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World - Region
3/18/2021 5:57:20 PM
Lebanon's talks with the IMF stalled last year over a row among Lebanese government officials, bankers and political parties over vast financial losses

World - Region
3/18/2021 5:42:12 PM
Macron has spearheaded international efforts to resolve the crisis, but with little success to date

World - Region
3/17/2021 9:59:00 PM
When asked whether that meant possible sanctions on Lebanese officials, the diplomat said the short-term objective was to raise 'political pressure'

World - Region
3/17/2021 8:34:00 PM
Aoun and Hariri have been at loggerheads over government formation since his nomination in October

World - Region
3/17/2021 3:08:46 PM
The protest movement, known as 'Hirak', brought tens of thousands of people to the streets each week for more than a year until the global pandemic hit Algeria in early 2020, forcing them to stop

World - Region
3/17/2021 1:08:06 PM
The protests resumed following several days of relative calm as the Lebanese pound continued its slide, plunging to a new low of 15,000 to the US dollar on the black market

World - International
3/17/2021 12:12:05 PM
Speaking at the end of his general audience, Francis said those who have died there have done so 'to offer hope to their country'

World - Region
3/16/2021 3:34:24 PM
'Currently the government is covered in what it subsidises until June but some products like fuel would run out after March, Diab said

World - Region
3/16/2021 2:38:21 PM
The slide has picked up speed over the past two weeks, with the exchange rate soaring from 10,000 Lebanese pounds to the dollar on March 2 to around 15,000 on Tuesday

World - International
3/16/2021 2:34:35 PM
In total, she said, the office had corroborated that a total of 149 people had died in the crackdown on protests since February 1, but stressed that the actual number was surely much higher

World - International
3/15/2021 10:34:02 AM
The worst of Sunday's bloodshed came in the Yangon suburb of Hlaingthaya where security forces killed at least 37 protesters after arson attacks on Chinese-owned factories, said a doctor in the area who declined to be identified

World - International
3/14/2021 7:02:00 PM
State television said the implementation of martial law was up to the commander on the ground

World - International
3/14/2021 5:48:00 PM
The Netherlands has been under a tough lockdown since late January with gatherings of more than two people banned, restaurants and bars shut and with the first night-time curfew since WWII

World - International
3/14/2021 10:45:34 AM
Sarah Everard’s disappearance as she walked home on the evening of March 3 had led to a wave of accounts from women about the dangers of walking streets alone at night, and dismay at the failure of police to tackle this

World - International
3/13/2021 10:32:56 PM
More than 70 people have been killed in Myanmar in widespread protests against the military’s seizure of power, the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners advocacy group has said

World - International
3/13/2021 9:58:29 PM
A London police officer appeared in court on Saturday after being charged with the kidnap and murder of a 33-year-old woman in a case that has caused widespread outrage in Britain about women’s safety

World - Region
3/13/2021 8:49:55 PM
Lebanon's currency has plummeted to a new record low, continuing its crash amid a worsening economic crisis that has triggered near-daily protests throughout the tiny Mediterranean country

World - International
3/13/2021 12:28:23 PM
Three deaths were reported in Mandalay, the country's second-biggest city, and one in Pyay, a town in south-central Myanmar

World - Region
3/12/2021 8:00:40 PM
The approval came as the local currency hit a new record low on the black market, trading 11,150 Lebanese pounds to the dollar. The new crash triggered immediate protests, mostly in the country's north.

World - Africa
3/11/2021 7:17:23 PM
The vote is part of political reforms promised by Tebboune following mass protests that forced his predecessor, Abelaziz Bouteflika, to resign in 2019 after two decades in power

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