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Bangladesh to accept cuts to job quotas after ruling
Bangladesh to accept cuts to job quotas after ruling

Bangladesh to accept cuts to job quotas after ruling

The government has met a key demand of protestors, who have paused demonstrations for 48 hours. The unrest over the quotas has prompted some governments to evacuate their citizens from the country.
13 hours ago
German defense hawk sets sights on EU job
German defense hawk sets sights on EU job

German defense hawk sets sights on EU job

As chair of the defense committee, Marie-Agnes Strack-Zimmermann is one of Germany’s most recognized supporters of Ukraine and of bolstering Germany’s own military. Now she hopes to bring her views to Brussels.
4 months ago
Biden classified files hearing turns into partisan battle
Biden classified files hearing turns into partisan battle

Biden classified files hearing turns into partisan battle

Special counsel Robert Hur appeared before a congressional panel, and defended questioning Biden’s mental acuity in a report on mishandling classified documents, sparking ire from both Republicans and Democrats. Special counsel Robert
4 months ago
Thai authority to ask court to disband reformist party
Thai authority to ask court to disband reformist party

Thai authority to ask court to disband reformist party

Thailand’s electoral commission said that it had agreed “unanimously” to seek the dissolution of the Move Forward party, which had pledged to reform the country’s royal insult laws. Thailand’s electoral commission on
4 months ago
Russia arrests South Korean over alleged spying
Russia arrests South Korean over alleged spying

Russia arrests South Korean over alleged spying

The man was a missionary involved in helping North Koreans in Russia’s Far East defect, according to media reports. South Korea’s Foreign Ministry said its consulate is providing the individual with assistance
4 months ago
NATO marks Sweden's entry with flag raising ceremony
NATO marks Sweden's entry with flag raising ceremony

NATO marks Sweden’s entry with flag raising ceremony

Swedish Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson has said that NATO’s newest member will now share “burdens, responsibilities, and risks, with our allies.” Sweden’s national flag was raised on Monday for the first time at  NATO headquarters marking
4 months ago