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Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

White House aide says we want full details on Khashoggi death
The United States wants to know all the details of how Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed and talks on that are continuing with Saudi authorities, U.S. National Security Advisor John Bolton was quoted as saying on Monday.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

How the man behind Khashoggi murder ran the killing via Skype
He ran social media for Saudi Arabia's crown prince. He masterminded the arrest of hundreds of his country's elite. He detained a Lebanese prime minister. And, according to two intelligence sources, he ran journalist Jamal Khashoggi's brutal killing at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul by giving orders over Skype.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Turkey not allowed to search parked Saudi car in Istanbul on Monday: NTV
Turkish authorities were prevented from searching a parked Saudi diplomatic car in Istanbul on Monday because they were not given permission from the consulate, private broadcaster NTV said.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

UK foreign minister: Saudi claim on Khashoggi death not credible
British foreign minister Jeremy Hunt said on Monday it was not credible for Saudi authorities to claim that journalist Jamal Khashoggi died in a fight.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

U.S. coalition says it struck Islamic State fighters in Syria mosque
The U.S.-led coalition fighting Islamic State militants in Syria said it struck a mosque on Monday that was being used by the group as a command center, the second such incident in less than a week.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Armenian parliament votes down changes to electoral code
The Armenian parliament on Monday voted down changes to the country's electoral code ahead of an early election expected to be held in December.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

U.S. warships pass through Taiwan Strait amid China tensions
The United States sent two warships through the Taiwan Strait on Monday in the second such operation this year, as the U.S. military increases the frequency of transits through the strategic waterway despite opposition from China.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

UK's May tries to calm Brexit rebels, says deal almost done
Prime Minister Theresa May urged restive lawmakers to back her in the final stages of Britain's exit from the European Union, saying talks were in their most difficult stage even if a deal was close.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

India's Congress will not name Gandhi as PM candidate in election battle
India's main opposition Congress party said on Monday it would not name its leader Rahul Gandhi as the prime ministerial candidate of an alliance seeking to defeat Prime Minister Narendra Modi in next year's general election.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Biya wins Cameroon election to extend 36-year rule
Cameroonian President Paul Biya has won re-election by a landslide, the Constitutional Council said on Monday, extending his 36-year rule amid opposition claims of voter fraud.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Brazil's Haddad: Democracy at risk if 'dangerous' Bolsonaro elected
Brazil's leftist presidential candidate Fernando Haddad said on Monday that if his far-right rival, Jair Bolsonaro, wins this weekend's vote as expected, military hard-liners will threaten democratic institutions and the country's young democracy.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Brazil election poll shows Bolsonaro has 57 percent vs Haddad 43 percent
Brazil's far-right presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro has consolidated his clear lead over leftist rival Fernando Haddad in an election poll of voter intentions for Sunday's run-off vote, according to a new survey.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Albania arrests 27, targets gangs smuggling drugs to Germany
Albanian police arrested 27 people and seized narcotics and weapons on Sunday during a crackdown on gangs smuggling heroin into Germany, authorities said.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

France avoids question on Saudi Arabia weapons sales
France declined to say on Monday if it might suspend weapons sales to Saudi Arabia, after Germany called on others to follow its example until the truth about Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi's murder is established.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

UK Brexit minister: parliament will have time to scrutinize EU exit deal
British Brexit minister Dominic Raab said the country's parliament will have enough time to debate any exit deal Prime Minister Theresa May agrees with the European Union, and that lawmakers will have a real say on whether to approve it or not.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

EU eyes Brexit customs deal to break Irish deadlock: sources
European Union negotiators are looking at ways to promise Britain a customs deal that could stretch Brussels' Brexit red lines but might break a deadlock over the Irish border, EU sources close to the talks have told Reuters.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

UK might need to seek a short extension to Brexit transition: May
British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Monday that London might ask for a short extension of a planned transition period to ease its exit from the European Union.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Let's work on shortcomings in INF arms treaty, Russia tells U.S.
Russia is ready to work on addressing mutual grievances with the way that the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty is being implemented, a senior security adviser to President Vladimir Putin said on Monday.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Violent deaths of Venezuelans in Colombia more than triple in 2018
Violent deaths of Venezuelans in Colombia rose more than threefold in the first nine months of the year compared with the same period in 2017, as more desperate migrants flooded across the border to escape an economic crisis back home, a report released on Monday showed.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Humble pomegranate seed provides clue to how Yemen's war fuels hunger
The tiny, red pomegranate seed may not look like much but it helps explain why Yemen's civil war has brought millions of people to the brink of famine.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

UK lawmakers cannot delay or prevent Brexit by amending vote: Raab
Any attempt to change the wording of a vote by the British parliament on a Brexit deal reached by Prime Minister Theresa May will not impact the agreement itself or prevent or delay Britain's departure from the European Union, Brexit minister Dominic Raab said on Monday.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

'The world is watching', Kushner tells Saudi crown prince on Khashoggi
White House adviser Jared Kushner said on Monday he had urged Saudi Arabia's crown prince to be transparent about the killing of Jamal Khashoggi, and told him "the world is watching" Riyadh's account of the journalist's disappearance.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Bulgaria seizes $14.3 million in fake bills
Bulgarian authorities raided a print shop on Monday that was making counterfeit cash, and seized fake euro and dollar bills worth more than $14.3 million, the interior ministry said on Monday.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Russia says Macedonian parliament vote to back country's name change was rigged
Russia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on Monday that a vote in the Macedonian parliament that backed changing the country's name was rigged through a combination of blackmail, threats and vote-buying.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

'Why?' asks Taiwan mourner after 18 killed in crash of speeding train
Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen offered words of consolation on Monday as she met relatives of 18 people killed and 187 injured when a train derailed in the island's northeast, its worst rail disaster in more than three decades.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

NATO service member killed in apparent insider attack in Afghanistan
A service member in the NATO-led Resolute Support mission was killed and two others wounded on Monday in an apparent insider attack in Herat province, western Afghanistan, Resolute Support headquarters in Kabul said.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Taiwan closely monitored two U.S. warships' path through the Taiwan Strait
The United States sent two warships through the Taiwan Strait, the U.S. Navy and Taiwan's defense ministry said on Monday, in a move that could anger Beijing amid heightening U.S. tensions with China.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Russia pledges to act to 'restore' military balance if U.S. quits nuclear arms pact
Russia said on Monday it would be forced to respond in kind to restore the military balance with the United States if President Donald Trump carried through on a threat to quit a landmark nuclear arms treaty and began developing new missiles.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Imran Khan leaves for Saudi conference saying Pakistan 'desperate' for loans
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan left for Saudi Arabia to attend an investment conference boycotted by other leaders over the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Turkey.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Brazil's Haddad: Democracy at risk if Bolsonaro elected president
Brazil's left-leaning presidential candidate Fernando Haddad said on Monday that the country's democracy will be at risk if his far-right rival, Jair Bolsonaro, is elected in this weekend's run-off ballot, as opinion polls indicate he will.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

With divorce deal almost done, May repeats rejection of EU proposal on N.Ireland
Prime Minister Theresa May will on Monday say that 95 percent of Britain's Brexit deal has been agreed but repeat her opposition to a European Union proposal for the Irish border, a major stumbling block, as criticism within her party grows.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Cost of extending Brexit implementation period is for negotiation: UK minister
The cost of any extension to Britain's post-Brexit transition period is a matter for negotiations with the European Union, British financial services minister John Glen said on Monday.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Japan, India negotiating military logistics pact in tightening of ties
Japan hopes to clinch a military logistics pact with India that will allow access to each other's bases, Tokyo's envoy said on Monday, in a tightening of security ties seen as designed to balance China's growing weight in the region.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Biya wins Cameroon re-election by a landslide
Cameroonian President Paul Biya won an emphatic election victory with 71 percent of the vote, the Constitutional Council announced on Monday, extending his 36-year rule and cementing his place as one of Africa's longest-standing rulers.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Factbox: How does a leadership challenge to a Conservative UK prime minister work?
Prime Minister Theresa May's position as leader of the Conservative Party - and consequently her premiership - is under threat, with some lawmakers who oppose her approach to negotiating Britain's departure from the European Union saying they are taking steps to call a confidence vote.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Taiwan's defense ministry says two U.S. warships traveled along the Taiwan Strait
The United States sent two warships through the Taiwan Strait, Taiwan's defense ministry said on Monday, in a move that could anger Beijing amid heightening U.S. tensions with China.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Brother appointed to succeed killed Afghan commander
The brother of the powerful police commander of the southern Afghan province of Kandahar assassinated last week was named as his successor on Monday in move that underlines the pressures facing President Ashraf Ghani's government.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Turkey: Khashoggi murder 'monstrously planned', truth will emerge
Turkey's ruling party said on Monday Jamal Khashoggi was the victim of a "monstrously planned" murder, dismissing Riyadh's assertion he died in a fight, as Western incredulity deepened over varying Saudi accounts of the journalist's disappearance.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Belgium chooses Lockheed's F-35 over Eurofighter: Belga
Belgium has chosen Lockheed Martin's F-35 stealth jets over the Eurofighter Typhoon to replace its aging F-16s, news agency Belga cited government sources as saying, in a move that would cement the U.S.-made war plane's position in Europe.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

French foreign minister says killing of Saudi journalist grave crime
The killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was a grave crime which needs to be investigated to unearth the truth, French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said on Monday.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Morocco to deport 141 migrants arrested at Spanish enclave fence
Morocco said on Monday it would deport 141 migrants who were arrested a day earlier as they tried to storm a border fence with the Spanish enclave of Melilla.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Northern Irish DUP to back rebel Brexit amendment on Irish border: Telegraph
The Northern Irish party which props up British Prime Minister Theresa May will back an amendment proposed by rebel Brexiteer lawmakers that will effectively make the European Union's backstop proposal illegal, a Telegraph newspaper reporter said.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Former Croatia PM sentenced for bribe, war profiteering
Former Croatian prime minister, Ivo Sanader, was sentenced to two-and-a-half years in prison on Monday for taking a bribe from Austria's then Hypo Alpe Adria bank during the 1991-95 war.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Russia to draw up sanctions list targeting Ukrainian firms, individuals
President Vladimir Putin has instructed the government to draw up a list of Ukrainian firms and individuals to be targeted for economic sanctions.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Poland's euroskeptic government falling further behind with urban voters
Poland's ruling euroskeptics could see their firm grip on power loosened over the next couple of years as liberal, city-dwellers angry at the government's democratic record are voting against them in growing numbers, regional elections showed.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Car belonging to Saudi consulate found in Istanbul parking lot: NTV
A car belonging to the Saudi consulate in Istanbul has been found in the Sultangazi district of the city, broadcaster NTV and other local media said on Monday, adding that police would search the vehicle.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Trump says U.S. to exit landmark nuclear arms pact, Russia threatens retaliation
President Donald Trump said Washington would withdraw from a landmark Cold War-era treaty that eliminated nuclear missiles from Europe because Russia was violating the pact, triggering a warning of retaliatory measures from Moscow.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

EU says it will decide on Tuesday next steps on Italy budget
The European Commission will discuss and decide on Tuesday the next steps in the procedure for assessing Italy's 2019 draft budget, a Commission spokesman said on Monday.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Italy tells EU no change to budget, but will keep eye on debt, deficit
Italy told the European Commission on Monday it would stick to its contested 2019 budget plans in defiance of EU fiscal rules, but promised not to inflate its deficit any further in the years ahead.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Siemens CEO Kaeser says he will not attend Saudi investment conference
Siemens Chief Executive Joe Kaeser said on Monday that he would not attend the Future Investment Initiative conference in Saudi Arabia, following the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Turkey aide rejects Riyadh's Khashoggi death story, echoing Western skepticism
An adviser to Turkey's president on Monday rejected Riyadh's assertion that Jamal Khashoggi died in a fight, suggesting it "mocked" world opinion, as Western incredulity deepened over varying Saudi accounts of the journalist's killing.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

U.S. Treasury calls reveal 'deep concern' over South Korea banks' North Korea plans: document
The U.S. Treasury Department is "deeply concerned" about planned financial cooperation between North and South Korea and has told South Korean banks that "U.N. and U.S. sanctions on North Korea remain valid", a South Korean regulatory document has shown

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Indian police investigate death of key witness in nun rape case
Indian police are investigating the death of a witness in a case involving the alleged rape of a nun by a Roman Catholic bishop, after the body of the witness, a priest who had given a statement to police against the bishop, was found on Monday.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Northern Irish DUP to back rebel Brexit amendment: Telegraph reporter
The Northern Irish party which props up British Prime Minister Theresa May will back an amendment proposed by rebel Brexiteer lawmakers that will effectively make the European Union's backstop proposal illegal, a Telegraph newspaper reporter said.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Sheep replace traffic in the heart of Madrid
Sheep replaced the usual traffic in central Madrid on Sunday as shepherds steered hundreds of the animals through the Spanish capital to proclaim their right to use ancient migration routes.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Two children die after migrant boat sinks off western Turkey
Two children died after a boat carrying migrants sank just 50 meters off Turkey's western coast near Bodrum early on Monday, the coastguard said.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Lebanon's Hariri says he is still working to form government
Efforts to form a new Lebanese government after months of negotiation remain "on their way to a solution", prime minister designate Saad al-Hariri said on Monday.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Italy tells EU it is sticking to budget plans, keeps eye on debt, deficit
Italy's Treasury told the European Commission on Monday it would stick to its contested budget plans in defiance of EU fiscal rules, but promised to intervene if it failed to meet its debt and deficit goals.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Belgium chooses Lockheed's F-35 to replace F-16 jets: Belga
Belgium has chosen Lockheed-Martin's F-35 jets rather than the Eurofighter Typhoon as a replacement for its aging F-16s, Belgian national news agency Belga said, citing government sources.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

UK says urgent clarification on needed on Khashoggi killing
Britain on Monday called for urgent clarification of the circumstances of the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi after Saudi Arabia said it did not know details of how the dissident journalist was killed.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

No place for personal vitriol in politics, May's spokesman says
British Prime Minister Theresa May's spokesman said on Monday that there was no place for personal vitriol in politics, after weekend media reports where an anonymous critic said "assassination is in the air".

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Two Koreas, U.N. forces agree to remove weapons at border
North and South Korea and the U.N. Command agreed on Monday to withdraw firearms and guard posts in the demilitarized zone village of Panmunjom this week, Seoul's defense ministry said, the latest move in a fast-improving relationship.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Hurricane Willa strengthens to Category 4 storm off Mexico's Pacific coast
Hurricane Willa gained dangerous strength early on Monday as it churned toward Mexico's Pacific coast, an area frequented by tourists, with torrential rain and major flooding in the offing, the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) said.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Erdogan adviser dismisses Saudi explanation of Khashoggi killing
An adviser to Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan on Monday dismissed a Saudi assertion that Jamal Khashoggi died in a fight in the kingdom's Istanbul's consulate, one of several accounts of the journalist's disappearance to have emerged from Riyadh.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Israel's Mossad chief says high-tech not always a spy's friend
Spying is getting harder because the same technologies that catch terrorists can sometimes uncover foreign intelligence operations, the director of Israel's Mossad said on Monday.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Italy tells EU it is sticking to budget plans, but keeping eye on debt,deficit
The Italian Treasury told the European Commission on Monday that it would stick to its contested budget plans, but promised to intervene if it failed to meet its debt and deficit goals.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Ryanair passenger's racist rant prompts British police investigation
British police are investigating after footage of a man shouting racist abuse at an elderly black woman on a Ryanair flight went viral over the weekend, with the airline facing criticism over how it dealt with the incident.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Kremlin: We'll respond in kind if U.S. develops intermediate missiles
The Kremlin said on Monday that Russia would be forced to respond in kind if the United States began developing new missiles after quitting a landmark Cold War-era treaty.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

EU to decide next steps on Italy budget Tuesday: spokesman
The European Commission will discuss and decide on Tuesday the next steps in the procedure for assessing Italy's 2018 draft budget, a Commission spokesman said on Monday.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Germany to invite Saudi ambassador to meeting in foreign ministry
Germany's foreign ministry will ask Saudi Arabia's ambassador to join a meeting at the ministry to discuss fallout from the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a ministry spokeswoman said.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Russian oligarch under U.S. sanctions files suit against Nordic banks
Russian businessman Boris Rotenberg, under U.S. sanctions over the Ukraine conflict due to his close ties with President Vladimir Putin, has filed a lawsuit accusing four Nordic banks of breaching service contracts in Finland, a court said on Monday.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Moscow wants U.S. to explain planned exit from arms treaty: RIA
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Monday that Moscow expected Washington to explain its plans to quit a landmark Cold War-era treaty that eliminated nuclear missiles from Europe.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Italy to publish response to EU budget letter at 1000 GMT
The Treasury will publish its letter responding to EU Commission criticisms of Italy's 2019 budget at midday (1000 GMT) on its official website, a Treasury spokeswoman confirmed on Monday.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

France's Macron told Trump that nuclear pact is key to Europe's security
French President Emmanuel Macron spoke to U.S. President Donald Trump on Sunday to stress the importance of a Cold War-era nuclear treaty Trump said Washington would withdraw from, Macron's office said in a statement on Monday.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

North Korea bought at least $640 million in luxury goods from China in 2017, South Korea lawmaker says
North Korea imported at least $640 million worth of luxury goods from China last year, in defiance of U.N. sanctions outlawing such trade over North Korea's nuclear and missile programs, a South Korean lawmaker said on Monday.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

In China's Catholic heartland, Vatican deal brings Communist Party closer
In 1996, a tiny village with a huge Gothic-style church in China's Catholic heartland of northern Hebei province was the scene of a tense stand-off between the ruling Communist Party and the faithful.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Chaotic Brazil presidential campaign careens into final week
A presidential campaign that has deeply split Brazilians and is likely to end with the election of far-right candidate Jair Bolsonaro careened into the final week of campaigning on Monday.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Palestinian stabs Israeli soldier and is shot dead: military
A Palestinian stabbed an Israeli soldier and was shot dead by the wounded man and other troops in the Israeli-occupied West Bank on Monday, the military said.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Indonesia calls for 'transparent and thorough' probe of Khashoggi killing
Indonesian President Joko Widodo called for a "transparent and thorough" investigation of the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi at a meeting on Monday with Saudi Arabia's foreign minister, the foreign minister of the Asian nation said.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Turkish employees of Saudi consulate give statements in Khashoggi probe: NTV
Five Turkish employees of the Saudi consulate in Istanbul are giving statements as witnesses under an investigation into the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, Turkish broadcaster NTV said on Monday.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

'Why?' asks Taiwan mourner, after 18 killed in train disaster
Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen offered words of consolation on Monday as she met relatives of 18 people killed and 187 injured when a train derailed in the island's northeast, its worst rail disaster in more than three decades.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Poland vote results due on Tuesday at earliest: committee
Poland will announce regional election results on Tuesday at the earliest, an election official said, after an exit poll showed the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) scored limited gains in Sunday's contest.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

S&P expects Poland's deficit to rise ahead of 2019 elections
Poland's deficit is likely to rise ahead of parliamentary elections next year, but will not exceed 2 percent of gross domestic product, an analyst for S&P Global Ratings said Monday.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

U.S. general confirmed wounded after Afghanistan shooting
U.S. Army Brigadier General Jeffrey Smiley, was confirmed as one of two Americans wounded in Thursday's attack that killed the police chief of the southern Afghan province of Kandahar, a spokeswoman for the NATO-led Resolute Support mission said.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

EU's Moscovici doesn't want crisis with Italy, expects answers on budget
The European Commission does not want any crisis with Italy over its budget plans, but it expects answers to its concerns, European Economic Affairs Commissioner Pierre Moscovici said on Monday.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Germany urges other EU states to also stop arms exports to Saudi Arabia
Germany wants other European Union member states to follow its example in stopping arms exports to Saudi Arabia as long as uncertainty remains over the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, Economy Minister Peter Altmaier said on Monday.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

China says United States is wrong to pull out of nuclear arms pact
It is wrong of the United States to unilaterally pull out of a landmark Cold War-ear treaty that eliminated nuclear missiles from Europe, China said on Monday.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Normality returns for some in Damascus after fighting ends
Some people in the Syrian capital Damascus have been able to enjoy a semblance of normality since fighting in the area ended in May, but in the rubble of shattered, destitute towns nearby, life could not be more different.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Italy says it's ready to discuss budget with EU authorities
The Italian government is ready to sit and discuss its budget targets with European Union authorities, Deputy Prime Minister Luigi Di Maio said on Monday, restating that the populist coalition had no plan to leave the euro.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Austria says EU must reject Italy's draft budget unless it's changed
The European Commission must reject Italy's draft 2019 budget unless changes are made to it, EU presidency holder Austria said on Monday.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Two dead after migrant boat sinks off western Turkey: coast guard
Two people died after a boat carrying migrants sank just 50 meters off Turkey's western coast near Bodrum early on Monday, the coast guard said.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

EU's Moscovici says does not want crisis with Italy, expecting answers on budget
European Economic Affairs Commissioner Pierre Moscovici said the European Commission did not want any crisis with Italy over its budget plans but that the EU executive still had questions and was awaiting answers on Monday.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

South Korea says fighter jet deal with Indonesia is on track, despite $200 million unpaid
South Korea said on Monday a project to develop a fighter jet with Indonesia was on track, and it will negotiate a way for Indonesia to pay its contribution, of which about $200 million is unpaid.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Austria says EU must reject Italy's draft budget unless it is changed
The European Commission must reject Italy's draft budget unless changes are made to it, Chancellor Sebastian Kurz of Austria, which holds the European Union's rotating presidency, said on Monday.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Resettle Nauru child refugees, two independents tell Australia PM
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison should transfer child refugees off a remote Pacific detention center, two independent lawmakers said on Monday in return for supporting his shaky government, a move that would be a major policy shift.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Ireland says Brexit transition extension can't be alternative to Irish backstop: newspaper
An extension to Britain's post-Brexit transition period cannot be an alternative to the "backstop" agreement governing the Irish border, Ireland's foreign minister was quoted as saying on Monday by the Irish Times newspaper.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Migrant boat sinks off western Turkey, some dead, hurt: NTV
Some people drowned and others were hurt after a boat carrying migrants sank near Bodrum, off the western coast of Turkey, broadcaster NTV reported on Monday.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

'Why did it happen?' asks Taiwan mourner, after 18 killed in rail disaster
Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen offered words of consolation on Monday as she met relatives of the 18 dead and 187 injured after a train derailed in the island's northeast, the worst rail disaster in more than three decades.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Saudi Arabia has 'no intention' of 1973 oil embargo replay: TASS
Saudi Arabia has no intention of unleashing a 1973-style oil embargo on Western consumers and will isolate oil from politics, the Saudi energy minister said on Monday amid a worsening crisis over the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

Reuters World News
Oct 22, 2018

Chinese rescuers race to save workers trapped in mine accident: Xinhua
Chinese authorities have dispatched rescue workers to save miners trapped after an accident at a coal mine in the eastern province of Shandong late on Saturday, Chinese state media reported on Sunday.

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