In this combination of images, Austrian Chancellor Nehammer can be seen with French presidential candidates and Pakistan's new Prime Minister Shebaz Sharif. Photograph:( Agencies )
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Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehammer began a meeting with Vladimir Putin on Monday. Pakistan's parliament chose Shehbaz Sharif as prime minister on Monday.
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Nehammer told Putin that he "is isolating Russia, that he will lose this war morally, and that he is doing everything wrong that can be done wrong".
Sharif's election brings to a close a week-long constitutional confrontation that reached its climax on Sunday when Khan lost a no-confidence vote, although the nuclear-armed nation is likely to remain prone to political and economic turbulence.
North Korea on Monday marked 10 years since Kim Jong Un was elected as the leader of the ruling Workers' Party of Korea (WPK).
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's visit to Kyiv on Saturday and meeting with the Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky came as a surprise to the world. After his visit, many speculated that other leaders might also visit the war-torn nation.
According to a report, over hundred private jets belonging to Russian oligarchs are stuck in Dubai's airports ever since the sanctions were imposed by the Western government against Putin's regime.
Sri Lanka's Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa on Monday said the country had reached a decisive juncture and called for patience as protests continued over the government's handling of a deepening economic crisis.
The French will decide on April 24 whether to re-elect pro-business centrist President Emmanuel Macron or blow up decades of mainstream consensus in favour of far-right Marine Le Pen.
The manufacturing hub of Guangzhou closed itself to most arrivals Monday as China battles a major COVID-19 surge in its big eastern cities.