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EU set to grant extension to UK

EU member states are expected this morning to grant an extension of Britain’s membership of the EU until January 31 next year.

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US troops withdrawing from northern Syria are expected to move to western Iraq

U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper said on Saturday that all of the nearly 1,000 troops withdrawing from northern Syria are expected to move to western Iraq to continue the campaign against Islamic State militants and “to help defend Iraq.”

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Portugal heads to polls with Socialists set to remain in power

Portugal’s centre-left Socialists are expected to retain power and win more parliament seats in general elections on Sunday, after four years of economic growth, but still fall short of an outright majority.

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UK to release Iranian oil tanker soon – Official

Over the past several weeks, Britain’s move in seizing an Iranian oil tanker has overshadowed Tehran-London ties, with the risk of further escalation in common maritime areas in sight. The tensions, however, are expected to be cooled down as report suggest that the Iranian tanker is going to be released in the coming days.

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Crude Games: Why US Attempt to Flood Oil Market to Hurt Iran Will Backfire

Last week, the Department of Energy announced plans to sell off up to 6 million barrels of crude stocks from the US’ Strategic Petroleum Reserve, with deliveries expected to take place between April and May, just as Washington’s ‘temporary waivers’ on Iranian oil to major importers, including China, India and Japan, are expected to expire.

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Cubans to vote in constitutional referendum

More than eight million Cubans are expected to go to the polls this Sunday to vote on a new constitution that would shape the country’s economic, social and political future.

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Finland: Protesters Poised For Historic Trump-Putin Summit

Over a dozen protests are expected to take place across Finland between Saturday and Monday, when the Trump-Putin summit is slated to take place in Helsinki.

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Malaysia: Mahathir joins protest against electoral map changes before election

MALAYSIAN former prime minister and current opposition leader Dr Mahathir Mohamad joined hundreds of protesters on Wednesday to rally against the tabling of changes to the country’s electoral boundaries ahead of polls that are expected to be called within weeks.

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Catalonia’s Puigdemont could face charges on crucial day for test of direct rule

Papers are expected to be lodged at courts in Madrid today levelling possible charges against ousted Catalan President Carles Puigdemont and other separatist leaders.

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Hamas-Fatah deal revitalizes hope for a Palestinian unity government

In line with its latest attempts to be introduced as a political movement rather than an armed resistance one, Palestinian Hamas movement has reached a deal with rival Fatah over the control of Gaza. The details of the agreement are expected to be finalized soon.

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What to expect from the new round of Syria talks in Astana?

A fresh round of international negotiations on the Syrian crisis has started in Kazakhstan, aimed at reconciling different views on how to proceed with the political process in the war-torn country. Meanwhile, some new developments are expected regarding Russia’s plan of “de-escalation zones” in Syria.

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Over 190 Democratic Congressmen to Sue Trump for Corruption

More than 190 Democratic lawmakers from the US Congress are expected to file a lawsuit against US President Donald Trump in US District Court in Washington, DC on Wednesday.

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Democrats in Congress to Sue Trump Over Foreign Business Dealings

Nearly 200 Democratic members of Congress are expected to file a federal lawsuit on Wednesday accusing President Trump of violating the Constitution by profiting from business dealings with foreign governments.

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Flight ban to Qatar begins

Egypt, one of the several countries that cut diplomatic ties with Qatar, has closed its airspace to Qatari planes as of 04:00 GMT on Tuesday.

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Danish Soldiers in Estonia Urged to Beware Russian ‘Honey Traps’

As 200 Danish soldiers are headed to Estonia as part of a rotary NATO force, intended to secure the Baltic republic from Russian “aggression,” the troops are expected to face pitfalls and snares other than out-and-out military aggression. According to the Danish Intelligence Service, the list of threats specifically includes Russian “honey traps.”

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