- Daily Brief
- February 24, 2020
On Saturday, Ghana will swear President-elect Nana Akufo-Addo into office. Incumbent President Mahama conceded on Dec. 9, 2016, after it
Ghana’s new president is inaugurated, Taiwan’s leader tours the Americas and Angela Merkel’s reelection bid receives a boost.
The Chinese Communist Party’s internal corruption watchdog, the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI), will meet for its seventh plenary
Turkish PM Binali Yildirim is slated to begin a two-day visit to Iraq on Friday. The premier is expected to
Turkey’s PM visits Iraq to smooth over tense ties and China’s corruption watchdog reviews President Xi’s anti-graft campaign.
On Thursday, India’s opposition National Congress Party (NCP) will hold protests against PM Narendra Modi, stirred by corruption allegations and
The Senate Armed Services Committee will hold a hearing into cyber threats to the United States on Thursday, a month
Turkey’s parliament will continue to debate constitutional changes proposed by the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) on Thursday. The
Turkey’s parliament debates constitutional reform, US Senate Committee holds hearing on cyber threats and Indians protest demonetisation.
Kenya’s opposition coalition, CORD, has cancelled mass demonstrations planned for Jan. 4. Protestors opposed changes to the electoral law that
On Wednesday, Algeria plans to host talks between rival Libyan parties in the hopes of ending the five-year-old crisis. The
Romania’s parliament will hold a confidence vote on incoming Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu’s new government on Wednesday. After winning 45%