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Israel’s Netanyahu fires Cabinet ally following court ruling

Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has fired a key Cabinet ally, heeding a Supreme Court ruling ordering him to do so and deepening a...

Nurses threaten to double down as NHS strikes reportedly cause UK Cabinet rift

The UK health secretary has reportedly told unions he wants to persuade the Treasury to offer higher pay rises to NHS workers, while nurses...

Netanyahu moving ahead on legal system overhaul despite outcry

Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said his government plans to move ahead with an overhaul of the country’s judicial system, despite fierce criticism...

Yellen tells Congress US expected to hit debt limit next week

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has notified Congress that the US is projected to reach its debt limit on Thursday and will then resort to...

Bolsonaro supporters storm Congress in Brazil’s capital

Supporters of former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro who refuse to accept his electoral defeat stormed Congress, the Supreme Court and presidential palace in the...

Xi Jinping says China on ‘right side of history’

China “stands on the right side of history”, the country’s leader Xi Jinping said in a New Year’s address despite questions over his government’s...

Myanmar court again finds ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi guilty of corruption

A court in military-ruled Myanmar has convicted the country’s ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi of corruption, sentencing her to seven years in prison...

China’s foreign minister signals deeper ties with Russia

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has defended his country’s position on the war in Ukraine and signalled that China will deepen ties with Russia...

Peru president gives in to protesters’ demands and proposes to move up elections

Peru’s newest president, Dina Boluarte gave in to protesters’ demands early on Monday, announcing in a nationally televised address that she will send Congress...

German judges confirm arrest of 23 alleged coup plotters

German authorities said on Friday that judges have confirmed the arrest of 23 people detained earlier this week on suspicion of planning to topple...

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