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Macedonia signs NATO accession accord
NATO members signed an accord with Macedonia on Wednesday allowing the tiny ex-Yugoslav republic to become the 30th member of the US-led alliance after a deal with Greece ended a 27-year-old dispute over its name.
Polish deputy FM meets Iranian officials over dispute on anti-Iran summit
Polish Deputy Foreign Minister Maciej Lang held a meeting with his Iranian counterpart after Tehran denounced a decision by the European country to host an anti-Iran summit organized by the United States, according to IRNA.
Iran vows to help settle India-Pak 'Jadhav' issue
Iran will work with India and Pakistan to bring the region closer to peace and security by resolving the dispute over an Indian national detained by Pakistan on spying charges, Iran's foreign minister has told Indian television.
South Korea December exports seen rising only slowly year-on-year amid China-US dispute
South Korean exports in December are likely to increase less than in the previous month due to cooling demand from major economies led by China, a Reuters survey found on Wednesday.
Macedonia, Greece end 27-year name dispute
Macedonia agreed to change its name to end a 27-year dispute with Greece.
Russia’s Gazprom settles dispute with EU antitrust bodies
Russia’s giant energy company Gazprom, which is involved in massive gas exports to Europe, has reached an agreement with European Union antitrust regulators, in what could settle long-running disputes over the company’s pricing mechanisms and its reluctance to allow competition in Eastern Europe.
Egypt, Ethiopia, Sudan in dispute over dam on Nile
Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia have failed to reach a deal on the distribution of water from the Nile River.
‘Comfort women:’ South Korea won’t let go despite deal
South Korean President Moon Jae-in says Japan’s wartime sexual enslavement of Korean women constituted “crimes against humanity,” saying the case is not closed despite a deal between South Korea’s former president and Japan that seemed to resolve the dispute.
Rex Tillerson urges Arab states to resolve dispute with Qatar
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has called on Arab monarchies to resolve their diplomatic dispute with Qatar, during a visit to the Persian Gulf.
China accuses US, German embassies in Beijing of meddling
China has accused the US and German embassies of meddling in the country's internal affairs after they objected to the prosecutions of an activist and a lawyer.
James calls Trump a 'bum' as president's dispute with sports stars continues
Donald Trump sparked an angry response from NBA legend LeBron James, who called him a 'bum' after he rescinded Stephen Curry's White House invitation.
China demands India pull out troops from disputed Himalayan territory
China has called on India to withdraw its troops from a disputed territory in the Himalayan mountains near the borders with China and Bhutan and avoid an “escalation of the situation.”
Kuwait: Qatar dispute may have undesirable consequences
Kuwait’s emir has warned that the dispute between Qatar and several other Persian Gulf states could lead to "undesirable consequences."
Parents eye Austrian asylum in Italy vaccination dispute
A group of German-speaking parents in northern Italy are so angry about a new requirement to get their children vaccinated that they plan to seek asylum in nearby Austria.
Qatar dispute revives row with Persian Gulf neighbors
A recent alleged hacking of Qatar's official state news agency has sparked a row with its Arab neighbors in the Persian Gulf, with analysts predicting that it could even fuel old tensions in the region.

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