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OPEC has agreed to cut its oil output for the first time since 2008. The major oil producing nations struck a preliminary deal at talks in Algeria.
Turkish shares tumble 4 percent while bonds and the lira also weaken sharply after ratings agency Moody's cut Turkey's sovereign rating to "junk", triggering fears of an outflow of foreign funds.
OPEC holds an informal meeting this week in Algiers, which non-OPEC Russia will also join.
Iraq is facing a humanitarian crisis with more than 3 million people displaced by fighting over the past two years
US President Barack Obama says he is going to veto a bill that would give victims of the 9/11 attack the ability to sue Saudi Arabia.
Syrian activists have released a video they say shows the aftermath of an airstrike on an aid convoy near Aleppo. The US has expressed "outrage" over the incident, which a monitoring group says left 12 civilians dead.
King Abdullah II of Jordan calls to reform the way the UN members communicate and use technology to fight against those in Islam who "cut and paste in religious texts."
British Prime Minister Theresa May continues calls for greater scrutiny over migrants and defends each country's right to control its borders as she addresses the United Nations General Assembly.
From hybrid cars to bulletproof vests, some of Egypt's young engineers are creating new business opportunities in a country with stalling economic growth.
US Secretary of State John Kerry says Syrian President Bashar al-Assad needs to be more responsible for a truce to work.
Thousands of life jackets were laid out in Parliament Square opposite the Houses of Parliament in London on Monday as a reminder of the plight of migrants and refugees
Russian President Vladimir Putin's grip on power looks to be secure, as pro-Kremlin parties dominate parliamentary elections
New York's Governor Andrew Cuomo says the bombing that wounded 29 people in Manhattan over the weekend does not have any links to "international terrorism"
Hundreds of people from the Iraqi city of Fallujah have returned home after ISIL fighters stormed their city two years ago
The US has admitted it mistakenly launched air strikes on a target near Deir Az Zor airport, killing at least 62 Syrian soldiers
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@SA1. I'm impressed with your "rotten tomatoes" example. The analogy you draw between sitting next to a human being who happens to be obese and buying... more
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So the bill was vetoed last night by President Obama anyway. The Obama administration argues that the legislation would remove the sovereign immunity that... more
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