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15 ноября, 07:04

U.K.'s May Gets Cabinet's Go-Ahead on Brexit Deal

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British Prime Minister Theresa May secured cabinet approval for her Brexit deal, clearing an important hurdle but setting the stage for a battle in Parliament that could shake her government and unravel the pact with the EU.

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15 ноября, 05:30

'It's a Crisis of Civilization in Mexico.' 250,000 Dead. 37,400 Missing.

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In an echo of Latin America’s “Dirty Wars,” tens of thousands of people have vanished in Mexico, leaving mothers behind to search for their corpses. This time the violence, linked to criminal networks, is more complex and more intractable.

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15 ноября, 05:06

United Nations Lifts Sanctions on 'Africa's North Korea'

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The United Nations lifted sanctions on Eritrea, ending a decadelong arms embargo on the strategically located East African nation and bolstering the precarious peace in one of the world’s most volatile and strategic corners.

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15 ноября, 05:04

At Summit, China Finds Multiplayer Trade Deals Don't Come Easy

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In Singapore, negotiators working on a sweeping, 16-nation trade pact backed by Beijing said they won’t finish the deal this year, citing its size and the complexity of talks among a range of economies.

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15 ноября, 04:55

Fiji Coup Leader's Re-Election Is Boon for China

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In Fiji’s election, former military leader Frank Bainimarama looks to have won the vote, an outcome likely to entrench China’s growing influence in the South Pacific.

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15 ноября, 04:40

Three South Korean Firms Plead Guilty to Fixing Fuel Prices at U.S. Military Bases

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Three South Korean companies agreed to plead guilty and pay $236 million in criminal and civil penalties for conspiring to fix prices on fuel supplied to U.S. military bases in their country, the Justice Department said.

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15 ноября, 04:38

Pence Calls On Myanmar's Suu Kyi to Pardon Jailed Reporters

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The Reuters journalists were arrested after exposing atrocities committed by the military during its deadly campaign against the ethnic Rohingya. Vice President Mike Pence made clear that imprisoning the journalists was anathema to U.S. values.

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15 ноября, 04:06

Global Economy Shows Strain as U.S. Steams Ahead

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Signs of a global slowdown are mounting, indicating a deceleration in China and trade tensions are beginning to take a toll on much of the rest of the world.

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15 ноября, 01:38

Parliament Rejects Sri Lankan President's Pick for Prime Minister

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Sri Lankan lawmakers voted to reject the appointment of a new prime minister as the country continued to struggle with a tug-of-war between its president and parliament.

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14 ноября, 22:31

Israeli Defense Minister Resigns, Threatening Netanyahu's Power

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Israel’s defense minister will resign and withdraw his party from the ruling coalition, a move could pressure Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to call for early elections.

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14 ноября, 20:47

Mexico's New Leader Set to Broaden Stamp on Central Bank Leadership

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Roberto del Cueto, a veteran Bank of Mexico board member, will resign at the end of the month, allowing President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador to reshape bank leadership earlier than expected.

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14 ноября, 08:17

Natural Disasters Take a Toll on Japan's Economy

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Japan’s economy shrank slightly in the three months through September, owing largely to a typhoon and an earthquake, but economists said a return to growth is likely if trade friction doesn’t worsen.