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Rescuers search for missing people in Bailong Lake of Guangyuan, southwest China's Sichuan Province, June 5, 2016. A leisure boat carrying 18 people capsized on the Lake due to strong gales Saturday afternoon. One child died and 14 people remain missing. [Photo/Xinhua]

Tanzania’s ruling party presidential candidate pledges to end transport snags in Lake Tanganyika

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Tanzania's ruling party Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) presidential candidate John Magufuli on Friday pledged to end transportation problems in Lake Tanganyika if he...
Profile: New president of Japan's ruling LDP Yoshihide Suga

New president of Japan’s ruling LDP Yoshihide Suga

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Japan's chief government spokesman Yoshihide Suga was elected as the new president of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) on Monday as outgoing Prime...
An employee of the Argentine Mail walks among ballot boxes that are ready to be delivered before the second round of the presidential elections, in Resistencia City, Chaco province, Argentina, on Nov. 21, 2015. A total of 32 million Argentinians are eligible to vote in the second round on next Sunday to elect the president that will succeed Cristina Fernandez in December. (Xinhua/German Pomar/TELAM) (da) (fnc)

Suga elected president of Japan’s ruling LDP to succeed Abe

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Japan's Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga was elected as the new president of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) on Monday at a joint...
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South Africa’s opposition party disappointed at “unfair” ruling on Olympic champion

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South Africa's largest opposition party, the Democratic Alliance (DA) on Wednesday voiced disappointment over an "unfair" ruling on the country's Olympic champion Caster Semenya. ...
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Tanzania’s ruling party presidential candidate pledges to turn lakeside city into trading hub

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Tanzania's presidential candidate for the ruling party Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM), John Magufuli, on Monday pledged to turn the country's northwestern lakeside Mwanza city...
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Kenyan cabinet secretary Tuju injured in road accident

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Raphael Tuju, secretary general of Kenya's ruling Jubilee party, was injured in a road accident on the Nairobi-Nakuru highway in Kenya early Wednesday, local...
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Cypriot government works on plans amid public service pay cuts ruling

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Cyprus' government is preparing reaction scenarios in case the Supreme Court ratifies a ruling that salary and pension cuts in the public sector as...
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Zimbabwe Supreme Court ruling on currency parity causes mixed emotions among creditors, debtors

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A ruling passed by the Supreme Court of Zimbabwe on Monday declaring that all debts incurred before Feb. 22, 2019 should be settled in...
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Zimbabwe leader to have regular meetings with ruling party legislators

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Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa has agreed to meet ruling ZANU-PF Members of Parliament to discuss issues affecting their constituents. A post on...
Photo: Zambian Watchdog President Edgar Lungu signed the Constitution of Zambia bill making a significant step on a matter that had long dominated the political life of the nation.

Zambia governing party hails ruling on leader’s eligibility to contest 2021 polls

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Zambia's governing party on Friday welcomed a ruling by the Constitutional Court to declare President Edgar Lungu eligible to seek re-election in 2021. ...
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May 15 set for ruling on Kwabenya fugitives case

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The Accra Circuit Court hearing the case in which some armed men freed inmates at the Kwabenya Police Station after an attack on the...
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Dr. Opuni’s Motion Ruling pegged for April 30

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A Land Division of the High Court on Wednesday adjourned a ruling on a motion file by Dr Stephen Opuni, the former Chief Executive...
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NDC Commends Ghana’s Team on Maritime Border Ruling

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The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has congratulated the players in the arbitration of the Ghana Cote D’Ivoire Maritime Border Dispute by the International Tribunal...

NDC’s Views on ITLOS Ruling on Maritime Border Dispute

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The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS) this morning delimited the maritime border between Ghana and la Cote d’Ivoire. Substantially...
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Court orders gov’t to publish details of Paris club spending

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There is prospect that Nigerians who were keen about knowing how exactly their governors spent Paris club refunds disbursement may soon have some answers, as...
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South Africa’s ruling ANC voices concern over Moody’s downgrade

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The ruling African National Congress (ANC) on Saturday voiced concern over a decison by international rating agency Moody's to downgrade South Africa's credit rating. ...

Court Ruling Casts Doubts Over Mobile Phone Link to Brain Tumours

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The Brain Tumour Charity has said there is insufficient scientific evidence linking mobile phone use with brain tumours, following a court ruling. The Italian court,...
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Russia to appeal European Court ruling on 2004 Beslan attack

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The Russian Justice Ministry said Thursday that it will appeal a ruling by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) on compensation for survivors...

Judgment on DSP Gifty Tehoda Case Fixed for March 16

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A Human Rights Division of the High Court has set the 16th of March to deliver its judgment in the case involving a former...

South Korean chief justice calls for ruling on presidential impeachment before mid-March

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Chief justice of South Korea's constitutional court said Wednesday that the ruling on the bill to impeach President Park Geun-hye should be made before...
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Greek court postpones ruling on extradition request for eight Turkish servicemen

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Greece's Supreme Court postponed on Monday a ruling on the extradition request for eight Turkish servicemen to Thursday, the Greek national news agency AMNA...

Yahya Jammeh Vows to Remain As Head of State Until May

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Gambian President Yahya Jammeh has said he will not step down before a Supreme Court decision on disputed elections, a ruling now not expected...

Tema Youth Happy Over Appeals C’ttee Ruling

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The president of Tema Youth Football Club, Wilfred Kwaku Osei, has said the decision by the Ghana Football Association’s (GFA) Appeals Committee to reinstate...

Turkey postpones vote on controversial abuse draft

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The prime minister's remarks came after Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag spoke to the press to justify the draft. Bozdag said on Friday that such...

Scores of S.Korean ruling party lawmakers agree to disband party over scandal

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About 80 Saenuri lawmakers, including members of the non-President Park faction within the governing party, held an emergency meeting, issuing a statement to declare...

Election 2016: Disqualification Ruling in Full Text

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The Supreme Court of Ghana has ruled that the flag bearer of the Progressive People’s Party (PPP) Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom should be...

British PM speaks with Merkel, Juncker following Brexit ruling by judges

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British Prime Minister Theresa May spoke Friday with Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker following Thursday's High Court judgement on...

‘Dead Bolga Paramount Chief’Appears in Public

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The young man installed in 2015 as the Paramount Chief of the Bolgatanga Traditional Area by the Nayiri, the revered Ruler of the...
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Bolga Chieftaincy Crisis: Solution No Where in Sight

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The eldest son of the late Paramount Chief of Bolgatanga, Raymond Alafia Abilba, a lawyer, has been cleared to succeed his father as...
The fight between Airbus and Boeing for jet orders is poised to heat up at the Farnborough Airshow outside London next week.

EU Petitions WTO Decision on Airbus Subsidies

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The European Commission, or the EU's executive body, said in a statement it disagrees with the WTO conclusion that, "even though most of the...