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South Korea to boost electric, hydrogen cars
South Korea on Tuesday unveiled an ambitious plan to boost electric and hydrogen cars to 33 percent of the total here by 2030 as the country is pushing to foster future vehicles.
Free trade is dead
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EU's Barnier says Brexit deal still possible this week
The European Union's Brexit negotiator said a divorce deal with the United Kingdom is still possible this week but that the British government needs to come forward with a legal text.
What's in the UK government's new environment bill?
A bill to tackle environmental priorities is to be published by the government later.
Jordanian foreign ministry demands Israeli regime release two citizens
Jordan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates has called on Israeli authorities to release two Jordanian citizens, who were lately arrested after crossing the kingdom into the occupied West Bank.
Turkey will march on 'no matter what anyone says': Erdogan
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says Turkey will not back down from its offensive against Kurdish militants in northeastern Syria irrespective of “what anyone says.”
Texas police officer shoots woman to death inside her home
Atatiana Koquice Jefferson, a 28-year-old black woman, has been shot dead by a white police officer in Fort Worth, Texas, the US.
Israeli forces detain al-Quds Jerusalem governor, senior Fatah figures
Israeli military forces have arrested the Palestinian Authority Jerusalem al-Quds governor, Adnan Ghaith, and high-ranking officials from the Fatah movement during separate overnight operations across the occupied West Bank.
Journalists in Nigeria working in 'climate of fear,' Amnesty reports
Journalists in Nigeria are working in a “climate of fear” due to the detention of dozens of reporters and bloggers in the country this year, Amnesty International has said in a report.
Thousands protest against east Ukraine’s troop pullback
Thousands of Ukrainians have marched in Kiev, decrying a mooted pullback of troops fighting pro-Russia forces in the east and calling for victory in the five-year war.
EU censures Turkey’s Syria incursion, warns of consequences
The European Union has censured Turkey’s offensive against Kurds in northeastern Syria, warning about “dramatic consequences” of Ankara’s action.
Poverty-tackling trio win Nobel Economics Prize
US-based economists Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer have won the 2019 Nobel Economics Prize for their work in fighting poverty that has helped millions of children around the world.
Trump: 'Big sanctions on Turkey coming'
US President Donald Trump has said that "big sanctions" on Turkey are coming after its military launched an offensive against Kurdish fighters in northern Syria.
Mnuchin sees tariffs being imposed if no China trade deal
US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Monday that an additional round of tariffs on Chinese imports will likely be imposed if a trade deal with China has not been reached by then, but added that he expected the agreement to go through.
Angry protests erupt in Catalonia over Spain court ruling against independence leaders
Angry protests erupt across Catalonia against a decision by Spain's top court to sentence several Catalonia leaders to up to 13 years behind bars for sedition over their role in an independence referendum back in 2017.

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