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Myanmar opens peace conference with ethnic rebels

Jul 11, 2018

Myanmar's leader Aung San Suu Kyi and the country's military commander have opened a major conference with representatives of ethnic minority groups to try to reach a lasting peace after seven decades of strained relations and armed conflict

Afghan official: Attackers in east storm building, kill 10

Jul 11, 2018

Afghan official says suicide bombers stormed a government building in eastern Nangarhar province, killing 10 civilians

Mexico's incoming president to meet with Trump son-in-law

Jul 10, 2018

Mexican President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador is enjoying a bit of a honeymoon with U.S. President Donald Trump, and is effusive in praising the U.S. leader's restraint in not bringing up his proposed border wall

UN envoy meets with Yemen's president in Aden

Jul 10, 2018

Yemen's news agency says a U.N. envoy has met with President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi in the southern city of Aden in an effort to revive peace negotiations with Shiite rebels

Official: Suicide bomber kills 12 in Afghanistan

Jul 10, 2018

Afghan official says at least 12 people, including two intelligence service agents and 10 civilians, have been killed in a suicide attack in eastern Afghanistan

Saudi-based Islamic organization hosts Afghan conference

Jul 10, 2018

The Saudi-based Organization of Islamic Cooperation is hosting a two-day conference to encourage peace talks to end Afghanistan's nearly 17-year war

Panama, China open talks on free trade agreement

Jul 10, 2018

Officials from Panama and China are meeting in the opening round of talks to reach a free trade agreement, one year after the two countries established diplomatic relations

7 slain at house party in suburb of Mexico's Guadalajara

Jul 9, 2018

Mexican authorities and media reports say masked gunmen killed seven people at a house party on the outskirts of the west-central city of Guadalajara

Myanmar court rules Reuters reporters can face full trial

Jul 9, 2018

Myanmar court says prosecution of Reuters journalists can go to full trial

Erdogan names Cabinet for Turkish presidency with new powers

Jul 9, 2018

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan named the members of his Cabinet after he was sworn in Monday under a new governing system that grants him sweeping executive powers and which critics think gives him far too much control

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