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Andersson elected as Sweden's first woman PM
Sweden's parliament on Wednesday elected Social Democratic party leader and current Finance Minister Magdalena Andersson as the country's first woman prime minister, after she clinched a last-minute deal securing key support.
Sudan’s reinstated PM Hamdok promises path to democracy
Newly reinstated Sudanese Prime Minister Abdulla Hamdok on Monday pledged to introduce a “technocratic government” made up of qualified professionals who will lead the country on a path to democracy nearly a month after a military coup.
Iraq leaders slam life attempt on PM, vow to bring perpetrators to justice
Senior Iraqi officials decried a Saturday drone attack on the residence of Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi in Baghdad’s high-security Green Zone.
Iraqi PM says gov’t knows perpetrators of attack on his residence
Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi said his government is well aware of the identities of the perpetrators of an earlier attack on his residence in the capital Baghdad, from which he escaped unharmed.
Ethiopia PM urges 'sacrifices' to save country
Ethiopia must be ready to make "sacrifices" to "salvage" the country, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed said Saturday, as fighting in the north intensifies between government forces and Tigrayan rebels who threaten to advance on the capital.
Iraqi PM orders probe as leaders deplore violence against protesters
Iraqi leaders and resistance groups denounced attacks on people protesting against the results of last month’s parliamentary election in the capital, Baghdad, calling for self-restraint.
Ex-diplomat Kishida wins Japan ruling party vote, to become new PM
Japan's ruling party elected former foreign minister Fumio Kishida its new leader on Wednesday, setting him on course to become the next prime minister of the world's third-largest economy.
Tunisia leader picks first woman as PM at moment of crisis
Tunisian President Kais Saied named Najla Bouden Romdhane, a little-known university engineer with World Bank experience, as prime minister on Wednesday, nearly two months after he seized most powers in a move his foes call a coup.
Malaysia's new PM takes office amid mounting health crisis
A new Malaysian leader was sworn in Saturday following the previous government's collapse, reclaiming the premiership for his party without an election.
Tunisia’s president imposes month-long curfew, bans gatherings
Tunisian President Kais Saied announced a month-long curfew one day after he dismissed the prime minister.
Mali's transitional president, PM resign, to be released ‘gradually’: Military official
Malian transitional President Bah N'Daw and Prime Minister Moctar Ouane, arrested by the military ‎on Monday, have resigned and will regain their freedom "gradually‏"‏‎, said a military official, according ‎to xinhuanet.com.‎
South Korea’s PM due in Tehran for talks on frozen Iranian assets
South Korean Prime Minister Chung Sye-Kyun is to pay an official visit to Tehran to discuss bilateral issues, particularly the release of billions of dollars of Iranian funds frozen in South Korean banks due to the US sanctions.
South Korean PM to visit Iran soon: Report
South Korean Prime Minister Chung Sye-Kyun is reportedly planning to visit Tehran soon to discuss the issues pertaining to a seized ship, Hankuk Chemi, by Iran.
Libya's interim PM sworn in, promises 'government of all Libyans'
Libya's new interim Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah was sworn in on Monday to lead the war-torn country's transition to elections in December, after years of chaos and division.

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