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World - Region
4/9/2023 8:51:35 PM
Kuwait announced a new government on Sunday, its seventh in three years of deep political crisis between parliament and the executive.

Al-Ahram Weekly - World
4/7/2023 12:51:00 PM
While leading Sudanese figures remain at loggerheads, the people’s eyes are now fixed on the agreement meant to settle the political crisis.

World - Region
3/27/2023 2:58:48 PM
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s proposed judicial overhaul has unleashed the most intense social unrest in Israel in decades.

World - Region
3/27/2023 12:00:38 PM
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's religious-nationalist coalition government on Monday survived no-confidence motions filed by the opposition in protest over its judicial overhaul plan.

World - Region
3/27/2023 10:27:00 AM
Israeli President Isaac Herzog on Monday called for an immediate halt to the government's controversial judicial reforms, a day after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sacked his defence minister for similar demands.

World - Region
3/26/2023 11:03:12 AM
A seemingly never-ending political crisis is plunging oil-rich Kuwait's economy into the mire, affecting basic services and causing mounting public concern.

World - International
3/20/2023 2:59:29 PM
With half the world experiencing water scarcity for at least part of the year, the huge dams being built by some countries to boost their power supplies while their neighbours go parched are a growing source of potential conflict.

World - Region
3/1/2023 9:56:33 AM
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres was in Iraq Wednesday for talks with senior officials in a show of "solidarity" after a drawn-out political crisis.

World - International
1/28/2023 10:39:56 PM
Peru's embattled president Dina Boluarte on Saturday urged lawmakers to find a way of a deepening political crisis by agreeing to snap elections in December, just hours after Congress voted against the idea.

World - International
12/17/2022 6:06:38 PM
Peru's caretaker president, Dina Boluarte, chastised lawmakers for not endorsing widespread calls for early elections as a way out of a deepening political crisis triggered when the ousted Pedro Castillo tried to shut down Congress.

World - Region
12/5/2022 5:34:04 PM
The United States and allies Monday welcomed the signing of an initial deal between Sudan's military and civilian leaders to end a political crisis sparked last year by a military takeover.

World - Region
11/1/2022 10:30:54 AM
For the fifth time since 2019, Israelis were voting in national elections on Tuesday, hoping to break the political deadlock that has paralyzed the country for the past three and a half years.

World - Region
10/17/2022 5:28:00 PM
Kuwait's crown prince swore in a reshuffled new government on Monday, less than a month after the oil-rich emirate held parliamentary elections in which the opposition reaped major gains.

World - Region
10/17/2022 9:48:44 AM
Iran's judiciary raised the death toll Monday in a blaze at Tehran's notorious Evin prison, saying that at least eight prisoners were killed as protests continue nationwide.

World - Region
10/13/2022 4:32:46 PM
At least nine rockets targeted Iraq's parliament inside the heavily fortified Green Zone on Thursday ahead of a much-anticipated session to resolve a political crisis, Iraq's military said.

World - Africa
10/2/2022 8:28:48 PM
Burkina Faso's ousted coup leader has offered his resignation as long as his security and other conditions were met, and the new junta leader who overthrew him has accepted the deal, religious leaders mediating the West African nation's latest political crisis said Sunday.

World - Region
10/1/2022 1:01:30 PM
Scuffles broke out between protesters and security forces injuring dozens as thousands gathered Saturday in Iraq's capital to mark three years since nationwide demonstrations erupted against endemic corruption.

World - Region
9/29/2022 6:15:34 PM
Lebanon's parliament failed to elect a new president after a first round of voting Thursday amid deep divisions over a replacement for Michel Aoun whose term expires next month.

World - Region
9/17/2022 8:19:30 PM
Dressed in black, 21 million pilgrims from around the world massed in the Iraqi city of Karbala on Saturday for the Arbaeen commemoration, against the backdrop of a political crisis.

World - Africa
9/7/2022 7:29:04 PM
The troubled central African country of Burundi was plunged into fresh turmoil on Wednesday when President Evariste Ndayishimiye replaced his prime minister after warning of a "coup" plot.

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