Ivan Pilny to be new Czech finance minister2017-05-18
Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka accepted Wednesday the nomination of Ivan Pilny to replace Andrej Babis as finance minister.
Spotlight: Erdogan, Trump meet amid persisting row on Syria crisis2017-05-18
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his U.S. counterpart Donald Trump met for the first time on Tuesday at the White House amid frictions on how to fight the Islamic State (IS) in Syria.
France new government announced; women half of new ministers2017-05-18
The secretary-general of French President's office Alexis Kohler Wednesday announced the formation of the new government, headed by the conservative lawmaker Edouard Philippe who was appointed as Prime Minister on Monday by Emmanuel Macron.
Macron delays new gov't announcement to Wednesday: Elysee2017-05-17
The cabinet of French President Emmanuel Macron's first government will be unveiled on Wednesday, a day later than initially scheduled due to further checks on would-be nominated ministers' fiscal situation, his office said on Tuesday.
Merkel, Macron agree to strengthen eurozone after first meeting2017-05-17
German media reported Tuesday that plans to strengthen the eurozone are in motion after newly-elected French President Emmanuel Macron met German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Trump defends "absolute right" to share info with Russia2017-05-17
U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday tweeted that he has "the absolute right" to share certain information with Russia, one night after his top aides strongly denied media reports accusing him of sharing highly classified intelligence with Russian officials in the White House last week.
Conservative lawmaker Philippe named as France's new PM2017-05-16
France's new President Emmanuel Macron appointed Edouard Philippe on Monday as prime minister, announced Alexis Kohler, the president's secretary-general.
U.S. skeptical of new "de-escalation zones" deal in Syria: senior official2017-05-16
WASHINGTON, May 15(Xinhua)--The U.S.State Department said on Monday that the United States was skeptical of a new agreement signed by Russia, Turkey and Iran to reduce violence in certain areas of Syria.
Japan civil group files complaint against government officials over Moritomo Gakuen scandal2017-05-16
A Japanese civil group on Monday filed a criminal complaint against officials involved in a dubious cut-price land deal between the government and the scandal-hit school operator Moritomo Gakuen.
Exit polls show Merkel's CDU wins key German state election2017-05-15
Exit polls showed on Sunday that German Chancellor Angela Merkel's Chrisitian Democratic Union(CDU) won North Rhine-Westphalia state election.
Acting FBI director says will carry on with Russian probe2017-05-12
Acting Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation Andrew McCabe Thursday said ongoing investigation into alledged links between White House staff and Russia will continue.
Trump's dismissal of FBI director sparks media, political firestorm2017-05-11
U.S. President Donald Trump's dismissal of James Comey from the post of FBI director has sparked a major media firestorm and much disagreement.
New S. Korean president appoints staff, to re-organize presidential office2017-05-11
New South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Thursday appointed senior presidential secretaries on his second day of presidency.
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