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South Africa's Special Investigating Unit Special Tribunal has received the first series of cases to prosecute government departments accused of looting billions of rand in recent years, Fin 24 reported Nov. 11.
The Chilean government is planning to begin the process of drafting a new constitution under the auspices of a constituent congress and final ratification through a referendum, Bloomberg reported Nov. 11.
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.
Chilean President Sebastian Pinera has announced plans to assemble an intelligence team to focus on protests, as well as submit several bills to Congress to raise penalties for demonstrators who engage in violence and vandalism, Reuters reported Nov. 7.
Frequent Stratfor Contributor Sinan Ciddi takes a look at the strategies President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has pursued to manage his country's domestic political and economic situations -- and how they are affecting its foreign relationships.
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.