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UK Labour urges PM May to show end of austerity in practice
Britain’s opposition Labour Party has called on Prime Minister Theresa May to deliver on its promises of ending nearly a decade of austerity, saying May’s administration must show to the public in the next year budget that spending cuts are really over.
Formation of new Lebanese government is 'very close,' says Hariri
Prime Minister-designate Saad Hariri has raised hopes about the formation of a new unity government in Lebanon, stating that statesmen are “very close” to the establishment of such an administration in the Arab country.
UK prime minister appoints world’s first minister for prevention of suicide
Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May has, for the first time in the world, appointed a minister to prevent suicide as reports show more and more people are taking their lives in Britain over mental health problems.
Wife of Israeli premier goes on trial for fraud
The wife of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has gone on trial for using state funds to fraudulently pay for hundreds of catered meals.
May opponents launch nation-wide campaign to discard Brexit plan
Opponents of UK Prime Minister Theresa May have launched a nation-wide campaign to have her controversial plans for leaving the European Union discarded.
British PM pledges to protect Israel, Jews in dig at Corbyn
Prime Minister Theresa May has pledged to protect British Jews and what she called “Israel’s right to defend itself” in what appeared to be a veiled attack on Jeremy Corbyn, who has been accused of tolerating anti-Semitism in the Labour Party.
Tunisia PM’s membership in ruling party suspended for spat with president’s son
The Tunisian ruling party Nidaa Tounes has suspended the membership of the country’s Prime Minister Youssef Chahed over his spat with the Tunisian president’s son.
Iraqi prime minister pays visit to Basra after week of unrest, violence
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has paid a visit to the country’s southern oil-rich port city of Basra, a week after protests over alleged corruption and government neglect escalated into deadly violence.
British PM faces surging party dissent against Brexit plan
British Prime Minister Theresa May is facing a new challenge in her attempts to go through with negotiations to bring Britain out of the European Union as some 80 members of her Conservative Party have announced she should either revise her Brexit strategy or face a party rebellion.
Australia’s prime minister faces new leadership challenge
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull faces a new leadership challenge at parliament, while also facing a cabinet crack, with at least 10 of his ministers tendering their resignations.
Pakistan to ban jailed former prime minister from traveling abroad
Pakistan will bar jailed former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, convicted of corruption, and his daughter Maryam from traveling abroad, the government says.
Cricket hero Imran Khan sworn in as Pakistan PM
Pakistan's new Prime Minister Imran Khan was sworn in at a ceremony in Islamabad on Saturday, ushering in a new political era as the World Cup cricket hero officially took the reins of power in the nuclear-armed country.
Imran Khan elected as Pakistan's new PM
Pakistani lawmakers elected former cricket legend Imran Khan prime minister on Friday, paving the way for him to form a coalition government whose first major task will be to avert a brewing economic crisis.
Poll records lowest ever support for May's Brexit handling
A new poll conducted in Britain has shown that people have the least ever trust in Prime Minister Theresa May’s handling of Brexit negotiations.
Polish prime minister chides Trump, says Russia’s threat not over yet
Poland, a member of NATO, has criticized US President Donald Trump over his overture to Russia, saying he should have understood that there was still a huge threat from Russia which needed more consolidation of NATO efforts in Eastern Europe.

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