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Trump and Xi step back from trade war, but for how long?
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The US-China cease-fire was the headline of the G20 summit. But there's another story worth watching as well: China's President Xi presenting himself as the new champion of multilateralism. – Amelia ...
The G-20 summit was overshadowed by other news. But there wasn't much to overshadow anyway.Washington Post
Bush's Economic Legacy, Little Appreciated Then, Reverberates TodayWall Street Journal
As They Left G20, America's Allies Looked to Bail Out of Trump's 'America First'Daily Beast
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Donald Trump Slams Massive Military Spending He Once Celebrated, Bemoans ‘Uncontrollable Arms Race’ – Newsweek
Donald Trump Slams Massive Military Spending He Once Celebrated, Bemoans 'Uncontrollable Arms Race'
President Donald Trump took aim at hundreds of billions of dollars he personally authorized in defense spending, calling the amount “crazy” in a Monday-morning Twitter post. Saying he was “certain” there would be a future meeting with himself and China ...
Trump calls US defense spending 'crazy,' pledges talks with Putin and XiDefenseNews.com
Trump wants 'meaningful halt' in arms race with Russia, ChinaPolitico
Trump says he expects to discuss 'meaningful halt' to 'arms race' with Putin, XiThe Hill
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Brexit: UK can sign trade deals quickly after exit says May
The UK is committed to doing trade deals beyond Europe as soon as possible after Brexit, Theresa May has said. The PM told MPs she had had discussions at last week's G20 summit on ambitious economic partnerships with Australia, Chile, Canada and ...
Attorney General Says Deal Worth Risk of Backstop: Brexit UpdateBloomberg
Not a document to sink the deal – what the Brexit legal advice summary saysThe Guardian
BREXIT LIVE: Theresa May faces EU deal CRISIS as DUP joins LABOUR rebellionExpress.co.uk
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Saudi friend of Khashoggi sues Israeli surveillance company
A Saudi dissident has filed a lawsuit against an Israeli surveillance company, claiming its sophisticated spyware targeted him and helped lead to the killing of his friend, Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. The suit, filed in a Tel Aviv court on Sunday ...
Khashoggi Friend Sues Israeli Spyware Firm Over the Journalist's MurderFortune
Israeli Software Helped Saudis Spy on Khashoggi, Lawsuit SaysNew York Times
Khashoggi's Friend Sues Israel's NSO: Spyware That Hacked My Phone Had Major Role in MurderHaaretz
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Nigerian president says he's alive, not an impostor
LAGOS, Nigeria — Nigeria's president took the extraordinary step of denying rumors that he died and was replaced by a body double, telling the country that he is alive and well. “It is the real me I assure you,” President Muhammadu Buhari said Sunday ...
Nigerian President Buhari denies death and body double rumoursBBC News
Nigerian President Says He Is Not Dead and Not a Clone: 'It's the Real Me'Newsweek
Nigerian president says he's not dead and hasn't been replaced by a Sudanese body doubleFox News
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UK Spy Chief Warns Russia It Will Pay for Hostility
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ST. ANDREWS, Scotland—The head of the U.K.'s Secret Intelligence Service warned Russia it would pay for hostile acts carried out on British soil as he blamed tactics employed by the Kremlin that had created a state of “perpetual confrontation” with ...
Britain's MI6 spymaster cautions Russia but eyes China's growing powerReuters
MI6 chief 'perplexed' over Matthew Hedges caseBBC News
MI6 Chief Calls For 'Fourth Generation Espionage' to Combat Rogue StatesNewsmax
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Trump sends letter to Pakistan asking for help with Afghan peace process
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said Monday that he has received a letter from President Trump asking for his government's help and cooperation in advancing peace talks with the Afghan Taliban insurgents. Both the Foreign ...
Trump Writes to Pakistan's Khan to Seek Cooperation on Afghan PeaceVoice of America
Trump letter to Imran Khan seeks Pakistan's help in AfghanistanYahoo News
Pakistan: Trump Seeks Imran Khan's Help on Taliban TalksU.S. News & World Report
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Emile Ratelband, 69, told he cannot legally change his age
A Dutchman who wanted to change his date of birth to boost dating prospects has lost his legal battle to do so. Emile Ratelband, still aged 69, wanted to change his birth date by 20 years to avoid what he called discrimination. "We live in a time when ...
Dutch court denies businessman's request to legally identify as 20 years youngerFox News
Dutch court rejects man's request to be 20 years youngerNBCNews.com
Dutch court rules 69-year-old man can't change his age to 49The Hill (blog)
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Nigeria's President Denies Dying And Being Replaced By Lookalike
ABUJA (Reuters) - Nigeria's President Buhari on Sunday denied claims that he had died and been replaced by a Sudanese impostor, breaking his silence on a rumor that has circulated on social media for months. Buhari, who is running for re-election in ...
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Spain Socialists dealt blow in Andalusia, far-right emerges
BARCELONA, Spain — Spain's Socialists suffered a setback in regional elections in the country's south Sunday, the first electoral test for Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez's party since he took power in June. The blow to the Socialists contrasted with the ...
Far-Right Party Wins Seats in Spain's Andalusia RegionVoice of America
Spain's Far Right Could Help Oust Socialists in Largest RegionNew York Times
Spain far-right Vox party gains foothold in Andalusia electionBBC News
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