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December-6-2022
Australian PM tests positive for COVID-19
​Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese confirmed on Monday that he has tested positive for COVID-19.
November-25-2022
Biden renews call to ban assault weapons
U.S. President Joe Biden renewed his call to ban assault weapons on Thursday.
November-25-2022
Anwar Ibrahim sworn in as Malaysia's new PM
Anwar Ibrahim, a former deputy prime minister, took the oath of office on Thursday to become Malaysia's new prime minister.
November-18-2022
UK chancellor announces tax hikes, spending cuts
​Chancellor of the Exchequer Jeremy Hunt of the United Kingdom (UK) on Thursday announced a package of tax hikes and spending cuts worth 55 billion British pounds (65 billion U.S. dollars) in a bid to improve the public finances and restore the country's economic credibility.
November-4-2022
Trump sues New York attorney general
Former U.S. President Donald Trump filed a lawsuit Wednesday night against Attorney General of New York Letitia James, charging her with pushing a "war of intimidation and harassment."
October-27-2022
Macron promises solution to high inflation, strikes
French president pledged to "never leave the French without a solution" in the face of high inflation and strikes.
October-20-2022
UK home secretary resigns
Suella Braverman, home secretary of the United Kingdom (UK), resigned on Wednesday after breaching a security rule.
October-18-2022
US prosecutors recommend Bannon be sentenced to 6 months
​The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) is recommending that Steve Bannon, who served as chief strategist for former U.S. President Donald Trump, be sentenced to six months in jail for defying a congressional subpoena.
October-14-2022
Iraqi lawmakers elect Abdul Latif Rashid new president
​Iraqi lawmakers on Thursday elected Abdul Latif Rashid as the new president of Iraq, the parliament said.
October-10-2022
Austrian president set to win 2nd term
Austrian President Alexander Van der Bellen was set to win a second term as he was projected to get over 50 percent of the votes at the presidential election on Sunday and thus avoid a run-off vote.
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