- Daily Brief
- July 2, 2022
An outspoken critic of Vladimir Putin faces court on embezzlement charges that could prevent him from challenging for the presidency in 2018.
Controversial President-elect Jovenel Moise will be sworn in on Tuesday. His election last November set off a spate of protests
Last year Colombia’s president, Juan Manuel Santos, won the coveted Nobel Peace Prize for ending a 51-year conflict with the
Russia’s central bank will buy $100 million a day for 30 days beginning on Tuesday. By exchanging roubles for US
Russia’s central bank starts a US dollar shopping spree that could help Vladimir Putin to electoral victory…but it insists its intentions are benign.
The Knesset is expected to hold a vote on legalising some 4,000 unauthorised settlement homes in the West Bank on
Nigeria’s president has been worryingly absent for the past two weeks. Last month, the 74-year-old Muhammadu Buhari announced he would travel
Discussions on the Syrian ceasefire will resume on Monday as the deal’s architects discuss monitoring mechanisms. Brokered on Dec. 30,
Nigeria’s president has been curiously absent recently but is expected to return to official duties on Monday. But will he be fit enough to serve out his term?
On Sunday, authorities will begin courting investors for a $1 billion Eurobond to be held later this month. Bond pricing
BREAKING: Late on Saturday, PM Sorin Grindeanau announced his government would repeal a controversial law that has sparked demonstrations across
Romanians will take to the streets again on Sunday but there’s more at stake than meets the eye.