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Unbound delegates say they will support the G.O.P. presidential hopeful at the party's convention in July.
Two decades after apartheid ended, most of the country's land still owned by Whites.
The U.K. Prime Minister acknowledged that getting the young people to vote is a challenge.
by Michael Lerner Two thirds of investments in Africa's urban infrastructure to 2050 have yet to be done.
by Michael Lerner Nigeria has banned any unlicensed drones, likely ending many private sector uses.
by Michael Lerner The two countries want to surpass their pre-sanctions level of bilateral trade.
Opposition leader Malema had earlier warned of an armed rebellion against the government.
Planning official heard conspiring against ex-leader Dilma Rousseff.
Row involving Justin Trudeau erupted reportedly after an official's deliberate attempt to delay a vote.
by Erin Wright Maduro's declaration of emergency spurs oppo to challenge armed forces on where they stand.
Interim president Michel Temer called for country's trust.
Nova Peris' sudden resignation ahead of federal elections on July 2 sparks criticism.
The opinion piece by Xinhua news agency attributes the leader's "erratic style” to her single status.
In a move that aims at improving America’s strategic ties with Pacific allies, President Barack Obama announced on Monday that Washington is lifting its decades-old arms embargo on Vietnam.
Dwindling economy and souring ties with China are key challenges.
Alexander Van der Bellen, backed by the Greens, won the election by just 31,000 votes.
The move comes ahead of Eurozone finance ministers' meeting.
About 750,000 postal votes will dictate the outcome of a tight contest between the two candidates.
Ex-P.M. Ahmet Davutoglu stepped down after differences with Erdogan.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry applauds French initiative.
by Michael Lerner As Egypt, Israel, and Hamas beef up security on Sinai border, the U.S. mulls an exit.
Overhaul announced in series of royal decrees issued by King Salman.
He opposes president's plan of switching to presidential system.
Police fired pepper spray and smoke grenades at protesters, who threw burning bottles and T-shirts.
A 78-page investigation by the State Department said Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton violated a number of government rules with regards to the use of her official email account.
Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton claims contest with rival Bernie Sanders already over.
Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton maintains commanding lead heading into California primary.