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OPEC’s oil output jumps in June as Saudi Arabia opens the taps to tame crude prices
Saudi Arabia hiked its oil output in June to the highest level since the end of 2016, as it aims to cool the market after…
Entire Thai soccer team, coach freed from cave after daring rescue, Navy says
The dramatic three-day rescue of a Thai youth soccer team that had been stuck in a flooded cave came to an end Tuesday when the…
Mexico’s leftist Lopez Obrador wins largest landslide in country’s recent history
Veteran Leftist Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has been elected president of Mexico, winning the largest landslide in his country’s recent history in a remarkable routing…
NETANYAHU THANKS TRUMP FOR KEEPING PROMISES, MOVING EMBASSY TO JERUSALEM
Sixty-nine years after Israel declared Jerusalem as its capital, and 23 years after the US Congress passed a law mandating that Washington move its embassy…
Chinese Economic Chief to Visit Washington for Trade Talks
Chinese President Xi Jinping’s top economic adviser plans to visit Washington for follow-up trade talks after Trump administration officials traveled to Beijing last week, according…
Putin Enemy Found Dead in London Home
A FORMER KGB agent accused of poisoning Russian defector Alexander Litvinenko was last night linked to a Russian businessman found dead in London.
Brexit: Jean-Claude Juncker says UK will ‘regret’ decision
Addressing the European Parliament, Mr Juncker was cheered by Eurosceptic MEPs as he noted the UK’s departure was due on 29 March, 2019.
China allows Xi to remain president indefinitely, tightening his grip on power
China removed presidential term limits from its constitution on Sunday, giving President Xi Jinping the right to remain in office indefinitely.
The country’s ruling Communist…
UK deploys military in Russia spy attack probe
British soldiers were deployed on Friday to help a counter-terrorism investigation into a nerve agent attack on a former Russian spy as speculation mounted over…
Asia-Pacific nations sign sweeping trade deal without U.S.
SANTIAGO (Reuters) – Eleven countries including Japan and Canada signed a landmark Asia-Pacific trade agreement without the United States on Thursday in what one minister…