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Marine Le Pen says to rename far-right party
French far-right leader Marine Le Pen on Sunday said she wanted to change the name of the National Front Party (FN) to the "National Rally" in a bid to give a new start to the anti-immigrant party which she said must be opened to alliances to be "a ruling party".
Discrimination against women harm everyone
In his message for the International Women's Day to be observed on March 8, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned Wednesday that "inequality and discrimination against women harm everyone."
UK PM tells Trump of 'deep concern' over trade tariffs
British Prime Minister Theresa May on Sunday told U.S. President Donald Trump that she has "deep concern" at his decision to raise tariffs on steel and aluminum.
Theresa May: Brexit will not divide Britain
British Prime Minister Theresa May rejected any plans Wednesday that would mean a Brexit border between Northern Ireland and neighboring Irish Republic.
Venezuelan President registers candidacy for April elections
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro on Tuesday registered his official candidacy for the presidential elections on April 22.
Australia names new deputy PM
Conservative Michael McCormack has seen off a late challenge to be elected leader of the National Party of Australia and Deputy Prime Minister.
Australian deputy PM resigns over sex scandal
Australia's deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce resigned on Friday just hours after accusations of sexual harassment against him were made public.
Pakistani ex-PM disqualified as PML-N chief
​The Supreme Court of Pakistan on Wednesday disqualified former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to be chief of the country's ruling party, saying that a person who is not eligible to hold a public office cannot head a party.
Indian PM makes historic visit to Palestine
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said Saturday that Palestine counts on the pivotal Indian role in achieving peace and security cooperation between the two countries in combating terrorism, wherever it may be.
ANC dismisses reports Zuma will resign on Saturday
South Africa's ruling African National Congress (ANC) on Thursday dismissed media reports that President Jacob Zuma will resign on Saturday as "inaccurate and misleading."
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