China's export growth jumped to the highest in over two decades, official data showed Sunday, with imports also surging in a sharp bounceback from the coronavirus outbreak that had brought activity to a near halt.
Tens of thousands of people came out in Myanmar on Sunday in one of the biggest days of protest against last month's coup despite overnight raids by security forces in the main city Yangon on campaign leaders and opposition activists.
?Lebanon’s caretaker Prime Minister Hassan Diab threatened yesterday to stop performing his duties to pressure politicians to form a new government, citing an incident in which shoppers fought over milk to illustrate the parlous state of the economy.
Ministers are on a collision course with millions of National Health Service (NHS) staff as they insisted the country could not afford a more than 1% pay rise for health workers, even as nurses leaders raised the prospect of strike action.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has warned against Ethiopia continuing to fill its Nile dam, on his first visit to Sudan since the ouster of long-time autocrat Omar al-Bashir nearly two years ago.
A Senegalese opposition collective has called for fresh protests starting tomorrow, following days of clashes that have left at least four people dead.
Britain faces a tough challenge to retain global influence after its departure from the EU under a prime minister who has a well-known reputation for “lying”, France’s former ambassador to the UK told AFP in an interview.