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Philippine president warns of harsher drugs campaign
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte warned on Wednesday that his signature anti-narcotics campaign will be even harsher in the future, signaling no let-up in a bloody crackdown that has alarmed the international community.
S Korea ready to resume cooperation with North to help denuclearization: Moon
South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in says Seoul is ready to resume inter-Korean cooperation as a “concession” if it helps the denuclearization of its northern neighbor.
US public debt exceeds $22 trillion for first time: Treasury
A daily statement by the Treasury Department shows the US’ national debt has passed a new milestone, topping $22 trillion for the first time in history.
FIFA says incumbent Infantino is sole candidate for president
FIFA president Gianni Infantino will not face a challenger in June’s elections to the head of world soccer’s governing body, the organization said on Wednesday.
President hails Iran’s medical progress
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani welcomed Iran's medical progress made during the years after the 1979 Islamic Revolution.
Rouhani: US will fail in its economic campaign against Iran
Leader, president pay tribute to Imam Khomeini
Trump's shutdown retreat reveals weakness: AP analysis
US President Donald Trump will emerge from the longest government shutdown in US history politically weakened, his reputation questioned and his signature campaign promise still glaringly unfulfilled.
Opposition leader Felix Tshisekedi sworn in as Congo president
Opposition leader Felix Tshisekedi was sworn in on Thursday as Democratic Republic of Congo’s president, succeeding Joseph Kabila in the vast central African country’s first transfer of power through an election in 59 years of independence.
Afghanistan's President Ghani formally registers for re-election
President Ashraf Ghani has formally registered as a candidate for Afghanistan's delayed presidential election, which is scheduled to be held on July 20.
$170mn per day: US shutdown cost to exceed Trump's requested wall funding
As an ongoing shutdown of the US government over President Donald Trump’s border wall approaches its fifth week, analysts are warning that the cost of keeping federal agencies closed down will soon surpass the $5.7 billion that Trump has requested for his controversial barrier.
Sen. Gillibrand says she is running for US president in 2020
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, a Democrat from New York, has announced she is running for president in 2020 election.
Gabon says coup bid thwarted, as president abroad
A group of soldiers sought to take power in Gabon on Monday while the country's ailing president was abroad, but the government declared the bid had failed and the rebels had been arrested.
Lebanon 'close to forming government early in new year'
Following a lengthy meeting with Lebanese President Michel Aoun, Prime Minister-designate Saad Hariri says the two sides are “determined” to form a new government early in the new year as part of efforts to end an eight-month political stalemate.
President Bashir orders probe into recent deadly protests in Sudan
Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir has ordered an investigation into two weeks of violent protests against the government's economic policies and his 29-year rule.
Trump threatens to close southern border if not given wall funding
President Donald Trump threatened on Friday to close the US southern border if Congress does not agree to provide $5 billion in taxpayer funds for his promised wall along the border with Mexico.

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