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Ex-Daesh UK teen now stateless after government revokes her citizenship
The British government has made a teenage UK national effectively stateless by illegally revoking her citizenship because of previous affiliation to the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group in Syria.
German government eyes larger hike in postal charges; Post shares rally
The German government could order a larger increase in the cost of sending a letter than earlier planned, the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung reported, sending shares in Deutsche Post 2.6 percent higher on Monday.
UN rejects Venezuela’s Guaido, will only cooperate with recognized government of Maduro
The United Nations (UN)’s Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has rejected an aid request by Venezuela’s self-proclaimed “interim president” Juan Guaido, stressing that the body only cooperates with the country’s recognized government led by President Nicolas Maduro.
India’s unemployment rate hit 45-year high in 2017/18: Report
An official survey that has been withheld by the government shows India’s unemployment rate rose to a 45-year high during 2017-2018, the Business Standard newspaper reported on Thursday, delivering a blow to Prime Minister Narendra Modi just months before what is expected to be closely-fought general elections.
China cuts local government debt costs to spur investment
Chinese regulators have cut the premium that local governments must pay to issue debt, sources with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters on Tuesday, lowering their borrowing costs as Beijing hopes to kick start investments and shore up growth.
US favors divide between nation, government in Venezuela: Analyst
The United States' hostility toward the Venezuelan government is represented in the visible form of sanctions imposed on Venezuela with the goal of driving a wedge between people and the administration of President Nicolas Maduro, a commentator says.
Trump ends shutdown, signs bill to reopen government
Submitting to mounting pressure, US President Donald Trump signed a bill to reopen the government for three weeks, backing down from his demand that Congress give him money for his border wall before federal agencies go back to work.
US government shutdown enters second month with no end in sight to the historic crisis
The United States entered the second month of a partial government shutdown on Tuesday over Congress’ failure to approve a budget to fund several federal agencies, with no quick end in sight to the historic crisis weighing on the nation's economy and morale.
British government to fund 2,900 school exchanges for poorer pupils
Secondary schools in England will be able to apply for money to take poorer pupils overseas on school exchanges
UK government calls up army reservists to help prepare for no-deal Brexit
The British government has called up the army reservists to deal with a potential disorderly exit from the European Union.
US government shutdown enters 25th day amid gridlock
US President Donald Trump has reiterated his demand for border wall funding as the partial government shutdown enters its 25th day.
Government’s ‘world leading’ air pollution strategy is ‘missed opportunity’, say campaigners
UK government plans to tackle toxic air pollution have been described by green campaigners as a ‘missed opportunity’ to tackle the problem of traffic emissions.
Sources: RBI expected to pay India government up to $5.8b interim dividend
India’s central bank, having changed management last month following a clash with the government, is likely to transfer an interim dividend of 300-400 billion rupees ($4.32 billion-$5.8 billion) to the government by March, according to three sources with direct knowledge of the matter.
Tourism tax revenue to be distributed to Malaysia state government soon
The distribution of 50 percent of the 2018 tourism tax revenue will be made to all Malaysia’s state governments in the first quarter of 2019, courtesy of the federal government, according to Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng.
Government report: China's population set to peak at 1.44 billion in 2029
China’s population is set to reach a peak of 1.442 billion in 2029 and start a long period of ‘unstoppable’ decline in 2030, government scholars said in a research report published on Friday.

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