Parliament confirms Thai coup leader Prayuth as prime minister
Wednesday, 5 June 2019 () Thailand's new parliament confirmed military junta leader General Prayuth Chan-ocha as civilian prime minister on Wednesday, five years after he seized power from an elected government while he was army chief.
Boris Johnson, who has pledged to deliver Brexit on Oct. 31, surged closer to power on Thursday, winning by far the most support from Conservative lawmakers. Johnson won the support of 114 Conservative..
British Prime Minister Theresa May formally notified her Conservative Party on Friday that she had resigned as party leader, opening the way for a succession... Reuters Also reported by •Seattle Times •Mid-Day
BANGKOK (AP) — Thailand’s junta leader has been officially proclaimed prime minister after the king endorsed Parliament’s vote to allow him to keep the... Seattle Times Also reported by •Premium Times Nigeria
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On Friday May 24th, Theresa May gave a tearful speech outside Downing Street, announcing that she will be stepping down from her current... Eurasia Review Also reported by •New Zealand Herald •Seattle Times
Jeremy Hunt, one of the candidates vying to succeed Prime Minister Theresa May, said the British parliament would likely block a no-deal Brexit so the country... Reuters Also reported by •Premium Times Nigeria