WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The top Republican in the U.S.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) – Activists broke up a meeting of the Hungarian parliament’s justice committee on Tuesday, in a protest against plans to increase scrutiny over civil organisations.
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LONDON (Reuters) – The United States’ first tax overhaul in decades may not pass Congress until well into 2017, House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan said on Wednesday, in a sign the timetable
BRASILIA (Reuters) – Brazil’s lower house of Congress on Tuesday approved the main text of a bill granting debt relief to cash-strapped states that adopt belt-tightening measures, in a victory for
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BRASILIA (Reuters) – Brazilian President Michel Temer has agreed to make further changes to a landmark pension reform amid fears that a corruption investigation into dozens of politicians could