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Thousands of protesters are currently blocking roads in Barcelona and other large Catalonian cities after the Spanish Supreme Court sentenced nine local pro-independence politicians and activists to prison, Reuters reported Oct. 14.
Ankara has long sought to establish a buffer zone to protect Turkey from the effects of the Syrian civil war, but as the Turkish government finally gets closer to getting what it wants, its aspirations will crash into geopolitical reality.
In what will probably be the last chance to reach an exit agreement before Brexit day on Oct. 31, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will meet with the rest of the leaders of the European Union in a summit in Brussels on Oct. 17.
U.S. President Donald Trump has ordered the withdrawal of almost the entire contingent of U.S. ground forces -- upward of 1,000 troops -- from northern Syria, AFP reported Oct. 13, citing the U.S. Defense Department.
Negotiators announced Oct. 11 that they have an initial agreement in the works. It's a positive step forward, but as with previous cease-fires in the U.S.-China trade war, disagreements over the details could again dash hopes.
Iran has claimed an incident occurred with one of its oil tankers in the Red Sea, Reuters reported Oct. 11. Officials first hinted that a missile from Saudi Arabia could have hit the vessel, although Tehran since withdrew its initial claims and reports of a fire onboard.
U.S. forces reportedly came under accidental fire from Turkish troops in northern Syria amid Ankara's advance into the region, Newsweek reported Oct. 11, citing an Iraqi Kurdish intelligence official and a senior U.S. Defense Department official.
U.S. President Donald Trump has signed an executive order authorizing the Treasury Department to impose sanctions on Turkey for its incursion into northeastern Syria, CNBC reported Oct. 11. However, the U.S. government will not yet follow through with the penalties.
The Trump administration is reportedly signaling it is more open to congressional legislation to impose sanctions on Turkey over its incursion into northeastern Syria, although it still prefers mediation over economic sanctions, The Washington Post reported Oct. 10.
Chinese authorities have unveiled a timeline to remove foreign ownership limitations hindering companies in the finance sector, noting that they will gradually eliminate relevant regulations next year, Reuters reported Oct. 11.
The European Union and the United Kingdom have agreed to enter so-called "tunnel talks" on Brexit over the weekend as part of an intense and secretive negotiation format that doesn't involve press communication, the Financial Times reported Oct. 11.