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The United States and South Korea have postponed upcoming military exercises as a "good faith effort" to encourage a renewed push for negotiations with North Korea, according to U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper, Reuters reported Nov. 17.
Italy is planning to go ahead with a plan in its draft 2020 budget that would introduce a 3 percent tax on large digital companies' internet transactions with Italian customers, Reuters reported Nov. 15.
The European Investment Bank, the world's largest multilateral lender, announced it will stop funding most fossil fuel projects by 2021 as part of its new energy lending policy, Reuters reported Nov. 14.
Mozambique's Constitutional Council has rejected opposition group Renamo’s petition to scrap the results from the country's Oct. 15 general elections due to voting irregularities, citing "insufficient evidence," Reuters reported Nov. 14.
Moldova's Parliament has approved a new government under Prime Minister Ion Chicu after unseating the pro-Western administration of Maia Sandu on Nov. 12 in a no-confidence vote, Reuters reported Nov. 14.
Indonesia's Legislative Body, a group of lawmakers that sets priorities for the country's parliament, is supporting President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo's omnibus package to ease and streamline foreign investment, Reuters reported Nov. 13.
Afghan Chief Executive and presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah has urged the country's election commission to stop a recount of votes from the presidential election in September, saying the recount includes roughly 300,000 illegitimate votes, Reuters reported Nov. 10.
Chilean President Sebastian Pinera has announced plans to assemble an intelligence team to focus on protests, as well as submit several bills to Congress to raise penalties for demonstrators who engage in violence and vandalism, Reuters reported Nov. 7.
A group of U.S. lawmakers has urged Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to investigate reports of Turkish violations of a U.S.-brokered cease-fire in northeastern Syria and called for the reimposition of sanctions to enforce the truce, Reuters reported Nov. 6.
French President Emmanuel Macron has accused Iran of signaling a willingness to withdraw from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) nuclear deal, calling Tehran's decision to inject uranium hexafluoride gas into centrifuges at the Fordow Fuel Enrichment Plant a "profound shift," Reuters reported Nov. 6.
Vietnam could pursue legal action against China over territorial disputes in the South China Sea, according to Vietnamese Deputy Foreign Minister Le Hoai Trung, who added that negotiations remain Hanoi's preferred way of action, Reuters reported Nov. 6.
The Chilean government has downgraded its 2019 growth projections from 2.6 percent to 2.0 to 2.2 percent, Finance Minister Ignacio Briones said, citing recent protests as one contributing factor, Reuters reported Nov. 4.
Kenyan Supreme Court Chief Justice David Maraga has alleged that recent drastic budget cuts to the country's judiciary are the result of political interference by President Uhuru Kenyatta in an attempt to undermine the courts, Reuters reported Nov. 4.