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Negotiations between Sudan's Transitional Military Council and the opposition alliance have not yet resulted in a "constitutional declaration," although a signing of the deal had been expected to take place July 19, Al Jazeera reported.
Turkey and Russia are discussing new arms deals, including the licensed production of components for the S-400 missile defense system and the joint development of various air and missile-defense systems, the Anadolu news agency reported July 22.
British Foreign Office Minister Alan Duncan resigned July 22 while several other ministers, including Treasury chief Philip Hammond and Justice Secretary David Gauke, have said they will step down July 24 if Boris Johnson becomes the next prime minister, The Guardian reported.
The desert nation has established stronger security measures than neighboring Mali, Libya and Chad -- all of which are facing fast-expanding jihadist movements. But militants have already started to prioritize efforts in Niger.
The White House has announced that Turkey will be blocked from further participation in the F-35 fighter jet program over its acquisition of the Russian S-400 missile defense system, The New York Times reported July 17.
The British House of Commons has approved a motion forcing the government to address Parliament several times between October and December to inform lawmakers on the political situation in Northern Ireland, the BBC reported July 18.
Sudan's Transitional Military Council and the opposition alliance have signed an official agreement to outline the country's transitional process after the ouster of longtime President Omar al Bashir, The Guardian reported July 17.
The European Commission is opening a competition investigation into Amazon's practices of allegedly using non-public data from third-party sellers to gain an unfair advantage, The Wall Street Journal reported July 17.
Ethiopia's Amhara Democratic Party (ADP) has named Temesgen Tiruneh, a former security adviser to Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, as head of the restive region after the assassination of the regional president and other key officials in June, Reuters reported July 15.
The EU Foreign Affairs Council decided to impose diplomatic and financial sanctions against Turkey on July 15 over the country's recent gas exploration and drilling operations in Cypriot waters, EUobserver reported July 16.
The European member states of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action nuclear deal aren't planning to invoke the agreement's dispute resolution mechanism, EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini has said, Politico reported July 15.