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Antiterrorism prosecutor says no claim made for Lyon bomb attack
No claim of responsibility has so far been made for a bomb attack in Lyon on Friday which injured 13 people, French antiterrorism prosecutor, Remy Heitz, said on Saturday.
EU says it is now up to MPs to decide next steps for Brexit
The EU said it is now up to MPs to decide the next steps for Brexit and it remains "committed" to agreeing a deal in time for the UK to leave this month.
Solari says Bale can celebrate how he likes
Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale was "ecstatic" after scoring the winner against Levante despite shrugging off the celebrations of teammates, said his manager Santiago Solari.
Pakistani ambassador says strengthening trade with Iran a priority
Pakistan's relations with Iran are beyond just being neighbors, said Islamabad's ambassador to Tehran, adding developing trade and economic cooperation and strengthening cultural relations between the two states are among the priorities of her mission in Tehran.
India says in talks with US to extend Iran sanctions waiver
India is in talks with the US to extend a waiver on sanctions imposed on Iran's crude oil exports, said a senior Indian official.
Report says obesity, bad nutrition, climate change pose triple threat to globe
Obesity, undernutrition and climate change are the biggest threats to the world population, linked by profit motives and policy inertia, a top commission said on Sunday, calling for a binding plan and trillions of dollars to thwart the dangers.
Russia says range of disputed missile allowed under INF
Moscow on Wednesday insisted the range of a missile system that has prompted Washington to say it will withdraw from a key Cold War arms treaty is allowed under the agreement.
Syria says repels Israeli air attack
Syrian military air defenses thwarted an Israeli attack on Sunday, shooting down several missiles in the south of the country, state media said.
Brexit secretary says 'hasn't spoken to EU about delaying Brexit'
The Brexit secretary cast doubt on claims UK and EU officials are talking about delaying Brexit if MPs reject British Prime Minister Theresa May's withdrawal agreement.
Switzerland says Apple pledges to fix disruptions to rival payment app
Switzerland’s competition commission (WEKO) on Tuesday said Apple Inc. has agreed to make a technical fix to prevent the automatic launch of its Apple Pay from disrupting rival Swiss payment app TWINT.
Volkswagen says next generation of combustion engine cars to be its last
German auto giant Volkswagen will begin rolling out its last generation of combustion engine cars in 2026, in its latest green pledge as it looks to turn the corner on the "dieselgate" emissions cheating scandal.
UN report says fragile climate puts food security at risk
Feeding a hungry planet is growing increasingly difficult as climate change and depletion of land and other resources undermine food systems, the UN Food and Agricultural Organization said Wednesday as it renewed appeals for better policies and technologies to reach "zero hunger."
Trump says he expects ‘great deal’ with China, but more tariffs if not
US President Donald Trump said he thinks there will be “a great deal” with China on trade, but warned that he has billions of dollars’ worth of new tariffs ready to go if a deal is not possible.
Qualcomm says Apple $7 billion behind in royalty payments
Qualcomm Inc. said in a court hearing on Friday that Apple Inc. is $7 billion behind in patent royalty payments to the mobile chip firm, which for years supplied parts for the iPhone.

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