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Syrian army takes town from Islamic State in Homs - state media

BEIRUT (Reuters) - The Syrian army and allied forces recaptured a town from Islamic State on Saturday in central Homs province, where the jihadists have lost vast territory in recent months, state media said.

Non-euro states should take part in euro reform talks - EU's Tusk

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union countries still outside the euro zone should take part in euro zone reform preparations to show the unity of the bloc and the importance of the currency, the chairman of EU leaders Donald Tusk said.

U.S. House to vote on non-nuclear Iran sanctions next week

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. House of Representatives will vote next week on new sanctions on Iran's ballistic missile programme and on Lebanon's Iran-backed Hezbollah militia, senior House Republicans said on Friday, seeking to take a tough line against Iran without immediately moving to undermine the international nuclear deal.

Beware of the rolling bad apples

Bank Negara has proposed rules to tighten the financial industry’s employee screening

Feisty clash in prospect

Resurgent Liverpool will surely find a solid and cohesive Tottenham side a tough nut to crack.

Arsenal will be keen on another win after their victory in the Europa League on Thursday when they beat Crvena Zvezda with a late goal.

Britain wants Brexit accord but prepared for a 'no deal' - Davis

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain wants to reach agreement over the terms of its departure from the European Union but is prepared for a "no deal" scenario, Brexit minister David Davis said on Friday.

Deadly Somalia blast reveals flaws in intelligence efforts

NAIROBI/MOGADISHU (Reuters) - The size and methods of the latest truck bombing in Mogadishu show how international and Somali government efforts to stop the killings are failing, partly because intelligence gathering to counter such attacks is so disjointed, security sources say.  

French businesses seek clarity on Iran nuclear deal

PARIS (Reuters) - French businesses and foreign and finance ministry officials will meet next week as they work together to understand better the consequences of U.S. President Donald Trump's refusal to certify the 2015 Iran nuclear deal.

May wins Brexit reprieve, faces tough weeks ahead

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May won a modest reprieve in stalled Brexit talks on Friday, with European Union leaders signalling their readiness to move the negotiations forward in the coming months.

U.S. will not interfere in EU trade with Iran - Tillerson

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States does not aim to impede European trade and business transactions with Iran despite President Donald Trump's decision last week to decertify the 2015 nuclear agreement, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson told the Wall Street Journal.

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