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China's foreign ministry welcomes North Korea nuclear test halt

China's foreign ministry said on Saturday it welcomed a move by North Korea to halt nuclear and missile tests.

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Romania to move Israeli embassy to Jerusalem, says ruling party

A final embassy relocation decision rests with Romanian President Iohannis, who said he had not been consulted.

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China could do one thing to help internationalize the yuan — but it probably won't

Reuters China is introducing an oil futures contract that is denominated in yuan. That's in effort to internationalize the yuan and pull global reliance away from the dollar. But that's not likely without removing capital controls — an unlikely mov

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Soros foundations to quit Hungary amid political hostility

George Soros' Open Society Foundations will close their Budapest office and move eastern European operations to Berlin.

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Turkey has called a snap election and it's all about power and a 'deteriorating' economy

Turkey's president surprised markets Wednesday by announcing that he would hold snap presidential and parliamentary elections in June with experts saying the move is a sign of both panic and genius.

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Armenia protesters oppose ex-president's move to PM seat

Thousands of people are flooding into the Armenian capital to protest the former president's shift into the prime minister's seat, which they see as an attempt to hold on to power.

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Don’t know your DMZ from your CIA? Here’s everything you need to understand about the North Korea crisis

IT’S one of the defining conflicts of our times, with tubby tyrant Kim Jong-un and brash billionaire Donald Trump locked in a high-stakes gamble and  nuclear war just one wrong move away. Now, in an unexpected twist, plans are on the cards for a fa

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Remnants of migrant caravan move toward US-Mexico border

The remnants of a migrant caravan of Central Americans that drew the ire of President Donald Trump are continuing their journey north through Mexico toward the U.S. border.

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Philippines' Duterte says he ordered investigation of Australian nun

MANILA (Reuters) - Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said on Wednesday he ordered the investigation into a 71-year-old Australian nun for "disorderly conduct", justifying it as a legal move against "undesirable" foreigners.

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Zimbabwe sacks thousands of nurses on strike

But some believe the dramatic move is just a tactic to get the nurses to go back to work.

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China imposes anti-dumping deposits on US sorghum

US sorghum producers are looking at "all legal options" available to them in response to China's move.

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Air Force is applying Facebook's retired 'move fast and break things' mantra to its space programs

The U.S. Air Force announced new principles and reforms to its space programs Tuesday, largely to increase speed and defensive capabilities

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China Central Bank Takes Pre-Emptive Move Against Ebbing Growth

China’s central bank gave a green light to banks to dig into reserves to lend more, signaling government worries about slowing momentum for economic growth amid rising trade tensions with the U.S.

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Domino’s will now deliver your pizza to a park bench, beach or sports field

If you're hungry and hanging out at the beach and don't want to move, then Domino's will now deliver a pizza to you

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US strike on China's ZTE another blow for Qualcomm

A move by the US to ban American firms selling components to the Chinese ZTE Corp will also hit Qualcomm.

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Thousands of opposition supporters rally in Armenian capital

Thousands of opposition supporters have blocked traffic in the Armenian capital over a recent change of government that the opposition sees as a move by the ex-president to stay in power.

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Tell us what you think: What will move markets most in the coming days?

For this week's Trader Poll, we want to know what you think will move markets the most in the days ahead.

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Arab leaders mute on Syria strikes at Saudi summit

US-led strikes not discussed at Arab League but leaders call Trump's Jerusalem move 'null and illegitimate'.

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Myanmar says 'seriously concerned' over war crimes prosecutor move on Rohingya jurisdiction

YANGON (Reuters) - The government of Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi expressed "serious concern" on Friday over a move by the International Criminal Court prosecutor seeking jurisdiction over alleged deportations of Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar to Bangla

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Donald Trump's threats clear Syrian regime warplanes from the skies

Syrian regime warplanes have carried out barely any raids since Donald Trump threatened strikes, as Bashar al-Assad’s forces scramble to move weapons and equipment away from sites they fear will be hit by US missiles.

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Russia lawmakers draft list of US imports that could be banned

The move is a reaction to new U.S. sanctions on a group of Russian tycoons and officials.

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US sends mixed signals over military action in Syria

US defence chief urges caution as Moscow warns against any move that could trigger conflict between US and Russia.

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Russia warns the US that Syrian airstrikes could spark war

Moscow on Thursday night warned against any US move that could trigger a conflict between the nuclear-armed rivals.

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Mueller has reportedly decided to move forward without an interview with Trump

AP The special counsel Robert Mueller is now reportedly preparing to move forward without an interview with President Donald Trump in his obstruction-of-justice case. Trump was leaning toward granting Mueller an interview but is said to have decided agai

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Bionic woman helps others thrive after paralysis

Amanda Boxtel was 24 years old when she lay in a hospital bed, unable to move her legs.

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New Zealand bans all new offshore oil exploration as part of 'carbon-neutral future'

Prime minister Jacinda Ardern says move ‘will essentially take effect in 30 or more years’ time’The New Zealand government will grant no new offshore oil exploration permits in a move that is being hailed by conservation and environmental groups as

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Trump economic advisor Larry Kudlow: Tariffs might come before negotiations with China

The latest move by China was “very positive,” but that doesn’t necessarily mean tariffs won’t happen before talks occur, Larry Kudlow says.

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UK reportedly orders subs towards Syria for possible missile strikes

British Prime Minister Theresa May has reportedly ordered British submarines to move within missile range of Syria.

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Leaving Catalonia was the right move, CaixaBank chairman says

The Spanish lender made the right choice in changing headquarters during the Catalonian crisis, Jordi Gual said.

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UAE accuses Somalia over $9.6 million seized at airport

The United Arab Emirates is condemning what it calls an "illegal" move by Somalia to seize $9.6 million from an aircraft at the Mogadishu airport.

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School shooting: Teachers in Pennsylvania get 16in bats after Florida

The school district admits the move is largely symbolic but the bats serve as a "last resort".

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Panama bans Venezuelan airlines for 90 days in tit-for-tat move

Suspension set for three months starting April 25 mirrors similar temporary ban announced by Venezuelan government.

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Russia wants to ditch the dollar for oil payments

Reuters/RIA Novosti Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak says Russia needs to move to national currencies in payments for oil settlements.  Cryptocurrencies could aid Russia's intended currency move, according to an analyst. The move could change

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