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China says US trade claims ‘destructive’

China says US trade claims ‘destructive’

"[We] will take necessary measures and safeguard legitimate rights and interests of Chinese businesses," Beijing said.

India to keep trade ties with Iran under sanctions

India to keep trade ties with Iran under sanctions

One item in focus was the strategic Iranian port of Chabahar which has been exempted from the sanctions regimen.

Putin calls for INF dialogue

Putin calls for INF dialogue

Trump had said he wanted to withdraw from the INF treaty because of alleged Russian violations.

Putin, Trump meeting likely next month

Putin, Trump meeting likely next month

Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu said that both countries needed a "more active dialogue".

Russia defeated ISIL in Syria: Defense Minister

Russia defeated ISIL in Syria: Defense Minister

More than 85,000 Islamist extremist fighters have been killed in the past three years, Moscow says.

‘Winter is coming,’ IMF told at Bali summit

‘Winter is coming,’ IMF told at Bali summit

Indonesia's President said weak coordination among developed countries led to uncertainty in the global economy.

Brazilian elections: Two candidates dogged by controversy

Brazilian elections: Two candidates dogged by controversy

Whoever wins the vote will inherit a country of enormous potential almost destroyed by decades of mismanagement.

Lavrov blasts Western powers, invites Trump to Russia

Lavrov blasts Western powers, invites Trump to Russia

UN involvement in war-ravaged Syria should focus on infrastructure construction and restoration.

Netanyahu regrets death of Russian troops in Syria

Netanyahu regrets death of Russian troops in Syria

Although the Russian aircraft was shot down by Syrian defenses, Moscow has blamed Israel for the incident.

Japan: Resolve islands dispute before Russia peace treaty

Japan: Resolve islands dispute before Russia peace treaty

Putin had said that he wanted to sign a peace treaty "not now, but by the end of the year".