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10 Dec
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa's fate was hanging in the balance on Monday as the executive committee of the governing party discussed allegations he may have committed misconduct and violated the oath of office.
9 May 2022
Colombo has seen clashes between government supporters and protesters outside the offices of the president and prime minister. Hours later, Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa offered to step down.
28 Feb 2020
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30 Aug 2018
It's mischievous to say National Assembly delays INEC budget - Senate Spokesperson

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West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer and French President Charles de Gaulle signed the Elysee Treaty 60 years ago, marking the end of an ancient enmity. Now the friendship needs to be revived.
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Locals said convoys of Eritrean forces aligned with Ethiopia's government were pulling out. The US hailed the "ongoing withdrawal" as a key step to peace after two years of fighting.
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Top government officials from Germany and France are meeting in Paris to pay tribute to the historic treaty that has underpinned six decades of cooperation between their two countries.
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More and more real estate on Mallorca is being bought up by rich people from abroad. Now the islanders have had enough of losing out in the property price wars and are considering banning sales to foreigners.
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While wages of pro male footballers continue to rise to astronomical heights, their women counterparts are badly paid. A long battle for equal pay has leveled the playing field for national teams like the United States, New Zealand, or the Netherlands, but these victories remain relatively rare.
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Gloomy economic forecasts have cast a long shadow over this year's event in the Swiss Alps. But Georgieva said that although the IMF projects 2023 to be "a difficult year" and for growth to fall further, "we don't expect a global recession". She cited resilient labour markets and consumer spending, the post-Covid reopening of China and signs of inflation trending downwards.