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World - International
11/20/2021 7:17:04 PM
Chinese tech giants including Alibaba Group and Tencent Holdings were fined Saturday for failing to report corporate acquisitions, adding to an anti-monopoly crackdown by the ruling Communist Party.

World - Region
11/15/2021 1:47:33 PM
Kuwait has temporarily handed its crown prince some of the ruling emir's constitutional duties, the royal family's secretariat announced on Monday, without explaining why the transfer was necessary.

World - Region
11/13/2021 9:34:54 PM
Sudanese security forces killed at least five demonstrators Saturday in a crackdown on anti-military takeover protests, medics said, after the military tightened its grip by forming a new ruling council.

World - Region
11/13/2021 2:03:00 PM
Hundreds of Sudanese protesters took to the streets Saturday despite a heavy security presence, two days after the military sought to tighten its grip by forming a new ruling council.

World - Africa
11/12/2021 7:56:31 PM
The United States slapped sanctions on Eritrea's military and ruling party Friday, accusing them of contributing to the war in Ethiopia's northern Tigray region.

World - Region
11/11/2021 8:22:15 PM
Sudan's General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan on Thursday named a new ruling council to steer the country's transition after last month's military takeover, state television reported.

Al-Ahram Weekly - World
11/9/2021 8:39:39 PM
Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development Party has been playing on hostility to Syrian refugees as a way of directing attention away from its own shortcomings, writes Sayed Abdel-Meguid

World - Africa
11/8/2021 2:19:03 PM
The West African regional bloc ECOWAS on Sunday announced sanctions including travel bans and assets freezes against individual members of the military junta ruling Mali since an August 2020 military takeover.

World - Africa
11/5/2021 12:30:45 AM
South Africa entered new political territory on Thursday as most voters turned against the ruling African National Congress for the first time in the democratic era.

Egypt - Courts & Law
11/2/2021 4:46:58 PM
An Egyptian economic court issued a final ruling on Tuesday cancelling asset freezes on the sons of former President Hosni Mubarak after they were exonerated on charges of illicit gains last year

World - International
10/31/2021 5:22:30 PM
Japan's ruling coalition is on track to retain power but lose seats in parliament, media predictions said after polls closed in Sunday's general election, the first major test for Prime Minister Fumio Kishida.

World - Region
10/24/2021 4:40:08 PM
Israel plans to build more residences for Jewish settlers in the occupied West Bank, a government ministry said Sunday, adding to those announced in August by the new ruling coalition.

World - Region
10/23/2021 9:37:06 PM
Two years after a now-defunct protest movement shook Lebanon, opposition activists are hoping parliamentary polls will challenge the ruling elite's stranglehold on the country.

Egypt - Courts & Law
10/21/2021 6:06:37 PM
The judge in charge of the investigation into the 2011 ‘foreign funding case’, Ali Mokhtar, dropped on Thursday all charges against four civil society organisations due to insufficient evidence, thus bringing the total number of NGOs that had their charges dropped in the case to 75, comprising over 220 individuals.

World - Africa
10/13/2021 6:49:13 PM
The UN's top court handed Somalia control of most of a potentially oil and gas-rich chunk of the Indian Ocean on Tuesday after a bitter legal battle with Kenya, which strongly rejected the ruling.

Egypt - Foreign Affairs
10/7/2021 9:46:31 PM
Egypt denounced an Israeli court ruling on Wednesday that gives Jews the right to pray inside Al-Aqsa Mosque compound , saying it is a violation of the holy Islamic mosque.

World - Africa
10/6/2021 4:11:39 PM
The Democratic Alliance early this week put up posters around Phoenix reading: 'The ANC called you racists (but) the DA calls you heroes. The ruling ANC party described the posters as 'shameful and fascist in nature'.

World - International
10/6/2021 3:24:48 PM
Here are the main points from British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's speech on Wednesday to his ruling Conservative Party's annual conference.

World - Region
10/2/2021 1:02:18 PM
Qataris began voting in the emirate's first legislative election Saturday in a symbolic nod to democracy that analysts say will not lead to power shifting away from the ruling family

World - International
10/2/2021 12:38:48 PM
Twitter has appealed a French court decision that ordered it to give activists full access to all of its relevant documents on efforts to fight hate speech

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