Libya's constitution referendum likely before Feb. end: official2018-12-07
Head of the Libyan Higher National Commission of Elections, Imad Al-Sayah, on Thursday said that a referendum of a permanent constitution could be held before the end of February 2019.
W020181206352067314850_副本.jpg In laughter and tears, U.S. holds state funeral for 41st President George H.W. Bush2018-12-06
In laughter and tears, the United States held a state funeral here Wednesday for the 41st President George H.W. Bush, who has been widely mourned and praised as a good leader and a devoted person with a "gentle soul" and great sense of humor during his 94-year-long lifetime.
1 rescued after U.S. Marines fighter jet, tanker plane crash off Japan coast2018-12-06
One of the seven people on board of two U.S. military aircraft that had crashed off the coast of western Japan early Thursday has been rescued, local media reported, quoting Japanese government sources.
UK government publishes Brexit full legal advice after contempt row2018-12-06
The British government on Wednesday published Brexit legal advice in full, one day after MPs found it in contempt of the British parliament.
Swiss parliament chooses two women to join cabinet2018-12-06
Switzerland's parliament Wednesday chose two women, one from a centrist party and one from a center-right party, to join the country's seven-person executive, the Federal Council, which operates as the cabinet.
Brexit fears hang over British service economy2018-12-06
Growth in the British service sector almost ground to a halt in November, according to a survey released on Wednesday.
Israel's Netanyahu talks with UN secretary general over operation against Hezbollah tunnels2018-12-06
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke Wednesday over the telephone with UN Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres, about Israel's operation to locate and destroy cross-border tunnels dug by Lebanon-based Hezbollah militia.
British government found in contempt of parliament over Brexit legal advice2018-12-05
British MPs on Tuesday voted by 311 to 293 to find ministers in contempt of parliament over their failure to publish the full legal advice on the Brexit deal.
Haunted by "Yellow Vests," Macron seeks to get out of social uprising via risky moratorium2018-12-05
Under fire of social rebellion, French President Emmanuel Macron, struggling to regain the initiative, on Tuesday backed down on higher fuel tax's plan, proposing a six-month suspension of the due tax to defuse widespread demonstration that had triggered unprecedented violence the weekend.
Netanyahu says Lebanon's Hezbollah plans to occupy part of northern Israel2018-12-05
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Tuesday that the Lebanon-based Hezbollah militia dug a cross-border tunnel in order to occupy part of northern Israel.
UN General Assembly president launches global campaign against plastic pollution2018-12-05
UN General Assembly President Maria Fernanda Espinosa on Tuesday launched a global campaign against plastic pollution, primarily to raise awareness among peoples around the world.
No jail time asked for ex-U.S. National Security Advisor Flynn over Russia probe2018-12-05
U.S. special counsel Robert Mueller's team on Tuesday recommended no jail time for former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, citing his "substantial assistance" in the Russia probe in a court filing.
Pakistan pledges U.S. envoy support in Afghanistan's peace process: foreign ministry2018-12-05
Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Tuesday assured the visiting U.S. envoy Zalmay Khalilzad of his country's help for peace in Afghanistan.
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