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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.

World - International
2/5/2023 4:46:10 PM
Cypriots voted on Sunday in a close presidential election between three front runners, with the electorate focused on corruption and the economy amid deadlock over the island's long-standing division.

Sports - World
1/30/2023 1:20:43 PM
Vinícius Júnior had his share of chances to break the deadlock. More than once, the Brazil forward was in front of the opposition goal with only the 'keeper to beat.

World - Region
1/20/2023 5:40:03 PM
Two independent Lebanese lawmakers who spent the night in parliament vowed Friday to stay until MPs elect a new president, as political deadlock hobbles the country already in deep economic crisis.

World - Region
12/8/2022 2:22:35 PM
Lebanon's divided parliament failed to elect a new president Thursday for a ninth time, despite the damage the political deadlock is doing to efforts to bail out its bankrupt economy.

COP27 - Climate change
11/18/2022 12:46:30 PM
UN climate talks entered their last day Friday with rich and developing nations deadlocked over creating a fund for countries devastated by the impacts of global warming -- and the EU warning its offer was final.

COP27 - Sharm El-Sheikh
11/17/2022 4:43:28 PM
UN climate talks were deadlocked Thursday over calls to create a special fund to cover the losses suffered by vulnerable nations hit by natural disasters, raising the risk that negotiations could collapse.

World - Region
11/15/2022 10:12:25 PM
After nearly four years of political deadlock and five elections, Israel on Tuesday swore in the most right-wing parliament in its history.

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
10/26/2022 3:17:55 PM
The voices of the Arab-Palestinian citizens are often drowned out or delegitimized in the country's noisy politics. Yet in the upcoming parliament election, they could hold the key to breaking an entrenched political deadlock.

World - International
10/17/2022 5:20:00 PM
France on Monday braced for nationwide transport strike action as the government and unions remained in deadlock over walkouts at oil depots that have sparked fuel shortages.

World - Region
10/14/2022 7:00:02 PM
Iraqi lawmakers have elected a new president who swiftly named a prime minister in the hope of ending a year of political gridlock and deadly violence.

World - Africa
8/28/2022 10:27:00 AM
Adenekan Ayomide had been attending the University of Abuja for two years when the lecturers went on strike in February. The 27-year-old undergraduate student hoped he would return to school quickly but immediately took a job as a taxi driver to pay bills.

World - Region
8/14/2022 12:05:07 PM
Weeks after followers of an influential cleric stormed parliament, Iraq's political crisis shows no signs of abating, despite rising public anger over a debilitating gridlock that has further weakened the country's caretaker government and its ability to provide basic services.

World - Region
8/13/2022 12:20:10 PM
Supporters of Iraq's powerful Shia Muslim cleric Moqtada Sadr rallied at Friday prayers, as their opponents gathered for a rival demonstration in the politically-divided country.

World - International
7/27/2022 11:37:20 AM
Britain's railway network ground to a crawl on Wednesday after 40,000 staff walked off the job in a dispute over jobs, pay and working conditions. Train companies said only about a fifth of services across the country were due to run.

Al-Ahram Weekly - World
7/4/2022 11:46:00 AM
Almost eight months after the elections in Iraq, the country’s political blocs have failed to form a new government to face up to the crisis in the country, writes Nermeen Al-Mufti in Baghdad

World - Region
7/2/2022 10:04:18 PM
Libya's rival leaders were under growing street pressure Saturday after protesters stormed parliament as anger exploded over deteriorating living conditions and political deadlock.

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