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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has declined a personal invitation from South Korean President Moon Jae In to attend a Nov. 25-27 commemorative summit by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations in Busan, The Korea Times reported Nov. 21.
South African authorities have arrested former African National Congress legislator and State Security Minister Bongani Bongo on bribery accusations involving state-owned power monopoly Eskom, News24 reported Nov. 21.
The U.S. Commerce Department has begun issuing licenses to U.S. companies to export some U.S. technology and products to Huawei in areas that do not pose a risk to national security or foreign policy interests, Reuters reported Nov. 20.
The leader of Israel's Blue and White party, Benny Gantz, said he was abandoning his bid to form a coalition government, opening the door for a new election in 2020, The Times of Israel reported Nov. 20.
Indonesia's military is planning to establish three military joint operations headquarters offices in the Riau Islands, North Kalimantan and Papua, an unnamed senior official told the Jakarta Post on Nov. 20.
Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe resigned Nov. 20, prompting newly elected President Gotabaya Rajapaksa to appoint his brother, former President Mahinda Rajapaksa, as prime minister, AFP has reported.
The Colombian government will close the country's borders ahead of a national protest scheduled for Nov. 21, saying it will reopen them on Nov. 22 if demonstrations don't escalate, The Guardian reported Nov. 20.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to name Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland as his deputy prime minister when he unveils his Cabinet on Nov. 20, The Globe and Mail has reported.
The European Union is drafting a statement that calls on member states to evaluate potential suppliers of 5G technology based on the "legal and policy framework" of their respective home countries, Bloomberg reported Nov. 19.
The U.S. Court of International Trade issued a preliminary opinion on Nov. 15 declaring that President Donald Trump cannot raise steel tariffs on Turkey outside of a six-month period permitted by Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962.