- Daily Brief
- January 18, 2020
Anti-establishment protests continue today in Beirut. Frustrated by the state of the economy and the system of government, tens of
Five Labour candidates will officially launch their campaigns for leadership of the party today at the first hustings in Liverpool.
To commemorate the 70th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the two countries, Chinese President Xi Jinping arrives in Myanmar today
The OECD will hold its annual Migration and Integration Conference in Paris today, where ministers from all 36 member states
The EU’s recently appointed trade chief, Phil Hogan, will meet his US counterpart Robert Lighthizer today as part of a
Supporters of Yahya Jammeh, the exiled former president of Gambia, will gather in the country’s capital today to demand he
Foreign ministers from the five countries with citizens on board Ukraine International Airlines flight shot down by Iran last week
A phase one trade deal will today be signed between China and the US in Washington, an agreement that will
Pakistan’s foreign minister will be in Washington today for talks with US officials following visits to Iran and Saudi Arabia.
Ireland’s lower house of parliament will convene today, a day after Prime Minister Leo Varadkar met with his cabinet amid
India’s flagship, two-day annual multilateral conference, the Raisina Dialog, will begin in New Delhi today. Indian External Affairs Minister Subrahmanyam
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov will meet with his Sri Lankan counterpart Dinesh Gunawardena today for a discussion on military