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Mozambique's Constitutional Council has rejected opposition group Renamo’s petition to scrap the results from the country's Oct. 15 general elections due to voting irregularities, citing "insufficient evidence," Reuters reported Nov. 14.
Indonesia's Legislative Body, a group of lawmakers that sets priorities for the country's parliament, is supporting President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo's omnibus package to ease and streamline foreign investment, Reuters reported Nov. 13.
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's reforms have made him the new darling of the international community. But his government's dimming domestic popularity risks sending the country into rough political waters ahead of its 2020 election.
A man identified as a Yemeni has attacked three performers with a knife during a live show in a Riyadh park, Al Jazeera reported Nov. 12. The motives behind the attack remain unclear; none of the victims was seriously hurt.
Afghan Chief Executive and presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah has urged the country's election commission to stop a recount of votes from the presidential election in September, saying the recount includes roughly 300,000 illegitimate votes, Reuters reported Nov. 10.
A group of Japanese lawmakers is seeking to increase security cooperation with the United States and Taiwan in an attempt to push back against growing Chinese influence and military buildups in the Asia-Pacific region, The Japan Times reported Nov. 11.
The European Commission's new president-elect has laid out an ambitious vision for the bloc's future. A challenging economic and political environment, however, will likely keep most of her proposals from ever seeing daylight.
The U.S. Justice Department has charged two former Twitter employees and a Saudi national with spying on critics of the Saudi government and providing information to Riyadh, The Washington Post reported Nov. 6.