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Ties are frayed over US comments that progress has been made in nuclear talks with Iran.
The Brazilian President urged the National Congress to approve her government's spending cuts and tax increases.
Iraqi military leaders admitted that their offensive to recapture cities seized by ISIL may have ground to a halt.
39 Indian nationals were kidnapped by Islamic militants from the war-torn Iraqi town of Mosul last year.
Talks were suspended after Japan decided to "nationalize" the disputed islands, called Diaoyu by China and Senkaku by Japan.
The report said the Indian economy will grow 7.7 per cent in 2015 and 8 per cent in 2016.
Colombo Port City is among the several Chinese-funded projects that have come under the scrutiny of the new government.
Putin will meet Chinese President Xi, North Korea's Kim Jong Un in May.
Netanyahu said that if elected he would ensure that he would increase settlements and that a Palestinian state is not established.
The US is reportedly making last-ditch attempts to hinder its allies’ participation in the China-backed Bank.