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By Munir Ahmed, Associated Press
Pakistan has been facing a serious economic crisis since last year. The release of slightly over $1 billion had been held up this year over IMF concerns about Pakistan's compliance with the conditions of the bailout.
In our news wrap Thursday, a federal grand jury indicted a white suspect on hate crimes in the Buffalo supermarket massacre of 10 Black victims, producer prices in June were 11.3 percent higher than a year ago, a rocket attack…
By Krutika Pathi, Krishan Francis, Associated Press
Sri Lankan protesters retreated from government buildings they had seized and military troops reinforced security at the Parliament on Thursday.
In our news wrap Wednesday, Ukraine and Russia held their first direct talks in months about resuming grain shipments through the Black Sea where a Russian blockade has halted exports, Sri Lanka's president has officially fled the country, protests over…
By Krishan Francis, Krutika Pathi, Associated Press
Sri Lanka's president has fled the country without stepping down, plunging a country already reeling from economic chaos into more political turmoil.
By Krishan Francis, Associated Press
Sri Lanka's lawmakers have agreed to elect a new president next week but are struggling to decide on the makeup of a new government to lift the bankrupt country out of economic and political collapse.
In our news wrap Monday, The death toll rose to 31 in a Russian missile strike on an apartment block in Ukraine's Donetsk region, police in South Africa hunt for gunmen who killed 15 people, a contagious Covid mutation gains…
By Lizz Bolaji and Peter Smith, Independent Television News
The political chaos in Sri Lanka took a new turn Monday. Officials on the Indian Ocean island nation said parliament will vote on a new president next week. That's after mass protests in the capital forced the president and prime…
A political vacuum continues in Sri Lanka with opposition leaders yet to agree on who should replace its roundly rejected leaders, whose residences are occupied by protesters angry over the country's deep economic woes.
In our news wrap Sunday, Sri Lanka opposition leaders met to form a new government after the country's president and prime minister prepare to step down amid widespread protests, Japanese voters hand Shinzo Abe's political party a major victory, Russian…
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