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Two of Canada's intelligence agencies are at odds over whether the country should bar equipment from Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei from Canada's 5G networks, The Globe and Mail reported Nov. 12.
Japanese and South Korean defense ministers will likely meet on the sidelines of an Association of Southeast Asian Nations summit that starts later this week, The Japan Times reported Nov. 12, citing unnamed government sources.
Philippine Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana has said he sees no reason to extend martial law in the restive Mindanao region, even as he urged lawmakers to approve legislation to empower police and seek a long-term solution to security problems, Philstar reported Nov. 11.
Spain's acting prime minister, Pedro Sanchez, has said he has reached a preliminary deal with the left-wing Podemos party as part of an attempt to form a coalition government, El Pais reported Nov. 12.
A man identified as a Yemeni has attacked three performers with a knife during a live show in a Riyadh park, Al Jazeera reported Nov. 12. The motives behind the attack remain unclear; none of the victims was seriously hurt.
South Africa's Special Investigating Unit Special Tribunal has received the first series of cases to prosecute government departments accused of looting billions of rand in recent years, Fin 24 reported Nov. 11.