Government And Politics

Filipino rebel commanders become officials under peace deal

Feb 22, 2019

Some of the fiercest Muslim rebel commanders in the southern Philippines are in Manila to be sworn in as administrators of a new Muslim autonomy region in a delicate milestone to settle one of Asia's longest-raging rebellions

French national faces Myanmar court on drone flying charge

Feb 22, 2019

A French national has appeared in court in Myanmar after being arrested two weeks ago for allegedly flying a drone close to the country's vast parliament complex

South Sudan's hunger is growing, despite 5 months of peace

Feb 22, 2019

Five months into South Sudan's fragile peace, 1.5 million people are on the brink of starvation and half the population, more than six million people, are facing extreme hunger, say the United Nations and South Sudan's government in a report issued Friday

US, Russian envoys discuss Afghan peace in Turkey

Feb 22, 2019

The U.S. peace envoy for Afghanistan has met his Russian counterpart in the Turkish capital Ankara for talks on efforts to end the 17-year war in Afghanistan

China says coal handling delayed by environmental checks

Feb 22, 2019

China says delays in handling of Australian coal due to environmental checks

Russian opens money laundering probe involving Moldova

Feb 22, 2019

The Russian Interior Ministry says that it has launched a money laundering probe involving the influential leader of Moldova's Democratic Party, just two days before parliamentary elections in the former Soviet republic

India top court orders an end to assaults against Kashmiris

Feb 22, 2019

India's top court has ordered state authorities to stop threats, assaults and social boycotts of thousands of Kashmiri students and others following last week's suicide attack on military convoy

Labour lawmaker quits party in latest jolt to UK politics

Feb 22, 2019

A 12th British lawmaker this week has quit one of the country's main political parties, as fallout from Brexit continues to splinter U.K. politics

Africa's largest democracy finally goes to vote, a week late

Feb 22, 2019

Africa's largest democracy finally goes to vote, a week late; 'the right to demand better'

India seeks to control rivers into Pakistan as punishment

Feb 22, 2019

India says it is building dams to stop its share of water from flowing into Pakistan-controlled Kashmir as it seeks to punish its longtime rival for an attack on paramilitary soldiers last week that left 40 dead

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