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Cyprus’ Elusive Reunification: So Near To Solution, Yet So Far – Analysis

cyprus’ elusive reunification: so near to solution, yet so far – analysis
UN-brokered talks to finally reunify Cyprus after 43 years offered hope, but obstacles remained and any deal would have to be approved in referendums on both sides. Greek Cypriots rejected the..
Eurasia Review

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News video: No punishment, but no cherry picking - France on Brexit

No punishment, but no cherry picking - France on Brexit 01:43

You can forget any cherry-picking when it comes to Brexit. That from France’s foreign minister, who has also said the upcoming EU divorce talks will not be aimed at punishing the UK. “I say it..
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News video: Gambia's President Refuses to Step Down After Lost Election

Gambia's President Refuses to Step Down After Lost Election 00:48

In December, Gambia elected a new president for the first time in 22 years, but the incumbent, President Yahya Jammeh, is refusing to step down.
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News video: Romanian protests target government over corruption drive

Romanian protests target government over corruption drive 00:58

Thousands of Romanians have protested in Bucharest over government plans they fear could weaken an anti-corruption drive. Draft decrees show an intent to pardon convictions of less than five years for..
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News video: Protesters Rally in Bucharest Against Prisoner Pardon Plan

Protesters Rally in Bucharest Against Prisoner Pardon Plan 00:45

Thousands of people gathered at University Square in Bucharest, Romania, to protest against government’s plans to pardon prisoners and revise the criminal code.Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu proposed..
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News video: O'Leary of 'Shark Tank' Runs for Canadian Party Leadership

O'Leary of 'Shark Tank' Runs for Canadian Party Leadership 01:56

Kevin O'Leary, known for his role as an investor on ABC's 'Shark Tank,' announced his bid to lead the Conservative Party of Canada.
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Unexploded bomb found in River Thames close to Houses of Parliament


News24.com | Former Parliament analyst launched a "personal, vicious attack on me" - director

The working relationship between former Parliament analyst Sean Muller and his supervisor has completely broken down and they would not be able to work together again, the CCMA has heard.

News24.com | SABC financials, staff purges, deals scrutinised at inquiry

Parliament's ad hoc committee looking into the SABC board has gone through the finer details of its first draft report of the SABC inquiry.

Some welcome debate in the European Parliament

Tajani’s election as president brings an overdue end to cosy consensus

Corbyn will ask Labour MPs to support an Article 50 bill

corbyn will ask labour mps to support an article 50 bill
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will ask his MPs to not to oppose the triggering of Article 50 if MPs get a vote on the topic. The Supreme Court will rule next week on whether parliament must provide a..
City A.M.

UPDATE: Barrow Sworn-In As Gambian President In Senegal, Tense Situation Remains

update: barrow sworn-in as gambian president in senegal, tense situation remains
Although Adama Barrow, the man who won Gambia’s disputed election, has been recognized internationally as the winner of last December’s election, he was forced to take the oath of office at the..

Lawmaker, chained to rostrum, protests Erdogan powers

ANKARA, Turkey (AP) " A Turkish legislator has handcuffed herself to the parliament's rostrum in protest at a contentious reform package that would give President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's office..
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Media Advisory: Government of Canada to announce support for community infrastructure in east-central Alberta

*STETTLER, ALBERTA--(Marketwired - Jan. 19, 2017) -* Members of the media are invited to attend an important event with Randy Boissonnault, Parliamentary Secretary for the Minister of Canadian Heritage..

British MPs debate on Kashmir, call for India-Pak dialogue

London, Jan 19 (PTI) British MPs today held a debate on Kashmir in the UK Parliament, warning against "escalation" of violence in the region and calling on India and Pakistan to open channels of..
Zee News

Egypt PM says cabinet reshuffle likely to be approved by month-end: MENA

CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's prime minister said on Thursday he expects parliament to approve nominations for ministers in a cabinet reshuffle by the end of the month, state news agency MENA reported.

The Transfer Of Power To Gambia's President-Elect Isn't Going Well

the transfer of power to gambia's president-elect isn't going well
Watch VideoThe transfer of power to a new president in Gambia isn't going well. In December, the African nation elected a new president, Adama Barrow. He defeated the incumbent, President Yahya..

German lawmakers back plan for cannabis prescriptions

BERLIN (AP) " German lawmakers have approved legislation that would allow some patients to get cannabis as a prescription-only medication.Parliament's lower house passed the bill unanimously on..
New Zealand Herald

Media Advisory: Infrastructure Canada

*CHIPMAN, NEW BRUNSWICK--(Marketwired - Jan. 19, 2017) -* Members of the media are invited to attend an important infrastructure funding announcement with the Honourable Dominic LeBlanc, Minister of..

MP challenges Akufo-Addo's authority to commit troops to Gambia

The Member of Parliament for Adaklu in the Volta Region has questioned the decision by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to commit 200 troops to ECOWAS forces.

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