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Japan rejects South Korean attempt to air trade row at WTO
Japan told the World Trade Organization on Wednesday that its controls on exports to South Korea were based on national security concerns, and did not constitute an embargo or an issue appropriate for discussion at the WTO.
What does EU-Swiss share trading row mean?
The European Union and Switzerland have imposed new restrictions that affect each other's financial firms.
Qatar urges de-escalation in US-Iran row
Qatar and other countries have been talking to both Iran and the United States about de-escalation, Qatari Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani said on Sunday, urging both sides to meet and find a compromise.
Row over central England mega-plan
A controversial mega-development of homes, offices and roads across central England is being backed by the British transport secretary, Chris Grayling.
Italy threatens EU funding in migrant row
Italy's populist government warned it would pull European Union funding unless it agrees to take some of the 150 people stranded on an Italian coastguard ship Friday, sparking a fresh immigration row with the bloc.
Ryanair row deepens as European pilots strike
Tens of thousands of passengers were hit by transport chaos on Friday as Ryanair, an Irish low-cost airline, pilots across Europe went on a coordinated 24-hour strike to push their demands for better pay and conditions at the peak of the busy summer season.
Turkey’s Erdogan blames US envoy for diplomatic crisis
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday blamed the US ambassador to Turkey for a diplomatic crisis between the two countries and said Ankara no longer considered him as Washington’s envoy.
Merkel says Turks safe in Germany, dismisses Ankara warning
Turks can safely come to Germany, Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Sunday, dismissing a warning from Ankara that its citizens should take care when travelling there due to what it said was an increase in anti-Turkish sentiment.
Top Merkel aide says Turkey's conduct 'unacceptable'
Turkey's behavior is "unacceptable" and Germany has a duty to protect its citizens and companies but also wants to maintain strong ties with Ankara, German Chancellor Angela Merkel's chief of staff said on Sunday.
'You belong here,' Germany tells Turks as row with Ankara rages
Germany sought on Saturday to reassure the country's three million people of Turkish descent it would stand by them as a political row with Ankara escalates, saying they were not the target of changes to government policy on Turkey.
Turkish minister seeks to cool row with Germany as Erdogan condemns German comments
Turkey's Economy Minister Nihat Zeybekci sought to calm rising tensions with Germany on Friday as Berlin said it was reviewing all applications for arms projects from Ankara.
Kremlin hopes US finds 'political wisdom' to solve diplomatic row
The Kremlin said on Monday it hoped the Trump administration would find the political wisdom to solve a diplomatic dispute with Moscow over the seizure of Russian diplomatic property in the United States.
Turkey dismisses EP vote on suspension of membership talks
Turkey rejected the European Parliament's vote on the country as invalid, while the Foreign Ministry was similarly dismissive.
Japan urges ‘peace, pressure’ in North Korea row
Japan’s prime minister has called for a peaceful resolution of tensions involving North Korea but also urged pressure on Pyongyang to force it to abandon its military nuclear program.
German chancellery: Erdogan's Nazi claim 'unacceptable'
Germany’s chancellery on Monday hit out against Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for likening a German ban on rallies by his ministers to “Nazi practices,” calling the comparison “absolutely unacceptable”.

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