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GENEVA (Reuters) - Kosovo's president sees only a small chance of a border deal with Serbia emerging soon but it is an opportunity that must be pursued otherwise another decade could slip by, he said after Western Balkan talks in Geneva on Tuesday.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Russia must halt its covert development of a banned cruise missile system or the United States will seek to destroy it before it becomes operational, Washington's envoy to NATO said on Tuesday.
(Reuters) - Football's law-making body will look at plans to curb time-wasting in the Premier League after Cardiff City's home match against Burnley on Sunday marked a five-year low for playing time, The Times and others reported on Tuesday.
PARIS (Reuters) - Iran's nuclear ballistic programme is a threat and the country's influence within the Middle East region is a major concern, said French defence minister Florence Parly on Tuesday.
PARIS (Reuters) - France said on Tuesday there was no doubt Iran's intelligence ministry was behind a June plot to attack an exiled opposition group's rally outside Paris and it seized assets belonging to Tehran's intelligence services and two Iranian nationals.
BRUSSELS/BIRMINGHAM, England (Reuters) - "Unworkable", "unacceptable", "impasse" - the words used to describe Brexit talks between Britain and the European Union do little to temper concerns that the two are heading for a chaotic divorce.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China has postponed upcoming security talks with the United States at the request of Washington, a Chinese foreign ministry spokeswoman said on Tuesday, amid rising tensions between the two sides over trade, Taiwan and the South China Sea.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Southeast Asian foreign ministers have urged Myanmar to give a full mandate to an inquiry commission to hold accountable those responsible for the violence in Rakhine state, Singapore said on Tuesday.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australian soccer faces its biggest upheaval in 15 years after sweeping governance reforms were endorsed on Tuesday, marking the end of the Lowy family's long reign over the domestic game.
BEIJING/GENEVA (Reuters) - China is mounting an increasingly sophisticated counterattack to criticism of its policies in the restive, heavily Muslim region of Xinjiang, courting foreign media and running opinion pieces abroad as it seeks to spin a more positive message.