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Sudan’s cabinet votes to repeal Israel boycott law

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Sudanese cabinet votes to repeal a 1958 law that forbade diplomatic and business relations with Israel.

Italy PM Draghi urges Libya to maintain ceasefire

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Italy's new premier, on his first official trip abroad, also lauded Tripoli's efforts in stemming refugee crossings.

Russian police detain Navalny’s doctor over prison protest

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Allies of the Kremlin critic, who claims to be on hunger strike, rally over an alleged lack of medical care.

Jordan’s Prince Hamzah signs letter declaring loyalty to king

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Palace says Hamzah signed letter affirming commitment to King Abdullah II, in sign that rift in royal family is easing.

Jordan’s Prince Hamzah vows to disobey ‘keep silent’ order

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Hamzah, 41, says he was ordered to stay in his Amman palace but would defy the limits on his freedom of...

Turkey arrests 10 retired admirals over government criticism

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Open letter is harshly condemned by the president's office, which says the move is ‘reminiscent of coup times’.

Anti-government parties surge in Bulgaria election: Exit polls

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Exit polls show the ruling centre-right GERB will be the largest party but anti-establishment parties also surge.

Republican senator urges scaled-down US infrastructure plan

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President Joe Biden's wide-reaching, $2.25 trillion proposal includes investments in roads, bridges and green energy.

Jordan gov’t accuses ex-crown prince of ‘malicious plot’

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Jordan deputy PM says King Abdullah's half-brother has links with 'foreign parties' over plot to undermine security.

Profile: Who is Jordan’s Prince Hamzah?

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Prince Hamzah is a popular figure in Jordan and is seen as religious and modest, in touch with the common people.

US: Georgia governor slams MLB for relocating All-Star Game

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Major League Baseball decision comes after civil rights groups and legislators rebuked new Georgia voting restrictions.

Dutch PM Rutte survives no-confidence vote despite censure

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Chances of forming new government dealt a blow after parliament accused him of not telling the truth about cabinet.

Drillminister: Meet the UK drill rapper running for London mayor

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Raised in southeast London, Drillminister describes himself as 'representing the working class'.

Turkish court refuses to hear expelled pro-Kurdish MP’s appeal

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Gergerlioglu now plans to file an appeal with the European Court of Human Rights after Constitutional Court's decision.

Pakistan PM Khan replies to Indian counterpart Modi’s letter

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Letter from Imran Khan says Pakistan desires 'peaceful' relations with all neighbours including India.

‘Fatah to the bone’: Who is Palestinian official Nasser al-Qudwa?

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The dismissal of Nasser al-Qudwa highlights political divisions within the Palestinian party Fatah in upcoming elections

Brazil replacing military chiefs after Bolsonaro cabinet shake-up

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Move comes after President Jair Bolsonaro made six cabinet changes amid mounting pressure over COVID crisis.

Slovak PM steps down over Sputnik V vaccine deal scandal

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Igor Matovic resigns as political crisis triggered by controversial purchase of Russian-made jab reaches climax.

China approves overhaul of Hong Kong’s political system

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Sweeping changes are the most far-reaching since the territory was returned to Chinese rule in 1997.

France reopens Libya embassy after 7-year closure

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Most diplomats and other foreigners left the North African country after repeated attacks and kidnappings.

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