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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.
Iran has offered the United States permanently enhanced inspections of its nuclear program in exchange for Washington's agreement to lift all sanctions against Tehran, Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif said during a visit to New York City, The Guardian reported July 18.
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 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.
A World Bank dispute settlement body has ruled that Pakistan must pay $5.9 billion to the Tethyan Copper Company as the result of a seven-year arbitration over mining rights in Pakistan's Balochistan province, Dawn reported July 15.
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 chief executive officer of Russian oil giant Rosneft has asked the Russian government for tax breaks worth 2.6 trillion rubles ($41.3 billion) in a private letter obtained by Russian newspaper Vedomosti, the paper reported July 14.
Public opinion polls suggest that Han Kuo-yu, mayor of the port city of Kaohsiung, has won the primary vote for Taiwan's opposition Nationalist Party for the upcoming 2020 elections, AP reported July 15.
The "Peace to Prosperity" workshop in Bahrain may have been less about Palestinian prosperity and more about drawing Arab, especially Gulf, countries into the Middle East peace process -- and into deeper normalization with Israel.