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UK parliament to vote on Brexit delay, PM seeks to revive her deal
Britain’s parliament was due to vote on Thursday on seeking a last-minute Brexit delay and Prime Minister Theresa May sought to use the prospect of a long extension to push lawmakers to back her EU divorce deal, which they have twice rejected.
UK PM delays final parliament vote on Brexit deal
British Prime Minister Theresa May has announced that a meaningful vote in the parliament on her European Union (EU) withdrawal agreement will not be held next week as it had been expected by the British lawmakers.
Trump may extend China trade deadline, but final deal remains elusive
US President Donald Trump says the United States and China were moving closer toward a trade agreement and that he was inclined to extend his March 1 tariff deadline and meet soon with Chinese President Xi Jinping, but a final deal still remains elusive.
UK's May rules out parliament should accept her Brexit deal or face delay
British Prime Minister Theresa May has played down rumors that her government would give into a long delay for UK’s withdrawal from the European Union if a draft Brexit deal is not accepted in the parliament.
Economists: UK economy to make modest post-Brexit recovery if deal agreed
Britain’s economy will barely grow in the run-up to Brexit amid concern the UK will leave the European Union without an agreement, but if there is a deal there will be a modest post-divorce upturn, according to economists polled by Reuters.
US congressional leaders nearing $2bn border wall deal: Report
Democratic and Republican leaders in US Congress are reportedly approaching a deal that would prevent another shutdown by giving President Donald Trump some of the money he has requested to build a wall on the border with Mexico.
Europe must take more drastic measures to save Iran nuclear deal: Analyst
Europeans need to take more “drastic measures” to save the Iran nuclear deal, says a political analyst, adding that all their actions following the US withdrawal from the agreement have not been enough.
Tehran, Moscow ink customs deal
Directors of Iranian and Russian customs administrations signed a cooperation document in Moscow on Wednesday to fight smuggling and breaching customs regulations.
Central African Republic govt. signs peace deal with armed groups
The government of the Central African Republic and 14 armed groups on Tuesday inked a new peace accord seeking to end years-long fighting that has left thousands of people dead.
Central Africa peace deal to be initialed Tuesday: Sudan
A peace accord between the Central African Republic government and 14 armed groups will be initiated in Khartoum on Tuesday, and signed in full at a later date, the government in Sudan, which hosted the peace talks, announced.
Zarif says Trump's INF withdrawal proves any deal with US not worth the ink
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says the United States' decision to suspend its compliance with the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty with Russia sends the message that any deal with the US government is not worth the ink, even treaties ratified by the Congress.
US Blue Origin signs launch deal with Canada's Telesat
Jeff Bezos’ rocket company, Blue Origin, signed a deal with Canada’s Telesat to launch part of a satellite constellation aimed at providing speedy Internet access to governments and businesses globally, the companies said on Thursday.
Japan-US talks on bilateral trade deal likely to face delay
Japan and the US are unlikely to open negotiations on a proposed bilateral trade pact before the end of this month, due chiefly to the prolonged partial US government shutdown, sources said.
Police fire tear gas as Greeks rally over Macedonia name deal
Police fired tear gas to disperse protesters outside parliament on Sunday as tens of thousands of Greeks rallied in Athens to protest against a name deal with Macedonia.

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