Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah took oath before the National Assembly on Wednesday to become the 16th emir of Kuwait.
Senior U.S. experts on public health have raised concern that President Donald Trump has been provided with misleading or incorrect information on the COVID-19 pandemic, according to media reports.
A Japanese high court on Wednesday upheld the ruling of a lower court and ordered the government and the operator of the disaster-hit Fukushima nuclear power plant to pay 1 billion yen (9.5 million U.S. dollars) in damages to residents affected by the 2011 tsunami-triggered nuclear disaster.
The seven political parties involved in the formation of the new Belgian federal government reached an agreement on Wednesday, ending the long absence of a fully-fledged federal government in Belgium.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Tuesday called for an end to unilateral coercive measures, such as economic, financial and trade sanctions imposed by one country against another.
The Zimbabwean government says that it has put around 10,000 qualified but unemployed teachers on standby to replace striking teachers who have withdrawn their labor since schools re-opened for examination classes on Monday.
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