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Qureshi, Rabbani renew trust in Pak-Afghan dialogue mechanism

Pakistan and Afghanis­tan on Monday renewed their confidence in Afghanistan-Pakistan Action Plan for Peace and Solidarity (APAPPS) as the most comprehensive mechanism for bilateral dialogue on issues of concern to the two countries.

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Iran’s foreign minister in Syria for talks ahead of Idlib offensive

Iran’s foreign minister met with Syrian President Bashar Assad on Monday in a surprise visit to Damascus ahead of a looming offensive against the country’s last rebel stronghold.

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China blocks Australian state broadcaster’s website: ABC

China has blocked access to the website of Australia’s national broadcaster for breaching Beijing’s internet rules and regulations, ABC said on Monday.

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Jordan says can’t host more Syrian refugees

Jordanian Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi said Monday his country has exceeded its capacity to host refugees from Syria and is backing their voluntary return home.

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Tarnished by Bailout, Greek PM Eyes Reshuffle Before Election

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras saw his interior minister take up a key post in his leftist Syriza party on Monday, heralding a cabinet reshuffle to shore up waning support after painful bailouts.

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Asian markets rally after Wall St record, dollar eases

Asian markets rallied on Monday following a record lead from Wall Street, while the dollar remained under pressure after the head of the Federal Reserve suggested it would not speed up its pace of lifting interest rates.

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Oil stable as U.S.-China trade row weighs, Iran sanctions cut supply outlook

Oil prices dipped slightly on Monday on concerns that a U.S.-China trade dispute will erode global economic growth, although looming U.S. sanctions against Iran’s oil sector kept crude from falling further, traders said.

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Iran to open lawsuit against US sanctions at ICJ

Iran will argue Monday against renewed sanctions imposed by the United States, as a bitter legal battle between Tehran and Washington opens before the UN’s top court.

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Trump says ‘most likely’ to meet North Korea’s Kim again

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Monday he would “most likely” meet again with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, while defending his efforts to convince Pyongyang to give up its nuclear weapons.

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U.S. businesses urge Trump not to slap duties on more Chinese goods

U.S. industry representatives expressed opposition Monday to President Donald Trump’s proposed tariffs of up to 25 percent on an additional $200 billion in Chinese products, saying higher duties will affect American businesses and consumers through increased costs and prices.

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Somalis launch ‘buy Turkish products’ campaign

Somalis who graduated from Turkish universities on Monday condemned the US sanctions on Turkey and urged their compatriots to help the Turkish nation go through their difficult times, Anadolu reports.

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Trump says about Russia probe: ‘I could run it if I want’

President Donald Trump on Monday took his attacks on the Russia probe being led by Special Counsel Robert Mueller in a novel direction, declaring that he could run the investigation himself if he wanted to.

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Qasemi: missile program non-negotiable

Iran’s missile program is a non-negotiable issue and it is not linked with the country’s nuclear deal, Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman said on Monday.

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Italy lets migrant ship dock, but fate of passengers unclear

Italy will let its coastguard ship carrying 177 migrants it rescued five days ago dock in Sicily, ending a standoff with Malta, its transport minister said on Monday, though it was not clear when and if the migrants would be allowed to disembark.

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Oil prices grow at Monday’s close

Oil prices were up at the end of Monday’s trade amid investors’ concerns over tighter global oil supplies due to the US sanctions against Iran.

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