Malacanang yesterday said President Rodrigo Duterte has no links with the businessman who filed a cyber-libel case against Rappler chief executive officer and journalist Maria Ressa.
Four opinion polls published since Spain’s prime minister called a general election for April 28 have predicted widely different outcomes, illustrating how the emergence of new parties, and in particular the far-right Vox, has upset political forecasting.
Leaders of Thailand’s biggest opposition party campaigning yesterday never mentioned ousted premier Thaksin Shinawatra, whose policies they espouse, nor the princess whose shock candidacy could see its ally banned from the March 24 election.
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari said yesterday he had ordered the police and military to be “ruthless” with vote-riggers, as preparations were made for rescheduled elections.
Gathered under the spreading baobab tree in Danoa town square, farmers and herders in a remote corner of Ivory Coast are finally talking about a dispute that has poisoned relations and destroyed lives.
Islamabad should be ordered to immediately free an Indian man sentenced to death for alleged spying in Pakistan, India’s lawyers told the UN’s top court yesterday, saying his military trial was a “farcical case” based on “malicious propaganda”.