Zimbabwe's ruling party wins majority in parliament, opposition questions poll

Zimbabwe's ruling party wins majority in parliament, opposition questions poll

The presidential candidate for Zimbabwe's main opposition accused the ruling ZANU-PF of trying to steal the general election on Wednesday after official figures gave President Emmerson Mnangagwa ...

Cambodia ruling party claims 'huge victory' in election

Cambodia ruling party claims 'huge victory' in election

Hun Sen, who came to power in 1985 in a country still plagued by civil war, has cracked down on dissent in the run-up to this year's poll.

India approves bill to prosecute fugitive tycoons

India approves bill to prosecute fugitive tycoons

The Fugitive Economic Offenders Bill law will go to the upper house and the president in the coming days.

'It's not too late to save Brexit,' says Boris Johnson

'It's not too late to save Brexit,' says Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson, who led the main Brexit campaign in the 2016 referendum, resigned this month over Theresa May’s strategy

Britain's May bows to Brexit pressure in parliament

Britain's May bows to Brexit pressure in parliament

Prime Minister Theresa May has come under fire from both wings of her party over a hard-won Brexit plan.

UK sets July 16/17 for Brexit customs, trade laws parliament debate

UK sets July 16/17 for Brexit customs, trade laws parliament debate

British lawmakers will debate the government's proposed legislation on post-Brexit customs arrangements and trade on July 16 and 17, creating another potential flashpoint ...

Erdogan, alliance partner agree to lift state of emergency

Erdogan, alliance partner agree to lift state of emergency

The state of emergency has been in place since after an attempted coup in July 2016 and has been extended every three months since then.

Taliban bomb-maker convicted of UK terrorism plot

Taliban bomb-maker convicted of UK terrorism plot

Khalid Ali was carrying three knives when he was arrested by armed police in April last year.

Erdogan declares victory in Turkish presidential election

Erdogan declares victory in Turkish presidential election

Turkish voters had for the first time cast ballots for both president and parliament in the snap polls, with Erdogan looking for a first round knockout and an overall majority for his ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP).

Iraqi PM invites politicians to meet after Eid holiday

Iraqi PM invites politicians to meet after Eid holiday

May's parliamentary election was marred by low turnout and allegations of fraud.

Greece submits reforms to parliament, aiming to unlock last bailout loans

Greece submits reforms to parliament, aiming to unlock last bailout loans

Greece submitted a draft bill to parliament late on Friday outlining reforms in the energy, pension and labour sectors as the government races to secure the last loans from its international bailout programme.

PM Orban flags big changes to Hungary's constitution

PM Orban flags big changes to Hungary's constitution

Right-wing nationalist Orban, who was re-elected with a landslide in April elections for a third straight term, did not reveal any further details.