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Austria's far-right to control key ministries in coalition government: Spokesman
Austria’s far-right anti-immigration Freedom Party (FPO) is set to take control of the country’s key ministries in the next coalition government, according to a spokesman.
China detains 21, including govt. staff, over 2015 fatal fire at elderly home
Chinese courts have jailed 21 people, including firefighters and government staff, over a fire at a nursing home that killed dozens of elderly residents in 2015, the official Xinhua news agency says.
Honduran police refuse to obey government orders to curb protest
Officers of the Honduras National Police have refused to enforce a curfew after days of deadly violence triggered by allegations of electoral fraud.
Nissan to seek around $770m from India’s government
Japanese carmaker Nissan is set to become the latest foreign company to pursue international arbitration against India’s government, after losing patience over an investment incentive payment from a state government.
Nissan to seek around $770m from India’s government
Japanese carmaker Nissan is set to become the latest foreign company to pursue international arbitration against India’s government, after losing patience over an investment incentive payment from a state government.
Pakistani government given three days to clear sit-in protest near Islamabad
A Pakistani court has granted the government three more days to find a way to clear a sit-in protest by a religious party near the capital, Islamabad.
Merkel’s attempt to form a new German government collapses
German Chancellor Angela Merkel declared failure in her bid to form a new government, throwing the future of Europe’s longest-serving leader into doubt and potentially pointing the world’s fourth-biggest economy toward new elections. The euro fell.
London to set up environmental watchdog to deliver 'green Brexit'
The UK government is to establish an independent watchdog to ease fears that Britain’s exit from the European Union will harm environmental standards.
Pakistan’s textile sector seeks state support
Textile sector associations of Pakistan emphasized that the government should devise medium to long-term plan in which it reduces electricity tariff, withdrawing tariff rationalization surcharge, GIDC and clear sales and customs refunds in order to enhance exports.
First VP: Gov’t needs independent, courageous media
23rd Press Exhibition officially inaugurated in Tehran
Paper: Austria's likely next chancellor hopes to form govt. in 60 days
Austria’s likely next chancellor, Sebastian Kurz, wants talks over a new government to last no more than two months, he said in a newspaper interview published on Sunday.
UK government set to face fresh legal challenge over air pollution crisis
Environmental campaigners are set to take the government back to court over what they say are ministers’ repeated failings to deal with the UK’s air pollution crisis.
Syrian gov't, nation thwart US, Zionists conspiracies: Senior MP
Head of the Parliament's National Security and Foreign Policy Commission Alaeddin Boroujerdi said on Thursday that Syrian government and nation through their resistance could successfully thwart conspiracies masterminded by the US, Zionists and their regional allies.
Corbyn: Labour 'ready for government'
Britain's main opposition Labour Party is "now the political mainstream" and "ready for government", leader Jeremy Corbyn said on Wednesday following unexpected advances in a June general election.
UK government has no plans for Brexit: Analyst
UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s key speech about Brexit earlier this week showed she lacked meaningful plans to take Britain out of the European Union (EU), says a scholar in London.

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