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United States is committed to providing more than $900 million in critical investment to Somalia
Russian Rosselkhoznadzor has blocked the supply of 600 tons of Turkish tangerines
The European Commission has started implementing its "no deal" Contingency Action Plan, covering 14 areas where no deal would create "major disruption for citizens and businesses" in the remaining 27 EU states, including financial services, air transport and customs
Turkey is planning to buy both Russian and U.S.-made missile-defense systems should Washington agree to sell Patriot batteries to Ankara, according to two Turkish government officials
39 police officers detained on suspicion of corruption in Kirkuk
Estonia detains eight in Russian money-laundering scandal linked to Danske Bank.
IMF board approves new Ukraine loan package, releases $1.4 bn immediately
The cabinet of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Tuesday approved an increase of Japan's existing order for 42 F-35s to 147 of the aircraft as part of new defense plans that include the development of Tokyo's first post-World War II aircraft carriers.
Jordan news agency Petra says the capture and arrest of businessman and corruption suspect Awni Muttee came under royal directives; the extradition from Turkey came following a phonecall between King Abdullah and Erdogan
Mueller is preparing court filings that are expected to detail Trump associates' offers to roll back sanctions on Russia.
Prosecutors are seeking hefty prison sentences for former Telia CEO Lars Nyberg and 2 other senior company officials for their involvement in a bribery scheme in Uzbekistan. The trio are standing trial in Stockholm; a verdict is expected this February.
Lebanese Finance Minister: We are in the final stage and most likely to form a government before the Christmas holiday
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Oil's plunge continues, with WTI dropping more than 4 percent to trade below $48 a barrel
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Europe's stocks fall as souring sentiment lingers in market
Libya declares force Majeure on Sharara oil field: NOC statement.
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Oil closes below $50 for first time in a year
Airbus to boost some pay as Macron urges French firms to tackle crisis
EIA sees total Jan. shale oil regions production at 8.166mbd, +134kbd M/M (Dec. +123kbd).
Poland's central bank governor blamed political enemies for entangling him in a corruption scandal and pushing the country to join the euro area against his wishes.
U.S. military assessment finds that warships and surveillance aircraft deployed to enforce North Korea sanctions have forced oil smugglers out of the East China Sea and into smaller boats, but transfers continue.
2 business partners of Trump's ex-national security advisor indicted for conspiracy. Case against Michael Flynn associates tied to efforts to extradite Fethullah Gulen, U.S. based cleric Turkey blames for orchestrating botched 2016 coup.
US envoy Volker says notion of additional sanctions on Russia seems to be gaining traction
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Italy: Italian PM Conte has met Russian Minister of Trade and Industry Denis Manturov.
Myanmar Air Force officially inducts new JF-17 fighter jets provided by Pakistan
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PM Groisman discussed with Mogherini the need to strengthen sanctions against the Russian Federation
North Korea condemned US administration for stepping up sanctions and, warning of a return to "exchanges of fire" and that disarming Pyongyang could be blocked forever
National Defense Minister Akar: In the Aegean, the Eastern Mediterranean, army will continue to protect our rights and interests.
: The pathetic and dishonest Weekly Standard, run by failed prognosticator Bill Kristol (who, like many others, never had a clue), is flat broke and out of business. Too bad. May it rest in peace.
Russian government source tells RIA that Davos organisers have "changed their decision" and lifted restrictions on Deripaska, Vekselberg and Kostin attending the economic forum. An official Russian delegation will attend.
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Somalia PM Hassan Ali Khaire: Ethiopia is the biggest market as a potential future business partner for Somalia
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