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Thai PM summoned by anti-graft panel
Thai PM summoned by anti-graft panel

Thailand's prime minister has been summoned to face an anti-corruption panel Thursday to hear negligence charges that could lead to her removal from office, following months of mass opposition protests.

Thai PM summoned by anti-graft panel
Merkel set for historic UK visit
Merkel set for historic UK visit

German chancellor Angela Merkel will make an historic speech to Britain's parliament on Thursday before holding EU talks with Prime Minister David Cameron and taking tea with Queen Elizabeth II.

Merkel set for historic UK visit
New Italy PM wins confidence vote, vows 'radical change'
New Italy PM wins confidence vote, vows 'radical change'

Prime Minister Matteo Renzi called for a "radical and immediate change" in recession-hit Italy as he outlined his new government's reform agenda before winning a crucial confidence vote in the Senate.

New Italy PM wins confidence vote, vows 'radical change'
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. ©Reuters/Toru Hanai
Japan public sceptical on death penalty: study

Japan's public is less enthusiastic about capital punishment than government research shows, a new study has claimed, amid an acceleration in the rate of executions under Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

Japan public sceptical on death penalty: study
Australia PM 'won't be blackmailed' after bloody PNG riot
Australia PM 'won't be blackmailed' after bloody PNG riot

Prime Minister Tony Abbott Thursday said he will not succumb to "moral blackmail" over an Australian detention centre on Papua New Guinea, as graphic witness accounts of recent violence told of "blood everywhere".

Australia PM 'won't be blackmailed' after bloody PNG riot
Farmers hold a defaced poster of Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra. ©Reuters/Chaiwat Subprasom
Thai PM to be charged with neglect of duty

Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra will be charged with neglect of duty over a rice farm subsidy scheme and could be removed from office if found guilty.

Thai PM to be charged with neglect of duty
Renzi to be picked as Italy's youngest PM
Renzi to be picked as Italy's youngest PM

Italian leftist leader Matteo Renzi is to be nominated Italy's youngest-ever prime minister after a daring power grab that has been welcomed by investors but has left many Italians sceptical.

Renzi to be picked as Italy's youngest PM
Italian PM Letta to resign, Renzi poised to step in
Italian PM Letta to resign, Renzi poised to step in

Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta will resign on Friday in a lightning political crisis and his 39-year-old leftist challenger Matteo Renzi is poised to win the nomination to replace him.

Italian PM Letta to resign, Renzi poised to step in
Japan PM as unpopular as Kim Jong-Un: S. Korea poll
Japan PM as unpopular as Kim Jong-Un: S. Korea poll

With Seoul-Tokyo relations at their lowest ebb for years, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is as unpopular with South Koreans as North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un.

Japan PM as unpopular as Kim Jong-Un: S. Korea poll
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Kazakhstan Prime-Minister instructs to boost agricultural processing

Kazakhstan Prime-Minister Serik Akhmetov has instructed the Government to create conditions for domestic agricultural processing.

Kazakhstan Prime-Minister instructs to boost agricultural processing
Cameron urges UK to unite to stop Scottish independence
Cameron urges UK to unite to stop Scottish independence

British Prime Minister David Cameron will urge people in all parts of the United Kingdom on Friday to try to persuade Scots to vote 'no' in their referendum on independence.

Cameron urges UK to unite to stop Scottish independence
N. Korea calls Japanese PM Abe 'Asian Hitler'
N. Korea calls Japanese PM Abe 'Asian Hitler'

North Korea on Tuesday denounced Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe as an "Asian Hitler" intent on amassing military power under the guise of ensuring regional stability.

N. Korea calls Japanese PM Abe 'Asian Hitler'
Israel offers $20 mn to Turkey flotilla victims: report
Israel offers $20 mn to Turkey flotilla victims: report

Israel has offered Turkey $20 million in compensation to the families of those killed and wounded in its botched 2010 raid on a Gaza-bound flotilla.

Israel offers $20 mn to Turkey flotilla victims: report
Revellers walk amongst lanterns during ahead of Chinese New Year celebrations at the Marina Bay in Singapore January 29, 2014. ©Reuters/Edgar Su
Singapore PM urges more babies in Year of the Horse

Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on Thursday urged young couples to get off to a "galloping start" in the Year of the Horse by having more babies to boost flagging birth rates.

Singapore PM urges more babies in Year of the Horse
Ukraine PM resigns: government
Ukraine PM resigns: government

Ukrainian Prime Minister Mykola Azarov resigned in a bid to ease Ukraine's deadly two-month crisis as lawmakers began an extraordinary session aimed at adopting crucial reforms.

Ukraine PM resigns: government
Embattled Turkey PM faces tough visit to EU
Embattled Turkey PM faces tough visit to EU

Turkey's embattled Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan sought Monday to downplay the risk of a crisis with the European Union as he headed to Brussels facing a row over controversial judical reforms.

Embattled Turkey PM faces tough visit to EU
Guinea president decrees new government
Guinea president decrees new government

Guinea's President Alpha Conde late Monday issued a decree forming a new government keeping in place his prime minister and over half the cabinet members, but excluding any opposition figures.

Guinea president decrees new government
Japan PM to attend Sochi Olympics: reports
Japan PM to attend Sochi Olympics: reports

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is planning to attend the opening ceremony of the Sochi Winter Olympics, reports said Friday, despite calls for a boycott over Russia's anti-gay laws.

Japan PM to attend Sochi Olympics: reports
Mumbai bets on airport revamp to boost global standing
Mumbai bets on airport revamp to boost global standing

Mumbai will unveil its lavish and long-awaited new airport terminal Friday, part of a $2 billion revamp that aims to challenge India's reputation for shoddy infrastructure and boost the financial capital's status.

Mumbai bets on airport revamp to boost global standing
Japan PM to visit Africa, Mideast with cash pledge: reports
Japan PM to visit Africa, Mideast with cash pledge: reports

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will visit Africa and the Middle East this week, reports said Monday, bearing development cash pledges as Tokyo pushes back against growing Chinese influence in the resource-rich region.

Japan PM to visit Africa, Mideast with cash pledge: reports