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Tanzania's Ambassador to China suggested during a visit to Hong Kong that the $10 billion Bagamoyo port project might continue after initial reports of its cancellation, the South China Morning Post reported July 11.
A World Bank dispute settlement body has ruled that Pakistan must pay $5.9 billion to the Tethyan Copper Company as the result of a seven-year arbitration over mining rights in Pakistan's Balochistan province, Dawn reported July 15.
Ethiopia's Amhara Democratic Party (ADP) has named Temesgen Tiruneh, a former security adviser to Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, as head of the restive region after the assassination of the regional president and other key officials in June, Reuters reported July 15.
The EU Foreign Affairs Council decided to impose diplomatic and financial sanctions against Turkey on July 15 over the country's recent gas exploration and drilling operations in Cypriot waters, EUobserver reported July 16.
North Korea's Foreign Ministry has said upcoming military exercises between the United States and South Korea in August will affect the resumption of working-level talks between Pyongyang and Washington, The Japan Times reported July 16.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Stephen Mnuchin has outlined U.S. concerns over Facebook's proposed Libra cryptocurrency and said the currency must be compliant with U.S. rules on anti-money laundering and terrorist financing, among others, Bloomberg reported July 15.
The European member states of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action nuclear deal aren't planning to invoke the agreement's dispute resolution mechanism, EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini has said, Politico reported July 15.
Malaysia's government seized more than $243 million in early July from a bank account belonging to Chinese state-owned enterprise China Petroleum Pipeline Engineering and transferred it to a Malaysian state-owned energy company, The Straits Times reported July 13.
The chief executive officer of Russian oil giant Rosneft has asked the Russian government for tax breaks worth 2.6 trillion rubles ($41.3 billion) in a private letter obtained by Russian newspaper Vedomosti, the paper reported July 14.