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Madagascar names prime minister after deadlock
Madagascar names prime minister after deadlock

After months of post-election deadlock Madagascar's president named a new prime minister Friday, tapping the relatively unknown doctor Roger Kolo for the post.

Madagascar names prime minister after deadlock
Hungary gets four more years of Viktor Orban
Hungary gets four more years of Viktor Orban

Hungary was set Monday for four more years of Prime Minister Viktor Orban after the divisive strongman swept to victory in elections that also saw the far-right increase its share of the vote.

Hungary gets four more years of Viktor Orban
Adilbek Dzhaksybekov
Adilbek Dzhaksybekov appointed State Secretary of Kazakhstan

Adilbek Dzhaksybekov has been appointed Kazakhstan's Secretary of State.

Adilbek Dzhaksybekov appointed State Secretary of Kazakhstan
Serik Akhmetov. Tengrinews.kz file photo
Ex-Prime-Minister Serik Akhmetov appointed Defence Minister

Serik Akhmetov, Kazakhstan's Prime-Minister until yeasterday afternoon, has been appointment Minister of Defence today.

Ex-Prime-Minister Serik Akhmetov appointed Defence Minister
Nurlan Nigmatulin. Tengrinews.kz file photo
Nurlan Nigmatulin replaces Massimov as Head of Presidential Administration

Speaker of the Majilis Nurlan Nigmatulin has replaced the newly appointed Prime-Minister Karim Massimov as the Head of the Presidential Administration.

Nurlan Nigmatulin replaces Massimov as Head of Presidential Administration
Nursultan Nazarbayev signs decree appointing Karim Massimov Prime-Minister of Kazakhstan. ©Tengrinews.kz
President Nazarbayev signs appointment of Massimov into force

President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev has signed the decree appoinment Karim Massimov the new Prime-Minister of Kazakhstan.

President Nazarbayev signs appointment of Massimov into force
Karim Massimov. Photo courtesy of  government.kz
Nazarbayev offers Massimov as new Prime-Minister of Kazakhstan

Nursultan Nazarbayev, President of Kazakhstan has offered Karim Massimov as the new Prime-Minister of Kazakhstan hour after the Kazakhstan Government and Prime-Minster Serik Akhmetov resigned.

Nazarbayev offers Massimov as new Prime-Minister of Kazakhstan
Angelina Jolie pays respect to Srebrenica victims
Angelina Jolie pays respect to Srebrenica victims

Hollywood star Angelina Jolie on Friday paid respect to victims of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre after urging the international community to stop the use of sexual violence as a war weapon.

Angelina Jolie pays respect to Srebrenica victims
Ex-Libyan PM fears country will become terror base
Ex-Libyan PM fears country will become terror base

Former Libyan prime minister Ali Zeidan on Tuesday warned that Islamist groups were sabotaging attempts to rebuild his country in order that it become a haven for extremists, in an interview with Britain's newspaper The Times.

Ex-Libyan PM fears country will become terror base
Australia to sell biggest health insurer
Australia to sell biggest health insurer

The conservative government of Prime Minister Tony Abbott on Wednesday said it would press ahead with the sale of Australia's largest health insurer Medibank Private via an initial public offering.

Australia to sell biggest health insurer
Japan, N. Korea move to restart formal talks
Japan, N. Korea move to restart formal talks

Japan and North Korea are moving to restart formal government-level talks, a foreign ministry official said Thursday, after a shift over the contentious issue of Pyongyang's past abductions of Japanese citizens.

Japan, N. Korea move to restart formal talks
Russia's expulsion from G8 must be discussed: Cameron
Russia's expulsion from G8 must be discussed: Cameron

British Prime Minister David Cameron said Wednesday that G7 nations meeting next week must discuss the permanent expulsion of Russia from the wider G8 if it takes further action to destabilise Ukraine.

Russia's expulsion from G8 must be discussed: Cameron
Japan PM threatens Moscow with more sanctions over Crimea
Japan PM threatens Moscow with more sanctions over Crimea

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe condemned Russia for violating Ukraine's territorial integrity and threatened to impose further sanctions against Moscow over its role in the Crimean crisis.

Japan PM threatens Moscow with more sanctions over Crimea
Merkel 'very impressed' with Italy PM's economic plans
Merkel 'very impressed' with Italy PM's economic plans

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Monday she was "very impressed" with the stimulus and reform package of Italy's new centre-left Prime Minister Matteo Renzi.

Merkel 'very impressed' with Italy PM's economic plans
Australia to buy surveillance drones to patrol borders
Australia to buy surveillance drones to patrol borders

Australia announced plans Thursday for a fleet of giant high-tech unmanned drones to help patrol the nation's borders, monitoring energy infrastructure and attempts to enter the country illegally.

Australia to buy surveillance drones to patrol borders
Ukraine PM says EU accord may be signed next week
Ukraine PM says EU accord may be signed next week

Ukraine's new leaders will likely sign a long-awaited political accord with the European Union next week, interim Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk said Wednesday after talks at the White House.

Ukraine PM says EU accord may be signed next week
China's premier 'declares war' on pollution
China's premier 'declares war' on pollution

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said he is "declaring war" on pollution, describing it as a "red-light warning" against inefficiency as he sought to address public concerns on issues from acrid smog to food safety.

China's premier 'declares war' on pollution
Canada warns Russia, says G8 membership at risk
Canada warns Russia, says G8 membership at risk

Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper on Monday warned that Russia could be stripped of its membership in the Group of Eight industrialized nations if it doesn't reverse course in Ukraine.

Canada warns Russia, says G8 membership at risk
Serik Akhmetov. Marat Abilov©
Kazakhstan PM pledges to solve the issue of NPLs within two years

There are 38 banks operating in Kazakhstan (…) Maybe the economy only needs 10 banks: Serik Akhmetov.

Kazakhstan PM pledges to solve the issue of NPLs within two years
British press says Merkel gave Cameron little to cheer
British press says Merkel gave Cameron little to cheer

Britain's newspapers said Friday that Prime Minister David Cameron had little to cheer from German Chancellor Angela Merkel's visit as he seeks consensus on reforming EU migration rules.

British press says Merkel gave Cameron little to cheer