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S. Korean PM, senior secretaries offer to resign over parliamentary elections defeat

South Korean Prime Minister Han Duck-soo and almost all senior presidential secretaries on Thursday offered to resign over

Hamas Accuses Netanyahu of Obstructing Ceasefire Efforts

Hamas officials have accused Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of undermining the prospects of a ceasefire. The allegations

Netanyahu Threatens Rafah Assault in Aftermath of Gaza Negotiations

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has issued a stern warning, threatening a potential assault on the Gaza Strip

Nicaragua’s Legal Action Against Germany Over Support for Israel in Gaza Conflict

The International Court of Justice (ICJ) is currently hearing a case brought by Nicaragua against Germany. Nicaragua accuses

China’s anti-dumping probe into EU brandy does not target any specific EU member state: minister

China's anti-dumping investigation into brandy imported from the European Union (EU), prompted by a complaint submitted by the

Paris not interested in talks with Russian officials now — France’s foreign minister

France believes it is unadvisable to hold talks with Russian officials now, as statements that Russia releases following

Ecuador’s former vice president taken to hospital after arrest

Ecuador's former Vice President Jorge Glas was rushed to the hospital Monday with drug poisoning three days after

Tbilisi, Georgia’s Foreign Agent Bill Once Again Becomes Controversial

In a flurry of heated debates and public outcry, Tbilisi's Foreign Agent Bill has resurfaced as a contentious

Chinese Electric Car Sales Surge as European Markets Embrace Sustainable Mobility

In a monumental shift towards sustainable transportation, Chinese electric car manufacturers are witnessing a meteoric rise in demand

Brazil launches probe into Musk for defying court order to block accounts on X

The Supreme Federal Court of Brazil has ordered that an investigation be launched into American billionaire and owner

Bangladesh, Brazil sign agreement to boost ties

Bangladesh and Brazil have signed an agreement for further strengthening the bilateral and commercial ties during the first

Lavrov arrives on an official visit to China

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has arrived to China on an official visit, his plane landed at Capital

Australia appoints special adviser to Israeli airstrike investigation

A former head of the Australian Defence Force (ADF) has been appointed as the country's special adviser on

Mexican embassy staff leave Ecuador after break in diplomatic ties

Mexican embassy staff departed Sunday after Mexico broke diplomatic relations with Ecuador following Ecuadorian police stormed the Mexican

Azerbaijan says its positions on border with Armenia shelled

The positions of the Azerbaijani army were shelled 16 times from the territory of Armenia over the past