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Japan PM Abe defends BoJ's policy despite inflation woes
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe praised the Bank of Japan’s ultra-loose monetary policy for helping create jobs, suggesting the government wasn’t unduly worried that inflation remains distant from the central bank’s two percent target.
UK PM right in demanding compromise on Brexit: Analyst
British Prime Minister Theresa May is right in demanding a compromise in the parliament about her controversial European Union withdrawal agreement, a political analyst from London says, arguing the House of Commons had no choice but to accept May’s Brexit deal if they want to avoid a huge political and economic catastrophe.
UK PM pulls parliamentary vote on Brexit deal
British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Monday she was delaying a planned vote in Parliament on her Brexit deal as it was set to be rejected "by a significant margin".
Sri Lanka court restrains Rajapaksa from acting as PM
A Sri Lankan court on Monday issued an order preventing Mahinda Rajapaksa from as acting as prime minister and holding cabinet meetings, the latest twist to a political drama gripping the South Asian country.
PM Imran Khan says Pakistanis 'on one page' in seeking friendship with India
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan says his ruling party and the country's influential military want to mend ties and resolve outstanding disputes with arch-foe India.
Sri Lanka political crisis: Country has no PM or cabinet after no-confidence vote, says parliament Speaker
The parliament passed the no-confidence motion against recently appointed prime minister Mahinda Rajapaksa and his government, with the backing of 122 lawmakers from the 225-member legislature.
Sri Lanka Parliament sacks PM, leaving power vacuum
Sri Lanka's Parliament on Wednesday voted out the bitterly disputed government of former ruler Mahinda Rajapakse, removing one controversial figure but leaving the country in a power vacuum.
Aussie PM refuses to get snagged on sausage debate
It's the debate that has been sizzling Down Under for days, but new Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison refused to take sides Wednesday on the hot topic of whether onions should be served on top or under a sausage.
PM: Pakistan will learn from China’s model for alleviating poverty
Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday said that Pakistan will learn from China's model for the poverty alleviation in the country, media reported.
New Iraqi PM: Independence, Baghdad’s priority regarding US anti-Iran sanctions
Iraq will priorities its own interests and independence when it comes to helping the United States enforce sanctions against Iran, new Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi said on Thursday.
British PM appoints suicide prevention minister
A minister for suicide prevention has been appointed in England by the prime minister as the government hosts the first ever global mental health summit.
Ex-Israeli PM Barak likens Netanyahu to Romanian dictator Ceausescu
Former Israeli prime minister Ehud Barak censured his successor Benjamin Netanyahu for passing corrupt legislation, comparing him to Romanian dictator Nicolae Ceausescu, who was overthrown and killed in 1989.
Hungary's PM threatens to take EU to court
Hungary has contemplated taking legal action against the European Union after it voted for initiating disciplinary proceeding against Budapest.
Brexit rebels in UK PM May's party discuss ousting her
About 50 Brexit-supporting lawmakers in British Prime Minister Theresa May's party have met to discuss how and when they could force her out of her job, BBC reported on Wednesday.
Spokesman: British PM May hopes Parliament will support her Brexit plan
British Prime Minister Theresa May hopes Parliament will support her plan for Brexit, her spokesman said on Monday, adding it was the only one on the table which delivered on the will of the British people while avoiding a hard border in Northern Ireland.

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