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Nov 18, 2021
Tripoli (Libya), November 18: Aguila Saleh, the speaker of the Libyan House of Representatives, announced on Wednesday that he is running for president during the upcoming elections.
Namibia president says country has opportunity to lead discourse of combatting climate change globally
Nov 18, 2021
N. Korea a major area of cooperation between U.S., China: NSA Sullivan
Nov 17, 2021
New defense strategy to help EU face situations like Belarus
World Trade Report calls for multilateral trade cooperation amid pandemic shocks
Senior S. Korean, U.S. diplomats discuss N. Korea, end-of-war declaration: ministry
S. Korea to cut dosage interval for COVID-19 booster shots on senior citizens
Seoul (South Korea), November 17: South Korea will cut the dosage interval between primary vaccination and COVID-19 vaccine booster shots for senior citizens in a...
Five UN agencies support 60-country School Meals Coalition
United Nations, November 17: Five UN agencies on Tuesday announced support for a program to quickly improve the nutrition of more than 150 million young...
Sudanese army chief says military has no intention to continue in power
Khartoum (Sudan), November 17: Chairman of Sudan's Transitional Sovereign Council and General Commander of the Sudanese Armed Forces Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan on Tuesday reiterated that...
EU court rules against Polish judge secondment system
Warsaw (Poland), November 17: The European Court of Justice (CJEU) on Tuesday ruled that Poland's system of seconding judges and terminating secondments was incompatible with...
COVID-19 cases rise in parts of U.S. amid sustained vaccination push
New York (US), November 17: COVID-19 cases are starting to climb again in select regions across the United States after stabilizing at a high level...
German states impose new COVID-19 restrictions on unvaccinated
Berlin (Germany), November 17: As Germany's COVID-19 infection rate has risen to its highest recorded level yet, some of the country's 16 federal states on...
Roundup: Preventing conflicts requires closing development gaps, say senior UN officials
United Nations, November 17: Preventing conflicts requires closing development gaps, reducing inequality, and offering hope to people around the globe, senior UN officials said at...
U.S. Fed could speed up pace of tapering as inflation surges: official
Washington (US), November 17: The U.S. Federal Reserve could speed up the pace of tapering asset purchases as U.S. inflation surged to a 30-year high,...
Philippine President Duterte's daughter confirms alliance with Marcos Jr. in 2022 elections
Manila (Philippines), November 17: Sara Duterte-Carpio, daughter of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte and who is running for the vice presidency in the 2022 elections, confirmed...
AU condemns twin bomb blasts in Ugandan capital
Kampala (Uganda), November 17: African Union (AU) on Tuesday condemned the twin bomb blasts in Kampala, the Ugandan capital, which left six people dead including three suicide bombers.
S. Korea posts 1st decline in foreign population since 2006 amid pandemic
Nov 16, 2021
N. Korean leader visits Samjiyon city in first public activity in more than month
Serious COVID-19 cases hit fresh high amid few signs of virus slowdown
NATO chief says no consensus on inviting Ukraine
UN says 34 truck drivers released by Ethiopia
Mexico's president slams U.S.-imposed sanctions against Cuba
Libyan PM says election laws "designed to obstruct elections"
Putin, Macron discuss migrant crisis, Ukraine by phone
Lao PM to lead historic trip on Laos-China Railway
U.S. entangled in COVID-19 vaccine mandate dispute as cases rise in cold weather