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South Africa's Malema says more than 60 ANC MPs will turn on Zuma

21 July 2017

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - More than 60 ANC members in South Africa's parliament will back a no-confidence vote against President Jacob Zuma if the ballot is secret, the leader of the far-left Economic Freedom Fighters party (EFF), Julius Malema, said.

U.S. general urges more German spending to ease military transit

21 July 2017

BERLIN (Reuters) - Citing lessons learned from recent big military exercises, the U.S. Army's top general in Europe urged Germany to spend more on transportation and missile defence to help it meet its NATO target of 2 percent of economic output.

Merkel may win election, but lose her finance minister

21 July 2017

SASBACHWALDEN, Germany (Reuters) - Wolfgang Schaeuble has won his parliamentary seat a dozen times, survived an attempt on his life and guided Angela Merkel through the euro zone crisis. Now, the German chancellor may have to sacrifice him to secure a coalition deal.

Australia’s central bank in no hurry to raise rates

21 July 2017

ADELAIDE: A top Australian central banker gave a clear signal on Friday that interest rates in the country were set to remain at record lows for a while yet, wrong-footing hawks and sending the local currency sliding from a two-year peak.

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