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French minister tells Boris Johnson: don't ban our fishermen from your waters

PARIS (Reuters) - France's agriculture minister warned incoming British prime minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday against preventing French fishermen from fishing in British waters if Britain crashes out of the European Union without an exit deal later this year.

Work faster to ratify treaty

From WENDY YEE MEI TIEN, Senior lecturer for Peace and Humanity Studies, Universiti Malaya.

Facebook, Amazon set lobbying records as tech scrutiny grows

Facebook Inc and Amazon.com Inc set records for lobbying in the second quarter as Washington ramped up scrutiny of big technology companies.

France's Hulot calls on parliament to vote against EU-Canada trade deal

PARIS (Reuters) - Popular former environment minister Nicolas Hulot on Monday urged the French parliament to vote against the EU-Canada trade deal in a last-minute bid to block the agreement.

A survivors’ story

THE 2017 Rohingya humanitarian crisis caused by Myanmar is not only affecting Bangladesh – which has taken in 740,000 refugees – but it’s also causing strife in Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand.

Iran floats offer on nuclear inspections; U.S. sceptical

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Iran on Thursday signalled a willingness to engage in diplomacy to defuse tensions with the United States with a modest offer on its nuclear programme that met immediate scepticism in Washington.

Refugees can contribute to nation

From LAMIA MOUNAVARALY of Kuala Lumpur.

North Macedonia expects NATO membership, EU talks date by year-end

LJUBLJANA (Reuters) - North Macedonia expects to become a member of NATO by the end of this year and hopes to get a date for the start of European Union (EU) accession talks in October, President Stevo Pendarovski said on Monday.

Thousands demonstrate in Sudan to mark 40 days since deadly crackdown

KHARTOUM (Reuters) - Tens of thousands demonstrated in cities across Sudan on Saturday, witnesses said, to mark 40 days since security forces killed dozens when they stormed a protest camp in the capital Khartoum.

Venezuela's Maduro ratifies Padrino as defence minister

CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Sunday announced he will maintain Defense Minister Vladimir Padrino in his post, following months of rumours that top military brass would be replaced after a failed uprising in April.