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Jul 18, 2018

Google Hit With Record $5 Billion EU Fine in Android Case
The EU fined Alphabet's Google $5 billion, a record for the bloc that could loosen the company's grip on its biggest growth engine: mobile phones.

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Jul 18, 2018

Why Europe's English-Language Boom Is a Bust for the U.K.
Britons' complacency about learning other languages in view of the growing dominance of their own is a competitive disadvantage in the making, Simon Nixon writes.

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Jul 18, 2018

White House Weighs Allowing Russia to Question Ex-U.S. Ambassador
The acknowledgment that the White House was reviewing a request by Russian President Vladimir Putin to allow Russian investigators to question a number of Americans prompted immediate alarm among former diplomats.

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Jul 18, 2018

Damage Control on Air Force One
President Donald Trump and his team realized he had made mistakes during a news conference in Helsinki alongside Russian leader Vladimir Putin, and intense efforts to address the situation began on the long flight home.

WSJ World News
Jul 18, 2018

Mexico Says U.S., Mexico Aim to Reach Nafta Deal by Late August
Senior U.S. and Mexico officials have agreed to step up talks to overhaul the North American Free Trade Agreement with the aim of reaching a preliminary deal by late August, Mexico's Economy Minister said Wednesday.

WSJ World News
Jul 18, 2018

U.S. Weighs Destinations for Islamic State Detainees in Syria
The U.S. has returned about two dozen suspected Islamic State fighters detained in Syria to their home countries as it grapples with the fate of hundreds more, leaving the door open to sending some to the American prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, U.S. defense officials said.

WSJ World News
Jul 18, 2018

Canada's Trudeau Shuffles Cabinet Over Trade Concerns
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shook up his cabinet to prioritize trade diversification amid uncertainty over the North American Free Trade Agreement, and to get the Liberal government ready for next year's elections.

WSJ World News
Jul 18, 2018

In Cave's Darkness, Thai Boys Found Light Even Before Rescue
When the 12 boys of the Wild Boars soccer team in northern Thailand realized they were trapped in a flooded cave, they "lost their minds—out of control," crying day and night, before the team's coach was able to start getting the frantic boys to sit quietly and focus on breathing and sleep.

WSJ World News
Jul 18, 2018

Canada's Trudeau Shuffles Cabinet Over Trade Concerns
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shook up his cabinet to prioritize trade diversification amid uncertainty over the North American Free Trade Agreement, and to get the Liberal government ready for next year's elections.

WSJ World News
Jul 18, 2018

Iran's Businesses Begin to Buckle Under Sanctions Threat
New U.S. sanctions are sending a shock through Iranian businesses even before they take effect, pressuring the country's leaders to prevent a return to economic isolation.

WSJ World News
Jul 18, 2018

Canada's Trudeau Reshuffles Cabinet Over Trade Concerns
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shook up his cabinet to prioritize trade diversification amid uncertainty over the North American Free Trade Agreement, and to get the Liberal government ready for next year's elections.

WSJ World News
Jul 18, 2018

EU Enlists Trade Rival China to Update Global Rules, Counter U.S. Protectionism
The European Union is pressuring China to open its economy to outsiders and help revamp an international trade system now under fire by the Trump administration.

WSJ World News
Jul 18, 2018

What Saudi Women Drivers Want: Muscle Cars
With the driving ban on women lifted, showrooms in the kingdom stocked cars they thought Saudi women would be drawn to, such as brightly colored mini-SUVs. Instead, they're opting for models that are loud and fast.

WSJ World News
Jul 18, 2018

Thailand Boys Recount Their Ordeal in Cave
The 12 Thai boys and their soccer coach who spent more than two weeks trapped in a flooded cave were discharged from the hospital and recounted their ordeal, describing how they tried to dig their way out at one point and subsisted on water seeping from the cave roof.

WSJ World News
Jul 18, 2018

Saudi Women Don't Just Want to Drive, They Want 400 Horsepower
With the driving ban on women lifted, showrooms in the kingdom stocked cars they thought Saudi women would be drawn to, such as brightly colored mini-SUVs. Instead, they're opting for models that are loud and fast.

WSJ World News
Jul 18, 2018

American Cites Academic Intolerance as Reason for Leaving China
Christopher Balding, known as a prolific commentator on Chinese economic policy and an outspoken critic of state censorship, has left China after losing his academic post at a prestigious business school.

WSJ World News
Jul 18, 2018

South Korea Suspects 9,000 Tons of North Korean Coal Made It Into the Country
Seoul is looking for the suspected North Korean coal that entered its ports last year despite a ban on such shipments, in what would be another example of Pyongyang exploiting gaps in the U.S.-led sanctions regime.

WSJ World News
Jul 18, 2018

Assailing 'Haters,' Trump Again Defends Remarks Alongside Putin
President Donald Trump defended his conduct at a news conference earlier in the week alongside Russian leader Vladimir Putin, a day after he reversed his public questioning of U.S. intelligence agencies.

WSJ World News
Jul 18, 2018

American Professor Notes Narrowing Limits for Discussion in Leaving China
Christopher Balding, known as a prolific commentator on Chinese economic policy and an outspoken critic of state censorship, has left China after losing his academic post at a prestigious business school.

WSJ World News
Jul 18, 2018

Throughout the Middle East, the Web Is Being Walled Off
Authoritarian governments in the Middle East are increasingly adopting a version of China's approach to online censorship, cutting citizens off from swaths of the internet, often with the aid of Western technology.

WSJ World News
Jul 18, 2018

Coughing Up Reform: Japan Tightens Smoking Laws a Little
Japan tightened its smoking rules ahead of the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, belatedly joining a global trend after long being one of the easiest places among developed economies to light up.

WSJ World News
Jul 18, 2018

Trump Reverses on Russian Meddling, Backs U.S. Findings
President Donald Trump said he has "full faith" in U.S. intelligence services and accepts that Russia meddled in the 2016 elections, reversing course from his remarks alongside Vladimir Putin Monday after a barrage of criticism that he failed to stand up to the Russian president.

WSJ World News
Jul 17, 2018

Nicaragua Cracks Down on Rebel City
Hundreds of Nicaraguan police and paramilitary forces loyal to President Daniel Ortega swarmed the city of Masaya on Tuesday in a violent effort to quell protests demanding the leader's ouster.

WSJ World News
Jul 17, 2018

May's Brexit Plan Narrowly Survives in Parliament
Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plan narrowly passed in Parliament on Tuesday, a struggle that casts doubt on whether she can negotiate an exit deal with the European Union that is acceptable to British lawmakers.

WSJ World News
Jul 17, 2018

Trump Reverses Course, Says Russia Meddled in Election
President Donald Trump reversed course on his comments during a news conference with Vladimir Putin, saying he had full faith in the U.S. intelligence community's conclusion that Russia attempted to interfere with the 2016 election.

WSJ World News
Jul 17, 2018

Trump Says He Accepts Russia Meddled in 2016 Election
President Donald Trump reversed course on his comments during a news conference with Vladimir Putin, saying he had full faith in the U.S. intelligence community's conclusion that Russia attempted to interfere with the 2016 election.

WSJ World News
Jul 17, 2018

Trump Stands by His Positive Read of Putin Summit Amid Criticism
President Donald Trump, fresh off a weeklong trip to Europe, hailed his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin as "even better" than his meetings with NATO allies, despite facing widespread criticism for his comments at the summit.

WSJ World News
Jul 17, 2018

Divisions in U.K. Government Imperil May's Brexit Strategy
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit strategy was in peril after lawmakers sought to rewrite the plan, casting doubt on whether she can negotiate any exit deal with the EU that Parliament would accept.

WSJ World News
Jul 17, 2018

U.S. Expects China to Buy Even More Iranian Oil After Sanctions
Some in Washington now expect China to vacuum up much of the Iranian oil that other nations won't buy because of the threat of U.S. sanctions.

WSJ World News
Jul 17, 2018

Ethiopia's New Leader Shakes Up One-Party System
Ethiopia's charismatic young leader, Abiy Ahmed, is conducting an experiment with implications for the continent: delivering shock therapy to one of the world's most entrenched one-party systems.

WSJ World News
Jul 17, 2018

Russia Criticized for Handling of Politkovskaya Probe
The European Court of Human Rights ruled that Russia failed to properly investigate the murder of investigative journalist Anna Politkovskaya, who exposed the brutality and corruption of security forces in Chechnya.

WSJ World News
Jul 17, 2018

Japan, EU Sign Trade Deal: 'We Stand Together Against Protectionism'
The leaders of Japan and the European Union signed a deal to create one of the world's largest liberalized trade zones, a contrast to escalating trade disputes between the U.S. and several of its trading partners.

WSJ World News
Jul 17, 2018

Chinese Hit Movie 'Dying to Survive' Injects Urgency in Drug-Price Push
A dark comedy dominating the Chinese box office this summer has tapped into public discontent about pharmaceutical costs, and is being linked to a new government effort to tamp down prices of cancer drugs.

WSJ World News
Jul 17, 2018

Why U.S. Metals Tariffs Are Unlikely to Change Trade Patterns
U.S. dependence on aluminum from Canada and a tightly woven supply chain suggest Trump administration efforts to buoy the American metals sector with levies won't work

WSJ World News
Jul 16, 2018

Afghanistan Plans New Cease-Fire as Part of Peace Push
The Afghan government plans to announce a second cease-fire with the Taliban during a major Muslim holiday in August as part of an effort to kick-start peace talks involving the U.S., the Islamist insurgency and the government, Afghan and U.S. officials working on the process said.

WSJ World News
Jul 16, 2018

Gun-Rights Activist Charged With Acting as Russian Agent
A Russian woman accused of trying to set up back-channel relationships with Republican politicians through the National Rifle Association was arrested and charged with not registering as a foreign agent in Washington, the Justice Department said.

WSJ World News
Jul 16, 2018

IMF Still Expects Global Economy to Grow 3.9% This Year
Despite months of negative headlines—from escalating trade conflicts to European political turmoil to emerging-market currency declines—global economic growth has remained robust.

WSJ World News
Jul 16, 2018

Egypt Passes Law to Regulate Media as President Sisi Consolidates Power
Parliament granted the government sweeping powers to regulate media, a move critics say will boost the Sisi regime's ability to crack down on free speech and dissent.

WSJ World News
Jul 16, 2018

Trump Questions Finding of Russia's 2016 Meddling as He Appears With Putin
President Donald Trump on Monday publicly questioned the U.S. intelligence conclusion that Moscow interfered in the 2016 presidential election as he stood beside Russian leader Vladimir Putin, after the leaders met for four hours on issues including arms control and the future of Syria.

WSJ World News
Jul 16, 2018

Trump, Putin Vow to Address Syria Crisis
President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin agreed to work together on solving the Syrian crisis—with both focusing on the need to guarantee Israel's security.

WSJ World News
Jul 16, 2018

Appearing With Putin, Trump Questions Finding of Russia's 2016 Meddling
President Donald Trump publicly questioned U.S. intelligence agencies' conclusion that Moscow interfered in the 2016 presidential election while standing beside Russian leader Vladimir Putin, saying he "didn't see any reason why" the finding would be true.

WSJ World News
Jul 16, 2018

European Governments Explore Financial Channels for Iran
The French, British and German governments have told Iran they are exploring accounts at their central banks that would keep the Iranian nuclear deal alive by providing a financial conduit, say officials familiar with the discussions.

WSJ World News
Jul 16, 2018

The Biggest Takeaways From the 2018 World Cup
The 2018 World Cup will likely influence the game for years thanks to a series of transformative developments that took place in Russia and fundamentally changed what we know about international soccer.

WSJ World News
Jul 16, 2018

France Begins Release of Hundreds of Radicalized Inmates
Hundreds of inmates radicalized during the war in Syria and the rise of Islamic State will be released from French prisons before the end of next year.

WSJ World News
Jul 16, 2018

Appearing With Putin, Trump Disputes Finding of Russian Election Meddling
President Trump publicly disputed U.S. intelligence agencies' conclusion that Moscow interfered in the 2016 U.S. presidential election while standing beside Russian leader Vladimir Putin after their summit, saying he "didn't see any reason why" the finding would be true.

WSJ World News
Jul 16, 2018

Trump Hails 'Deeply Productive Talks' With Putin, Who Denied Election Interference
U.S. President Donald Trump said he and Russian President Vladimir Putin had "direct, open, deeply productive" talks on Monday and that the two nations would seek greater cooperation in the "pursuit of shared interests."

WSJ World News
Jul 16, 2018

China Shifts Gears to Support Economic Growth
Fall-offs in factory output and investment in buildings, machinery and such are weighing on China's growth, which came in at 6.7%, complicating Beijing's task in managing the world's second-largest economy amid a trade conflict with the U.S.

WSJ World News
Jul 16, 2018

France Erupts After Les Bleus Win the World Cup
The French soccer team won the World Cup in Moscow on Sunday, 20 years after the team containing Zinedine Zidane lifted the trophy for the first time

WSJ World News
Jul 16, 2018

Photos: France Erupts After Les Bleus Win the World Cup
The French soccer team won the World Cup in Moscow on Sunday, 20 years after the team containing Zinedine Zidane lifted the trophy for the first time

WSJ World News
Jul 16, 2018

Trump Hopes to Repair Strained U.S.-Russia Ties At Summit With Putin
Speaking at the start of a one-on-one meeting with Vladimir Putin, which is expected to last about 90 minutes, President Trump said the two leaders would discuss issues related to trade, the military, nuclear weapons and China, including their "mutual friend" President Xi Jinping.

WSJ World News
Jul 16, 2018

China Cozies Up to EU as Trade Spat With U.S. Escalates
China courted the European Union as an ally in its trade conflict with the U.S., offering to improve access for foreign companies and work with the EU on reforming the WTO.

WSJ World News
Jul 16, 2018

Trump Blames U.S. for Poor Relations Before Putin Summit
President Trump blamed the U.S. for the state of its relationship with Moscow that he said had "NEVER been worse," raising the question of how hard he intends to press Russian President Putin during their meeting.

WSJ World News
Jul 16, 2018

Photos: Key U.S.-Russia Summits Over the Decades
A look back at past meetings involving leaders of both nations, as President Donald Trump prepares to meet Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin.

WSJ World News
Jul 16, 2018

Where Colombian Rebels Ruled, Drug Gangs Now Fight for Control
In the year since the FARC rebel group disarmed, a new dynamic has taken hold in remote regions of Colombia: Drug gangs are battling each other and the state for control of the country's booming cocaine trade.

WSJ World News
Jul 15, 2018

Eleven Killed in Nicaragua as Government Targets Opposition Strongholds
Nicaragua's embattled President Daniel Ortega moved to tighten his grip on power, as paramilitary forces loyal to his government attacked antigovernment protesters over the weekend, killing an estimated 11 people.

WSJ World News
Jul 15, 2018

Trump Looks to Temper Expectations Ahead of Putin Summit
President Donald Trump enters his summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin with a determined effort to lower expectations, as his top aides say the goal is to open a conversation rather than accomplish a reset of U.S.-Russian relations.

WSJ World News
Jul 15, 2018

France Revels in World Cup Victory
A river of joyous humanity filled the Champs-Élysées Sunday in an outpouring of national euphoria after France beat Croatia to notch its first World Cup victory in two decades.

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Jul 15, 2018

Inside Israel's Raid to Seize Nuclear Documents in Iran
Israeli agents covertly extracted documents detailing Iran's nuclear program in a dramatic 6½-hour operation in Tehran in January, removing a trove that included partial designs for a nuclear warhead, Israeli officials said.

WSJ World News
Jul 15, 2018

Israel Broadens Fight Against Iran
Israel is ramping up attacks against Iranian supply lines in Syria to block the flow of weapons to Hezbollah and other Tehran-backed militias, as it seeks to drive its foe away from its borders.

WSJ World News
Jul 15, 2018

U.S., North Korea Meet Again to Discuss War Remains
Senior U.S. and North Korean officials met on Sunday to discuss steps to repatriate the remains of American soldiers that died in the Korean War, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said in a statement.

WSJ World News
Jul 15, 2018

Iraq Struggles to Contain Protests Over Government Dysfunction
Iraqi authorities deployed troops across the country's south and blocked access to the internet as protests over poor government services grew violent, with demonstrators breaking into oil facilities, burning political-party offices and shutting Najaf Airport.

WSJ World News
Jul 15, 2018

Truce Called After Israel Strikes Gaza Over Rockets, Arson
Israel and Gaza settled into an uneasy truce after their most intense fighting since the 2014 war over the weekend, reflecting pressure on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's government to find a way to end Hamas's attacks.

WSJ World News
Jul 15, 2018

British Leader's Brexit Plan Imperiled by Conservative Hardliners
The future of British Prime Minister Theresa May's post-Brexit plan hangs on a kernel of hardliners within her own Conservative Party devoted to ending the influence of the European Union in the U.K.

WSJ World News
Jul 15, 2018

Trump-Putin Talks Are Set to Ease Russia's Isolation
President Donald Trump's summit with President Vladimir Putin on Monday to discuss international security issues will mark a symbolic end to the American effort to isolate Russia after its 2014 annexation of Crimea.

WSJ World News
Jul 15, 2018

Theresa May Says Trump Advised Her to Sue the EU
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May revealed the secret advice she received from President Donald Trump on how to handle Brexit talks: He suggested the U.K. sue the European Union.

WSJ World News
Jul 15, 2018

Trump Pressured to Confront Putin Over Election Hacking
The indictment of 12 Russian agents accused of hacking Democratic computers moves the topic of meddling in the 2016 presidential election higher on the agenda ahead of President Donald Trump's summit meeting with Vladimir Putin.

WSJ World News
Jul 14, 2018

Haiti's Prime Minister Resigns
Haitian Prime Minister Jack Guy Lafontant resigned amid calls for him to step down over his handling of a failed plan to raise fuel prices that set off a wave of deadly protests.

WSJ World News
Jul 14, 2018

Croatia Eyes the Greatest Upset in World Cup History
A country of Croatia's size toppling France in the World Cup final would be the biggest ever coup in this tournament.

WSJ World News
Jul 14, 2018

Russian Agency at Center of Hacking Indictment Long Operated in Shadows
Since the breakup of the Soviet Union, Russia's military intelligence agency has been blamed for what Western experts say are some of the Kremlin's most nefarious activities.

WSJ World News
Jul 14, 2018

Russia-U.S. Military Ties Strengthen While Political Ties Fray
Top U.S. and Russian military officers have strengthened contacts, underscoring Moscow's success in using military links to re-establish dialogue despite deteriorating political ties.

WSJ World News
Jul 13, 2018

Trump Affirms Support for U.K.'s May, Post-Brexit Trade
President Trump expressed his support for a trade pact with the U.K., seeking to walk back earlier comments in which he said Theresa May's Brexit plan would "kill" the chances of such a deal.

WSJ World News
Jul 13, 2018

Deadly Bombings and Ex-Leader's Arrest Roil Pakistan Before Vote
At least 132 people were killed at campaign events, as ex-Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was arrested following a graft conviction he disputes.

WSJ World News
Jul 13, 2018

In Mexico, Pompeo Delegation Discusses Immigration, Trade, Security
A U.S. delegation led by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met with Mexican President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador, part of an effort to mend strained ties as the country's leadership swings to the left.

WSJ World News
Jul 13, 2018

Poland Steps Up Supreme Court Purge
Poland's government is drafting new laws to rush its purge of the Supreme Court, racing ahead of efforts by the European Union to halt what authorities in Brussels view as a rapid erosion in rule of law.

WSJ World News
Jul 13, 2018

U.S. and Allies Consider Possible Oil-Reserve Release
The Trump administration is assessing whether to dip into the U.S.'s emergency oil stocks while it pushes other countries to boost their output amid rising prices.

WSJ World News
Jul 13, 2018

In Mexico, Pompeo Delegation Set to Discuss Immigration, Trade, Security
They planned to meet with Mexican President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador, part of an effort to mend strained ties as the country's leadership makes a swing to the left.

WSJ World News
Jul 13, 2018

Former Prime Minister Sharif Arrested Moments After Landing in Pakistan
Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, convicted earlier this month of corruption, was arrested after he returned to Pakistan, as his political party fights to retain power in the current election campaign.

WSJ World News
Jul 13, 2018

Trump, U.K.'s May Affirm Commitment on Post-Brexit Trade
President Donald Trump expressed his commitment to striking a trade agreement with the U.K., seeking to row back earlier comments in which he said Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plan would "kill" the chances of such a deal.

WSJ World News
Jul 13, 2018

France, on the Brink of a World Cup Win, Has the Bleus
Fans, while ecstatic as their team prepares to face off with Croatia in Sunday's final, are also disappointed by the team's non-French, workmanlike approach; ‘We had to be pragmatic'

WSJ World News
Jul 13, 2018

Mandela's Troubled Legacy
As the world celebrates the centenary of his birth, the example of his character endures, but the movement he led is now divided over his principles of reconciliation

WSJ World News
Jul 13, 2018

Turkey's Finance Minister Vows to Fight Inflation
Turkish Finance Minister Berat Albayrak sought to quell investor concerns that his nomination and measures giving President Erdogan increased power over the central bank heralded loose monetary policy.

WSJ World News
Jul 13, 2018

Trump Affirms Support for May, U.K. Trade Deal Following Tensions Over Brexit
President Donald Trump and U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May affirmed their commitment to striking a trade deal, seeking to project unity after the U.S. leader in an interview criticized the prime minister's approach to Brexit.

WSJ World News
Jul 13, 2018

Trump Says U.S. Looks Forward to Finalizing Trade Deal With U.K. After Brexit
President Donald Trump said the relationship between the U.S. and Britain was indispensable to the cause of liberty, justice and peace, a day after publicly bashing the U.K. prime minister's approach to Brexit in an interview.

WSJ World News
Jul 13, 2018

Cash Flows: Beijing Opens the Taps With Rail Projects and More Lending
China is accelerating efforts to prop up economic growth, clearing the way for infrastructure projects and boosting bank lending, as domestic demand fades and the trade fight with the U.S. escalates.

WSJ World News
Jul 13, 2018

U.A.E. Backed Militia Bid to Control Libyan Oil Exports
United Arab Emirates officials have engaged in secret talks with a Libyan military commander seeking the Gulf state's help in exporting Libya's oil outside of United Nations-approved channels, Libyan, Emirati and European officials said.

WSJ World News
Jul 13, 2018

Trump Fuels Anxiety in Europe Over Security
A tense NATO summit and President Trump's scheduled meeting with Russia's Putin are fueling uncertainty about the U.S.'s commitment to defending Europe and reinforcing the view that the region needs to provide for its own security.

WSJ World News
Jul 13, 2018

Trump Reconvenes With May in Wake of Stinging Interview
Tensions were running high ahead of planned talks between U.S. President Donald Trump and U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May, after the U.S. leader bashed the prime minister's approach to Brexit.

WSJ World News
Jul 13, 2018

U.A.E. Backed Militia Leader's Bid to Take Control of Libyan Oil Exports
United Arab Emirates officials have engaged in secret talks with a Libyan military commander seeking the Gulf state's help in exporting Libya's oil outside of United Nations-approved channels, Libyan, Emirati and European officials said.

WSJ World News
Jul 13, 2018

China's Trade Surplus With U.S. Hits Record as Fight Intensifies
China's trade surplus with the U.S. surged to a record monthly high in June, with exports swelling just as trade tensions between the world's two largest economies escalated.

WSJ World News
Jul 13, 2018

Trump Says May's Brexit Plan Could 'Kill' Chances of U.S. Trade Deal
President Donald Trump warned U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May that a plan her government released Thursday outlining its future economic relationship with the European Union could hurt chances of a bilateral trade deal.

WSJ World News
Jul 13, 2018

Trump Says May's Brexit Plan Could 'Kill' Chances for U.S. Trade Deal
President Donald Trump warned U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May that a plan her government released Thursday outlining its future economic relationship with the European Union could hurt chances of a bilateral trade deal.

WSJ World News
Jul 12, 2018

Syria's Former Rebel Strongholds Endure as Regime Reasserts Control
President Bashar al-Assad's forces are maintaining pressure on Eastern Ghouta with arrests, military conscriptions and restricted food supplies months after the capture of the Damascus suburb in order to assert the government's grip over the former rebel stronghold.

WSJ World News
Jul 12, 2018

Trump Criticizes May on Brexit
President Donald Trump warned U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May that a plan her government released Thursday outlining its future economic relationship with the European Union could hurt chances of a bilateral trade deal.

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Jul 12, 2018

Trump Cites Kim Letter as Sign of Progress With North Korea
President Donald Trump took the unusual step Thursday of releasing a letter he received last week from North Korean leader Kim Jong Un that hailed their summit meeting in Singapore as the "start of a meaningful journey" and called for "practical actions" on both sides.

WSJ World News
Jul 12, 2018

Accentuate the Positive: North Korea Is Looking to Build Trust, Moon Says
South Korean President Moon Jae-in played down concerns that North Korea is reneging on its pledges to dismantle its nuclear-weapons program, in his first public response to Pyongyang's statement last week that its will to denuclearize had been shaken.

WSJ World News
Jul 12, 2018

Germany Delays Greece's Final Bailout Payment
Germany held up the final bailout disbursement for Greece, a move indicative of how difficult it will be for the southern country to regain financial sovereignty even as it exits an eight-year bailout regime in August.

WSJ World News
Jul 12, 2018

U.S. Calls Out China, Russia on North Korea Energy Caps, Urges U.N. Action
The Trump administration asked a U.N. panel to ban oil-product sales to North Korea this year, calling out China and Russia for exports Washington alleges have often been in violation of sanctions.

WSJ World News
Jul 12, 2018

European Governments Fail to Agree on Redistributing Migrants
European governments on Thursday failed to reach an agreement on redistributing migrants across the bloc, one of the thorniest issues facing the continent as a backlash against refugees gathers speed.

WSJ World News
Jul 12, 2018

China's Effort to Control Debt Loses Steam
China is letting up on its drive to keep a lid on debt growth as it faces a softening economy at home and a trade conflict with the U.S.

WSJ World News
Jul 12, 2018

Trump Says He Expects to 'Get Along' With Putin at Summit
President Donald Trump said he expected a friendly exchange with Russian President Vladimir Putin at their summit, as he concluded testy NATO talks that left some U.S. allies concerned the alliance was projecting a message of discord to Moscow.

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