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Turkeys deputy prime minister on Monday raised the possibility that the army could be called in to help quell the continuing civil unrest, the latest sign of the governments impatience and officials hardening stance against a nearly three-week-old
On 16/6, frantic wave of demonstrations held in protest against the decision of the Prime Minister of Bulgaria, Oresharski, on the appointment of the head of the National Security Agency. At 16/6, tens of thousands of
When Julia Gillard comprehensively demolished Tony Abbott in Parliament last year, calling him a sexist and misogynist, women around the world cheered. When she warned last week that women would be marginalised and their abortion rights threatened
Armenia is still not eligible for renewed large-scale assistance from the United States which is conditional on political and economic reforms, U.S...Heffern cited the Armenian government's stated efforts to combat endemic corruption, saying that
Special to The Globe and Mail Published Monday, Jun. 17 2013, 2:41 PM EDT Penny Collenette So far, 2013 seems to be a year of unwelcome political awakening for Canadians. While still recovering from the surprise that a $90,000 cheque was written by
40 IST The Cabinet reshuffle undertaken by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh [ Images ] on Monday was dictated primarily by political considerations with an eye on the year-end assembly elections and the 2014 Lok Sabha polls, reports Anita Katyal.
Opposition parties present solutions to a problem the Prime Minister says doesn't exist. Opposition parties have hailed what they call a blueprint to address a manufacturing crisis which Prime Minister John Key says doesn't exist. He said it was a "
The Turkish government has promised, today, the deployment of the army to help the police to stop the demonstrations continued for nearly three weeks against the government., two of the most prominent
During Yingluck Shinawatra's official visit to Japan late last month, Thailand's first female premier did not just exploit her charm to win over Japan, but also dared to talk openly about the most sensitive issue facing her country the protracted
The Turkish authorities have not ruled out bringing the military to disperse anti-government demonstrations that in recent weeks, shaking the country. This was stated by Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc. "Police will use all