Lawyers for Austrian businessman Gerald Birgfellner accused Poland’s ruling party chief Jaroslaw Kaczynski of failing to pay him for services related to an office tower project in downtown Warsaw, Polish daily Gazeta Wyborcza reported on Tuesday.
Standing atop the stairs outside his university auditorium, 20-year-old activist Parit Chiwarak led a protest of hundreds of people calling for an end to Thailand’s ruling military junta.
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Myanmar’s ruling party was set on Tuesday to propose changes to the constitution, a member of parliament and a party source said, its biggest challenge in nearly three years to the military’s power over politics as enshrined in the charter.
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Former Indianapolis Colts first-rounder Phillip Dorsett has found a way to leave his mark with the New England Patriots.
Wetherspoon’s boss Tim Martin says British business has nothing to fear from leaving the European Union without a deal, and to prove it he’s “Brexiting” his pubs by swapping French champagne and cognac for English sparkling wine and Australian brandy.
Venezuelans braced for the deepening of a brutal economic crisis on Tuesday after the United States imposed sanctions sharply curbing the country’s vital oil exports, while the socialist government responded by refusing to load crude cargoes without payment.
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