The new decision came hours after the premier landed back in Lebanon for the first time since announcing his resignation in a statement from Saudi Arabia on November 4
The new alliance aims to disrupt the funding of militant groups through enhanced financial intelligence sharing, Australian Justice Minister Michael Keenan says
Ahead of a general election set for the spring, the 4-time premier is hoping the court will rule against the 6-year ban imposed over his 2012 conviction for tax fraud
Lawmakers on both sides of the political aisle blasted the decision to repatriate the Haitians within 18 months, removing the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) they received after the devastating 2010 earthquake
The provincial government gives the green light to turn the unused Batangas Port Livelihood Center into a livelihood and commercial hub
During the phone call with Trump the Kremlin says Putin stressed the 'need to keep Syria's sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity intact'
Germany now faces weeks, if not months, of paralysis with a lame-duck government that is unlikely to take bold policy action at home or on the European stage
Across the capital city, men danced, women sang and many were in tears, brandishing national flags
Biographer Martin Meredith: 'His real obsession was not with personal wealth but with power... Year after year Mugabe sustained his rule through violence and repression'
The party says the Cagayan governor only took oath as a member of the party, not as provincial party chairman
Hariri had promised he would return to Lebanon in time to mark its 47th Independence Day on Wednesday, November 22, and would clarify his position there
(UPDATED) On the streets, the news sparks wild celebrations, with car horns being honked and people erupting into ecstatic cheers and frenzied dancing.
Reports say leading Brexit campaigners have agreed to increase Britain's offer of a financial settlement in a bid to move the withdrawal negotiations onto trade
The United Nations has said the reconciliation bid 'must not be allowed to fail' or another round of conflict with Israel could break out
(UPDATED) President Rodrigo Duterte tells the military not to believe reports that he wants to declare a revolutionary government
Emmerson Mnangagwa says he has rejected an invitation by Mugabe to return home to discuss the current political situation
(UPDATED) Russia's president Vladimir Putin met with his embattled Syrian counterpart Bashar al-Assad in the Russian Black Sea resort of Sochi, the Kremlin says
An Amnesty International report details how years of persecution have curated the current crisis
US President Donald Trump will dissolve his charitable foundation – which acknowledged breaking federal rules on 'self-dealing' last year – once an investigation concludes
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'This merger would greatly harm American consumers,' says Makan Delrahim, head of the US Justice Department's antitrust division
Lawmakers from his ruling ZANU-PF party say that they will take the first steps to force Mugabe from office after he ignored their ultimatum to resign
From London, the European Medicines Agency will relocate to the Dutch city, while the French capital will be the new home of the European Banking Authority
The Liberal Party vice chairman is appointed caretaker of the congressional district of Batanes, a seat left vacant by the passing of LP stalwart Dina Abad
(UPDATED) Trump promises a rapid ramp-up of US Treasury sanctions against the isolated pariah state, after adding its name to a terror blacklist previously led by Iran and Syria
(UPDATED) The veteran leader says she is 'very skeptical' about a minority government, stressing that Germany needed a stable government 'that does not need to seek a majority for every decision'
It is the latest stage in a crisis sparked by the referendum, which resulted in a resounding 'yes' vote for independence in the Kurdish area
Robert Mugabe faces the threat of impeachment by his own party after his shock insistence he still holds power despite a military takeover and a deadline
In a process only half-jokingly compared to the Eurovision Song Contest, ministers will vote on where to relocate the European Medicines Agency and European Banking Authority
(UPDATED) Aside from suspicious trips, Dionisio Santiago is also accused of accepting a house from suspected drug lord Mayor Reynaldo Parojinog
Ardern says details of the encounter had become muddled in the retelling and there was actually no confusion on Trump's part
'The Philippines' chairmanship wasn't just a missed opportunity; it significantly weakened ASEAN's standing on political-security matters,' Southeast Asia expert Gregory Poling tells Rappler
Billionaire conservative Sebastian Piñera and leftist former TV journalist Alejandro Guillier will contest a runoff next month
(UPDATED) The talks, which turned increasingly acrimonious, stumbles on issues including the divisive matter of immigration
(3rd UPDATE) The ZANU-PF party also says it will impeach Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe if he does not resign by Monday, November 20
If coalition talks fail, Germany would have to hold new polls in 2018
German Chancellor Angela Merkel, 'now faces the most difficult task of her leadership so far,' judges the Sueddeutsche Zeitung daily.
Fugitive Caracas mayor Antonio Ledezma has crossed the border into neighboring Colombia, saying he intends to fly to Europe to organize resistance against President Nicolas Maduro's rule
Senate President Aquilino Pimentel III, president of the ruling party, says Mocha Uson and Harry Roque for now are just nominees of PDP-Laban secretary general Pantaleon Alvarez
(3rd UPDATE) PDP-Laban secretary general Pantaleon Alvarez, the Speaker of the House, makes the announcement during the mass oath taking of local allies in Cebu
Deputy Speaker Gwendolyn Garcia, founder and president emeritus of One Cebu party, will lead members in the mass oath taking with PDP-Laban Friday, November 17
Singapore suspends trade ties with North Korea in the latest move by a country to implement UN sanctions to curb Pyongyang's nuclear weapons program
The verdict was widely expected from a justice system heavily warped by the influence of long-standing premier Hun Sen, who is accused of ruthlessly targeting rivals in the run-up to 2018 polls
From migrants' rights to a code of conduct, here’s what came out of the 31st Association of Southeast Asian Nations Summit
Maria Isabel Lopez appears before the LTO but has yet to submit a formal written appeal for breaking into the special ASEAN lanes
The oath taking comes a year after the Cagayan governor transferred to President Rodrigo Duterte's party
A North Korean soldier shot multiple times while defecting to the South is in a stable condition but riddled with parasites that could complicate his chances of survival
Myanmar security forces slit the throats of Muslim Rohingya, burned victims alive, and gang-raped women and girls, according to two separate reports detailing mounting evidence of genocide
'No slight taken,' says Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque, adding that the Philippine President is himself prone to mistakes