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Nigerians understand Obasanjo’s trajectory better than his futile but desperate efforts to stay in power through the infamous third term when he completed his mandatory two terms as civilian President after another three years as military head of state!
Kenya President Uhuru Kenyatta’s pledged to stamp out graft when he was first elected in 2013, but critics say he has been slow to pursue top officials.
“India follows only U.N. sanctions, and not unilateral sanctions by any country,” Indian foreign minister Sushma Swaraj said at a news conference in response at a question on India’s response to the U.S. decision.
Poland is concerned for its own and the region’s security following Russia’s annexation of the Crimean Peninsula, its support for separatists in eastern Ukraine and other steps seen as hostile.
Recent university graduate Alex Vavilov was born in Toronto, which would typically qualify him for Canadian citizenship except for one thing: His parents were part of a notorious Russian spy ring in North America.
A spokeswoman for Theresa May said changing the rules on abortion is a decision that should be taken by a devolved assembly and the government is working to revive the power-sharing agreement.
“I’m just so grateful for what you guys have done, and for thinking about me, and caring about me, just a normal person,” Josh Holt said during the Oval Office meeting. “It really touches me,” he said, his voice breaking.
South Africa’s Democratic Alliance (DA), the biggest opposition to President Cyril Ramaphosa’s African National Congress (ANC), dismissed as “rumours and gossip” a Sunday newspaper report that said the party was about to split.