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Russia, US trade warnings ahead of Syria ‘final battle’

Russia, US trade warnings ahead of Syria ‘final battle’

Moscow gave US officials intelligence reports of an imminent false flag operation in Syria's Idlib area.

China, N Korea reject Trump’s claims

China, N Korea reject Trump’s claims

South Korea said it regretted Trump's decision to cancel Pompeo's trip to Pyongyang.

China-US trade talks fizzle

China-US trade talks fizzle

The Ministry of Commerce said that it is pursuing a resolution through the WTO dispute settlement mechanism

Lula should be allowed to run in election, supporters say

Lula should be allowed to run in election, supporters say

The Supreme Electoral Court will rule on Lula's eligibility by September 17, but many say he will be barred.

Border tensions highlight Venezuelans’ economic distress

Border tensions highlight Venezuelans’ economic distress

Many Venezuelans facing dire economic conditions have been staying in neighboring countries.

BRIC tourists to South Africa still down a quarter from 2013

BRIC tourists to South Africa still down a quarter from 2013

In 2016, there was a 21.7 per cent rebound; Tourism South Africa in 2017 launched a major campaign in India.

China protests US Defense Act

China protests US Defense Act

Can’t we just get along? File photo of US President Donald Trump with Chinese President Xi Jinping. It is unclear how the tariffs and the NDAA will affect their warm

India’s SENSEX breaks records

India’s SENSEX breaks records

Growth is a sign of a healthy investor environment and a durable banking sector reform policy, experts say.

South Africa business leaders endorse BRICS multilateralism

South Africa business leaders endorse BRICS multilateralism

African leaders - and Turkish President Erdogan - were invited to the 10th Summit in Johannesburg last week.

BRICS Summit prioritizes defence of the multilateral trading system

BRICS Summit prioritizes defence of the multilateral trading system

Leaders of the five nations vowed to protect the multilateral system, which they said is now threatened.