A judicial investigator in Lebanon has filed charges against Acting Prime Minister Hassan Diab and three former ministers over the massive explosion at a port in Beirut last Aug. 24 that killed over 200 people.
Thailand’s Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha can continue to stay in officer after the Constitutional Court has ruled that he is legally living in an army house.
China’s Defense Minister General Wei Fenghe has arrived in Kathmandu to meet Nepal’s leaders and military cooperation to take the bilateral relations to the next level.
China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi arrived in Tokyo on Nov. 24 for a two-day visit to hold talks with Japan’s Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi amid tensions in the East China Sea.
Benjamin Netanyahu, Israeli Prime Minister, secretly flew to Saudi Arabia on Sunday to meet Mohammed bin Salman (MBS), the Saudi Corwn Price, and Mike Pompeo, the US Secretary of State.
Thailand pro-democracy protesters fought the police who tried to prevent them from entering the Parliament grounds on Tuesday to press for changes in the constitution as lawmakers continue to discuss about the proposed amendments.
The Spain’s general medical council formally called for Health Minister Fernando Simon to resign, after accusing him of “patent and prolonged incompetence” in his handling of the COVID-19 pandemic and of undermining the morale of overworked doctors all around the country.
US President Donald Trump has fired Actiing Defense Secretary Mark Esper and replaced him with Christopher Miller, the director of the National Counterterrorism Center.
Turkish Finance Minister Berat Albayrak announced his resignation last Nov. 8, citing health reasons, amid the currency crisis in Turkey.
Britain and Japan officially inked a bilateral free trade agreement during a ceremony in Tokyo on Friday, signifying the U.K.’s first major post-Brexit deal on trade amid the country’s intense round of negotiations with its closest trading partners in the European Union.