- Daily Brief
- October 23, 2019
Gambia’s Supreme Court will begin hearing a case brought by President Yahya Jammeh on Tuesday over his loss to rival
A critical hearing in a Gambian court, Colombia holds talks with the ELN and Barack Obama gives his farewell speech.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s pick for the European Commission will face a grilling in Brussels on Monday. Merkel announced that
On Monday, Lebanon’s recently elected president, Michel Aoun, will visit Saudi Arabia on his first foreign visit. Aoun will be
Russian officials arrive in Turkey on Monday to discuss a framework for Syrian peace talks that are scheduled to begin
Russian and Turkish officials lay groundwork for Syrian peace talks, Lebanon’s new president visits Riyadh and the man nominated to oversee EU finances faces a grilling.
On Sunday, North Korea’s dear leader, Kim Jong Un, will celebrate his 33rd birthday. Mr Kim boasts a litany of
The leaders of Turkish and Greek Cyprus will meet in Geneva on Monday to resume discussions on reuniting the island
Cypriot leaders meet for peace talks in Geneva and Kim Jong-un celebrates a birthday.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s centre-right party is more popular now than it was a month ago, according to a poll
On Saturday, Taiwan’s President, Tsai Ing-wen, will depart for a nine-day visit to allies Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras and Nicaragua.
On Saturday, Ghana will swear President-elect Nana Akufo-Addo into office. Incumbent President Mahama conceded on Dec. 9, 2016, after it