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Japan, South Korea agree on need for dialogue to resolve feuds
Japan and South Korea on Wednesday agreed on the need for dialogue to resolve a feud over compensating Korean wartime workers that has spilled into trade, and put a deep chill on ties between Washington’s two biggest Asian allies.
US, Central American states agree to stem migration flow
The United States and three Central American countries have reached a deal meant to stem the flow of migrants toward the US-Mexico border.
Iran, Russia, Turkey agree on Syria constitutional body, call for talks
The foreign ministers of Iran, Russia and Turkey said on Tuesday that a new Syrian Constitutional Committee should convene early next year, kicking off a viable political peace process.
Russia, Japan agree to intensify peace treaty talks
Russia's President Vladimir Putin and Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe have agreed to intensify talks aimed at reaching a peace treaty that would end a long-running territorial dispute.
German parties agree on immigration law to tackle labor shortages
Germany’s coalition parties agreed on a new immigration law on Tuesday to attract more skilled workers from countries outside the European Union (EU), in a politically risky push to fill a record number of job vacancies and stabilize the public pension system.
Arbitration body commissions: Suspended Zoroastrian councilor can take his seat
Two commissions of Iran’s arbitration body decided on Monday that a Zoroastrian councilor suspended last year can take his seat in the central city of Yazd, a lawmaker said.
Theresa May: UK cabinet has duty to agree Brexit plan
UK Prime Minister Theresa May said her cabinet has ‘a great opportunity — and a duty’ to agree a blueprint for the UK's future relationship with the EU.
Japan, US agree to increase military cooperation
Japan and the United States have agreed to increase their military cooperation in an attempt to counter the perceived threat from North Korea, officials have announced.
Australian banks agree $4.6 billion tax hit not fatal
Australia's five biggest banks on Friday agreed a surprise $4.6 billion tax can be absorbed without damaging the stability of the country's financial system or pushing lenders to move overseas, but have asked that foreign rivals face the same levy.
Cyprus leaders agree to return to reunification talks: Guterres
Greek and Turkish Cypriot leaders agreed Sunday to return to the negotiating table later this month in a new bid to clinch a historic deal on reunifying the island.
Riyadh, Moscow agree to extend oil output cuts
Russia and Saudi Arabia say they have agreed to extend a landmark agreement to cut their oil output until March 2018 – an announcement which is expected to further help stabilize prices in international markets.
Palestinian factions agree to form unity government
Leading Palestinian movements of Hamas and Fatah have agreed to form a new unity government following three days negotiations in Moscow, Russia.
Joshua, Klitschko 'agree to fight'
Britain's Anthony Joshua and Ukraine's Wladimir Klitschko agreed to fight each other, with an announcement expected in a couple of days, said promoter Eddie Hearn.
Dwarf lemurs don’t agree on sleep
Contrary to many adorable children’s stories, hibernation is so not sleeping. And most animals can’t do both at the same time.
Eurozone ministers agree to unlock new bailout money for Greece
Finance ministers from the 19-member monetary club of the European Union have struck a crucial deal with Greece’s cash-strapped government to extend further bailout money to the country.

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