Germany’s biggest lenders have shied away from business with Iran after past penalties for breaching US sanctions, but smaller banks have leapt on opportunities afforded by the nuclear deal rejected by President Donald Trump.
Iran sanctions shadow falls on smaller German banks
Libyan rivals will meet on Tuesday in Paris to agree on a political roadmap that aims to resolve disputed issues to pave the way for UN-backed elections this year.
Libyan rivals set for crunch Paris talks to break political deadlock
Colombians vote on Sunday in a deeply divisive presidential ballot that has stirred fears the winner could upset a fragile peace accord with Marxist FARC rebels or derail the nation’s business-friendly economic model.
Colombians vote for new president, with peace deal, economy at stake
Israeli tank fire kills three Palestinians
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UK arms sales to Israel hit record in 2017
South Korean President Moon Jae-in said Sunday that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un committed in their surprise meeting to sitting down with US President Donald Trump and to a "complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula."
South Korea: Kim commits to summit with Trump, denuclearization
Qatar said it was banning products originating from the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Bahrain, almost a year after those states imposed an embargo on Doha.
Qatar bans goods from blockading countries
The Iran nuclear deal is a barometer for the European Union to measure how it can act independently in the face of the extraterritorial laws imposed by the United States, said an expert on international issues
Iran Deal barometer for EU to exercise independence of action
Bahrain, one of the Saudi-led quartet of countries boycotting Qatar, says there is no solution in sight for the diplomatic crisis with Doha that has dragged on for almost a year.
Bahrain: No solution in sight for diplomatic standoff with Qatar
Iran’s Foreign Ministry said on Sunday the country’s top diplomat Mohammad Javad Zarif plans to meet Indian officials on bilateral and regional issues during a trip to the South Asian country Monday.
Iran’s foreign minister due in India for talks on bilateral ties
The US withdrawal from the JCPOA is likely to be messy, if not unstable, with Europe doing quite a bit to maintain economic relations and Iran breaking some parts of the nuclear deal but abiding by most of it, at least for a while, said Professor of International Affairs at Columbia University Robert Jervis.
Result of US withdrawal from Iran Deal 'messy': US Prof.

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