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World - Africa
6/12/2024 9:57:40 PM
The leader of South Africa's Inkatha Freedom Party said Wednesday it will join a proposed government of national unity, a step toward ending the country's political deadlock after the long-ruling African National Congress lost its parliamentary majority in last month's election.

Opinion -
4/15/2024 10:50:14 PM
Despite the Security Council's deadlock, UN Secretary-General António Guterres has persistently and urgently called for a ceasefire in Gaza, visiting the Rafah crossing twice to shed light on the situation and issue warnings.

World - War in Ukraine
2/22/2024 5:53:38 PM
When the Russian war in Ukraine began two years ago, Ukrainian men zealously rushed to recruitment centers across the country to enlist, ready to die in defense of their nation.

War on Gaza - War on Gaza
12/2/2023 9:37:31 PM
At almost exactly the same time Israeli negotiators pulled out of deadlocked truce talks in Qatar on Saturday, Israeli jets sent a Doha-funded housing development in the Gaza Strip up in smoke.

Sports - Omni sports
10/4/2023 6:24:41 PM
Jannik Sinner beat Daniil Medvedev to win the China Open on Wednesday, edging out the world number three in a largely deadlocked men's final that came down to a pair of high-stakes tie-breaks in Beijing.

World - International
9/30/2023 9:50:45 AM
The United States is heading toward a government shutdown this weekend with no foreseeable way out of a deadlock in Congress over hardline Republican calls for deep spending cuts.

Business - Economy
9/27/2023 10:50:53 PM
The United States is heading toward a government shutdown this weekend with no foreseeable way out of a deadlock in Congress over hardline Republican calls for deep spending cuts.

World - Africa
8/26/2023 11:52:30 AM
Islamic State extremists have almost doubled the territory they control in Mali in less than a year, and their al-Qaida-linked rivals are capitalizing on the deadlock and perceived weakness of armed groups that signed a 2015 peace agreement, United Nations experts said in a new report.

World - International
8/23/2023 5:38:22 PM
French President Emmanuel Macron told his government Wednesday he was considering referendums to pass legislation and break the political deadlock caused by the country's hung parliament, several sources told AFP.

World - Region
8/6/2023 8:48:25 PM
Libya's High State Council (HSC) elected Mohamed Takala as its new head in a televised vote on Sunday, ousting his predecessor Khaled El-Meshri and further complicating a years-long political deadlock between rival factions.

War in Sudan - War in Sudan
8/5/2023 5:32:00 PM
The conflict in Sudan has left 24 million people — half the country’s population — in need of food and other assistance, but only 2.5 million have received aid because of vicious fighting and a lack of funding, two senior U.N. officials said Friday.

World - Africa
8/5/2023 5:31:45 PM
Defense chiefs from West African nations finalized an intervention plan Friday and urged militaries to ready resources after negotiations deadlocked with Niger’s military junta, which says it is severing military agreements with France, its former colonial ruler.

World - Region
7/25/2023 8:52:54 PM
Lebanon's powerful parliament speaker Nabih Berri met Tuesday with French special envoy Jean-Yves Le Drian, in Beirut to help resolve divisions that have left the presidency vacant for nearly nine months.

World - International
7/14/2023 5:44:01 PM
The Netherlands said Friday it will hold snap general elections on November 22 in what will be a transformative vote to replace the country's longest-serving prime minister, Mark Rutte.

World - Region
7/13/2023 10:07:40 PM
Syrians in the country's last rebel enclave expressed alarm after the United Nations Security Council failed to renew an aid delivery mechanism to the area, imperilling critical humanitarian assistance.

World - International
7/8/2023 11:31:22 AM
The Dutch government collapsed Friday because of irreconcilable differences within the four-party coalition about how to rein in migration, a divisive issue that has split nations across Europe.

World - Region
6/22/2023 4:09:09 PM
French special envoy Jean-Yves Le Drian on Thursday met with key figures in Lebanon on a "consultative" mission as he pushes for a solution to the country's protracted political deadlock.

World - International
5/22/2023 10:34:57 PM
The leaders of Bulgaria’s two main rival political parties reached a deal Monday to form a coalition government with a rotating prime minister intended to end a long-running political impasse in the corruption-plagued European Union member country, which has held five elections in the past two years.

World - International
5/20/2023 10:44:39 AM
President Joe Biden was seeking to rally regional cooperation against China on the margins of the Group of Seven summit Saturday, while confronting a stalemate in Washington over how to ensure the U.S. avoids default.

World - International
4/6/2023 10:59:00 AM
French demonstrators kicked off Thursday another day of protests and strikes to denounce President Emmanuel Macron's pension reform, after the latest talks between the government and unions ended in deadlock.

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