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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.
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.
Iran has detained a French-Iranian academic researcher working in the country, according to the French Foreign Ministry, Reuters reported July 15. According to Tehran, she was detained in June on espionage charges.
The United States and Japan will hold vice ministerial-level and working-level trade talks on July 24-26, followed by a potential meeting by ministers from both sides in an attempt to quickly advance progress in trade talks after Japan's election, Reuters reported July 14.
Public opinion polls suggest that Han Kuo-yu, mayor of the port city of Kaohsiung, has won the primary vote for Taiwan's opposition Nationalist Party for the upcoming 2020 elections, AP reported July 15.
The "Peace to Prosperity" workshop in Bahrain may have been less about Palestinian prosperity and more about drawing Arab, especially Gulf, countries into the Middle East peace process -- and into deeper normalization with Israel.
The U.S. State Department has "categorically denied" recent leaks that Washington was considering a temporary suspension of U.N. sanctions against North Korea in exchange for a freeze of its nuclear program, citing U.S. Special Representative for North Korea Stephen Biegun, NK News reported July 12.