Pompeo, Esper drive US’s anti-China message in India go to

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Protection chief Mark Esper are in India to drive the Trump administration’s anti-China

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Turkish Cypriots choose chief as stakes soar in Mediterranean

Turkish Cypriots are voting in a management runoff to selected between an incumbent who pledges a course much less sure

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Brexit commerce talks: each EU and UK dig in heels

With each side digging of their heels as one other deadline handed, the European Union and Britain are demanding concessions

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High Russian diplomat skeptical about nuclear pact extension

Russia’s high diplomat has voiced doubt that Moscow and Washington might negotiate an extension of their final arms management pact

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Turkish Cypriots select chief with peace deal at stake

Turkish Cypriots are voting for a frontrunner tasked with overcoming deep political chasms with rival Greek Cypriots with a view

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Microsoft plans $1 billion information middle enterprise in Greece

Microsoft has introduced plans to construct three information facilities in larger Athens, offering a badly wanted funding of as much

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Ambassador: Time is true for brand spanking new arms management settlement

The Trump administration has sketched out a framework that it hopes will keep away from a three-way arms race By

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Johnson says UK will stop Brexit talks if no deal by Oct 15

Prime Minister Boris Johnson is speaking powerful forward of an important spherical of post-Brexit commerce talks with the European Union

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Iran says it detains chief of California-based exile group

Iran says it has detained an Iranian-American chief of a little-known California-based militant opposition group for allegedly planning a 2008

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Worry of Chinese language justice at core of Hong Kong issues

With Britain the most recent nation to scrap its extradition treaty with Hong Kong, the main target within the semi-autonomous

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UK considers suspending extradition treaty with Hong Kong

UK International Secretary Dominic Raab is contemplating suspending Britain’s extradition treaty with Hong Kong, after China imposed a troublesome new

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India says Indian, Chinese language troops disengaging from standoff

India’s exterior affairs minister says Indian and Chinese language troops are disengaging from a monthslong standoff alongside the undemarcated border

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North Korea's army threatens to reenter demilitarized areas

North Korea’s army has threatened to maneuver again into zones that had been demilitarized underneath inter-Korean peace agreements because the

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UN: Civilian deaths by Taliban and Afghan forces on the rise

The United Nations has called for an immediate reduction of violence in Afghanistan, saying civilian deaths by both Taliban and

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US blames brutal attack on Afghan maternity hospital on IS

A U.S. official says the Islamic State affiliate in Afghanistan carried out this week’s horrific attack on a maternity hospital

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Watchdog group says US not releasing data on Taliban attacks

A U.S. watchdog agency says the U.S. mission in Afghanistan has for the first time refused to publicly release its

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Yemen's southern separatists claim sole control of Aden

Yemen’s southern separatists have broken a peace deal with the country’s internationally recognized government and claimed sole control of the

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Top US and Russian diplomats discuss arms control

The top American and Russian diplomats have discussed arms control and other issues as Moscow signals readiness to include some

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Afghan peace pact in chaos as presidential rivals squabble

Afghanistan’s incumbent president and his important political challenger are each claiming they received final 12 months’s election By KATHY GANNON

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