A suicide car bomber rammed into a tea shop in Somalia that’s frequented by security agents located near the national security headquarters, leaving at least eight people dead, police officer Mohamed Ali said.
Clashes between anti-government protesters and police in Bangkok killed five people and wounded at least 65 yesterday, as the opposition edged a step forward in legal efforts to oust Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra.
Tanzania may delay its debut Eurobond until its next fiscal year after a delay in getting a risk assessment by Citigroup Inc. slowed the issuing of credit ratings, Finance Ministry Permanent Secretary Servacius Likwelile said.
Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra was under pressure on two fronts just days after the nation’s general election, as the main opposition party planned to petition a court to annul the vote and protesters vowed to expand demonstrations to pressure her to quit.
U.K. Treasury Second Permanent Secretary John Kingman was added to the panel considering candidates to replace Bank of England Governor Mervyn King as it begins interviews, an official at the Treasury said.