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A Taliban delegation met China’s special representative for Afghanistan in Beijing on Sunday to discuss the group’s peace talks with the United States, a spokesman for the militant group said. The meeting comes after US President Donald Trump’s eleventh-hour cancellation earlier this month of the negotiations between...

Chinese telecoms equipment maker Huawei Technologies Co is joining forces with China Mobile to potentially enter a dispute to buy struggling Brazilian carrier Oi SA, in an attempt to boost its footprint in Latin America’s largest market,O Globo news website reported on Saturday. According to the media outlet, both Chinese...

MEXICO CITY: Hurricane Lorena advanced on Saturday through the Gulf of California after the Category 1 storm made landfall near the popular Los Cabos beach resort, the Mexican hurricane monitor said. With maximum sustained winds of 120 kilometers (75 miles) per hour, the storm is expected...

OTTAWA: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, campaigning for re-election, vowed on Friday to ban assault rifles but fell short on handguns, saying only that he would help cities restrict pistols and revolvers in response to a spate of shootings. "You don´t need military-grade assault weapons, ones...

SANAA: The Huthi rebels announced late Friday that they planned to halt All attacks on Saudi Arabia as part of a peace, initiative to end the devastating conflict in Yemen. Mehdi al-Mashat, the head of the Huthis´ supreme political council, announced in a speech marking the 2014 seizure of the capital Sanaa "the halt of all...