Akar: Disputes with Greece can be peacefully resolved
Disputes with Greece can be peacefully resolved through dialogue, Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar said, while expressing his optimism over the sale of US F-16 fighter jets to Turkey.
China names Li Qiang premier nominally in charge of economy
China on Saturday named Li Qiang, a close confidant of top leader Xi Jinping, as the country's next premier nominally in charge of the world's second-largest economy now facing some of its worst prospects in years.
Xi Jinping was Re-Elected as President of China for a Third 5-Year Term
China's parliament unanimously re-elected Xi Jinping as president for an unprecedented third five-year term.
2,952 people participated in the voting of the 14th National People's Congress of People's Representatives. The Associated Press commented that the 69-year-old Xi is on course to remain in power for life.
China's Xi awarded 3rd term as president, extending rule
Chinese leader Xi Jinping was awarded a third five-year term as president Friday, putting him on track to stay in power for life at a time of severe economic challenges and rising tensions with the U.S. and others.
For the First Time in History, there are Women in all Parliaments around the World
For the first time in history, women have a presence in all parliaments around the world, according to the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU).
The Geneva-based organization's latest report - based on data from 47 countries that held elections last year - shows that compared to 2020, the world continues to reduce the dominant role of men in representative bodies, reports Euronews.
China promised "Peaceful Reunification" with Taiwan and decisive steps against Taiwanese Independence
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Sunday promised "peaceful reunification" with Taiwan and decisive steps against Taiwanese independence, and Taipei responded that Beijing must respect the Taiwanese people's commitment to democracy and freedom, Reuters reported.
Congress has to be on board with F-16 sale, State Department says
The US State Department supports the sale of Lockheed Martin F-16 fighter jets to Turkey, but Congress has to also be on board since it is not solely up to the department to decide on the issue, spokesperson Ned Price told a briefing Thursday.
Senators to ask Biden to link F-16 sale to Ankara to NATO enlargement
Two US Senators are asking President Joe Biden to link the issue of NATO enlargement with the request submitted by Turkey for the upgrade and purchase of new F-16 fighter jets.
Biden approval steady after document discovery: AP-NORC Poll
More U.S. adults disapprove than approve of the way President Joe Biden has handled the discovery of classified documents at his home and former office, a new poll shows, but that seems to have had little impact on his overall approval rating.
Dacic: Situation in Kosovo-Metohija to be discussed with US officials
WASHINGTON - Serbian First Deputy PM and FM Ivica Dacic said in Washington the National Prayer Breakfast, which he will be attending on Thursday, was a good opportunity to hold a series of other bilateral meetings.
Dacic said it would be good if the Serbian delegation spoke with members of the US Congress and State Department officials about developments in Kosovo-Metohija.