- Daily News
- November 20, 2018
Candidates for leader of the Christian Democrat Union, Germany’s ruling centre-right party, will appear at the second of eight regional
Chinese President Xi Jinping arrives in the Philippines for a bilateral summit with President Rodrigo Duterte. Talks between the two
The White House will today receive a report on Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s murder. The intelligence report is expected to
Nine Hong Kong citizens who organised the Umbrella Movement protests will be in court today, facing up to seven years
Today, EU foreign and defence ministers gather in Belgium to discuss a host of security topics, including Ukraine’s ongoing conflict.
Russian President Vladimir Putin will travel to Istanbul today to mark the completion of the TurkStream gas pipeline’s offshore section.
Today, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meets with his cabinet ministers to decide on a date for early general elections.
French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel will meet in Berlin today for ongoing eurozone reform negotiations. The
Interpol will today begin a four-day general assembly in Dubai to elect a new president to replace Meng Hongwei—a Chinese
India’s Sabarimala temple in Kerala will open for a 41-day Hindu festival today–the second time opening since the country’s Supreme
Today, 45 African leaders are expected to attend the 11th African Union (AU) extraordinary summit in Addis Ababa. Delegates are
US Vice President Mike Pence will deliver an address today on the administration’s strategy in Asia at the APEC summit