The Maldives reaffirmed support for a Palestinian state based on 1967 borders.
The identity fraud was detected by border control officers.
A video of a sandwich infested with insects circulated on social media.
Several buildings were raided as armed soldiers patrolled the capital.
The man received multiple death threats online.
The decrease was attributed to non-payment of BPT and GST.
Parliament debated a draft report as the opposition and human rights groups issued statements.
Solih publicly rebuked Nasheed for the first time.
Officers suspected of assault were suspended.
Two women were chosen as president and vice president for the first time.
No arrests have been made a week after a presidential commission disclosed findings.
The journalist was killed by a local al-Qaeda affiliate, an inquiry commission concluded.
The plane turned back after an engine caught fire.
Lawmakers went on holiday after passing a new fisheries law.
The president has sought the judicial watchdog's counsel.
President Solih highlighted the lack of effective institutions for cooperation.
It was the first treaty of its kind signed by the Maldives.