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Al-Mustaqbal daily owned by Lebanon's Hariri prints last edition
Lebanon’s al-Mustaqbal paper, founded by former prime minister Rafiq Hariri, has published its last print edition, reportedly buckling under financial woes and the strength of the competition.
Thailand set to hold general elections on March 24
Thailand's Election Commission has set March 24 as the date for the country's first general elections since the 2014 military coup that overthrew the government of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra.
Greek prime minister calls confidence vote after ally quits
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has called an immediate vote of confidence in his government at the parliament after his Defense Minister Panos Kammenos — a coalition ally — announced his resignation in protest against a deal to solve a long-standing dispute with neighboring Macedonia.
UK tells lawmakers: No new divorce deal possible
The government of Prime Minister Theresa May has warned British MPs that it was impossible to negotiate a new divorce deal with the European Union.
Ousted Pakistani premier Sharif sentenced to seven years in jail for graft
A Pakistani court has jailed former prime minister Nawaz Sharif for seven years on graft charges and fined him $25 million for corruption, the latest conviction in a series of allegations which saw him ousted from power last year.
Ex-Pakistani PM Sharif gets seven years' jail for graft
Former Pakistani prime minister Nawaz Sharif was sentenced to seven years in prison on Monday and fined $25 million on corruption charges that he says were politically motivated.
Lebanon govt. impasse continues as Sunni MPs retract pick for cabinet
Lebanon’s Prime Minister Saad Hariri says new complications have prevented the formation of a government following a meeting that was hoped to resolve a seven-month dilemma.
Netanyahu says Israel to increase its “efforts” in Syria after US troop pullout
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has vowed to intensify Israel’s “efforts” in Syria after US President Donald Trump announced a full withdrawal of American troops from the Arab country.
Members of British cabinet starkly differ on future Brexit plans: Report
Reports in the British media suggest key members of Prime Minister Theresa May’s cabinet are at war on how to handle the aftermaths of a potential no vote in the parliament on government’s European Union withdrawal agreement.
Weakened UK PM in Brussels to seek EU help on Brexit deal
Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May has traveled to Brussels to attend a European Union summit as she desperately seeks privileges from the bloc that could enhance her chances of going through the British parliament with a controversial EU withdrawal agreement.
Spain PM hits out at Catalan independence movement, Brexit for ‘lying’
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has dropped his contradictory tone on Catalonia's separatists, likening the Catalan independence movement to the Brexit campaign, which he said is based on “lies” and “manipulation.”
May defers Brexit vote in parliament amid rows over ‘backstop’
British Prime Minister Theresa May has finally decided to postpone a crunch parliamentary vote on her European Union withdrawal agreement, saying she would seek further assurances from the EU over a controversial clause in the agreement which outlines contingencies for the future situation of border on the island of Ireland.
Israel’s opposition urges Benjamin Netanyahu to resign amid bribery charges
Israel’s opposition leader has called on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to step down after the Israeli police recommended indicting him and his wife, Sara, for bribery and other corruption charges.
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.

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