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Turkey and the United States have reached an agreement over Ankara's incursion into northern Syria, the Middle East Eye reported Oct. 17. According to the deal, Turkey will halt its offensive within 120 hours to allow the Syrian Democratic Forces to withdraw from a designated safe zone along the Turkish border.
A Chinese state-owned technology company reportedly signed an agreement with the Solomon Islands government on Sept. 22 to lease the entire island of Tulagi, one day after both countries established diplomatic ties, AFP reported Oct. 17.
China's Foreign Ministry has confirmed that authorities detained last month two U.S. citizens who run an English-teaching company on suspicions of organizing others to cross the border illegally, Bloomberg reported Oct. 17.
The United States will resume financial aid for Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador after all three countries signed asylum cooperation agreements with the United States over the past months, The Washington Post reported Oct. 16.
A U.S. delegation that includes Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is meeting Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Oct. 17 in an attempt to reach a cease-fire in the ongoing Turkish offensive in northeastern Syria, NBC News reported.
The Venezuelan government is considering granting Russian oil giant Rosneft full control over state-owned energy company Petroleos de Venezuela (PDVSA), according to an Oct. 17 El Nacional report that cited unnamed industry sources.
The U.S. House Representatives has passed legislation in support of the ongoing Hong Kong protests, which mandates an annual review of the city's autonomous status from China's central government to maintain its special trade status with the United States, Bloomberg reported Oct. 15.
Thailand's public railway company is expected to sign a public-private partnership on Oct. 25 for a 220-kilometer (137-mile) high-speed rail project worth $7.5 billion linking airports to five provinces under the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC), The Thaiger reported Oct. 15.
South Korean Justice Minister Cho Kuk has resigned amid opposition pressure and public protests spurred by allegations of financial crimes and obtaining academic favors for his children, AFP reported Oct. 14.
The United Kingdom is joining other European countries in limiting its arms sales to Turkey by suspending new export licenses over Ankara's military offensive in northern Syria, Reuters reported Oct. 15.