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  • Philippines’ Duterte Visit Sparks Debate Over Israel’s Diplomacy

    Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte’s arrival Sunday night is the latest in a line of populist strongmen Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has courted as he seeks to elevate his tiny nation’s place in the world and press the sale of Israeli technology and arms.

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  • U.S., Canada Pass Friday Deadline With No Nafta Deal

    The U.S. and Canada failed to meet a Trump administration Friday deadline for reaching a new trade deal to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement, but agreed to continue talks next week rather than break off negotiations.

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  • U.S.-Canada Trade Talks Take On ‘Intense Rhythm’

    Marathon trade talks between the U.S. and Canada moved into what Canada’s chief negotiator called “an intense rhythm,” as the two sides rushed to try to strike a deal by the Friday deadline set by the Trump administration.

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  • Japan to Spend Billions on U.S. Missile-Defense System

    Japan is set to pay $2.1 billion for a new U.S. missile-defense system, one of its largest military acquisitions, as pressure from President Trump accelerates Tokyo’s spending on American military hardware.

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  • Canadian Exports Drive Solid Second-Quarter Growth

    The Canadian economy rebounded in the second quarter with its best performance in a year, powered by one of the strongest export gains this decade and an acceleration in consumer spending.

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  • U.S., Canada Say Nafta Talks on Track

    As U.S.-Canada trade talks kick off in earnest, Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland reveals that the two nations already reached an accord on autos.

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  • Mexico Cites ‘Insurance’ Against U.S. National-Security Tariffs

    Mexico and the U.S. have negotiated a side letter to the revamped North American Free Trade Agreement that would soften the blow of possible U.S. national-security tariffs the Trump administration is considering for auto imports, Mexican Economy Minister Ildefonso Guajardo said.

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  • U.K. Studies Alternative Satellite Network

    Britain is studying the development of an independent, satellite-based navigation system in case Brexit leads to the U.K.’s exclusion from the European Union’s Galileo project.

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  • Moscow Postpones Afghan Peace Talks

    Russia postponed a multilateral meeting on peace in Afghanistan after the Afghan government declined an invitation to meet the Taliban in Moscow.

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  • Pope Francis Alleged to Have Known in 2013 About Sex-Abuse Charges

    Pope Francis declined to respond Sunday to accusations by a former Vatican ambassador to the U.S. that he covered up sexual misconduct by a prominent cardinal, amid a deepening crisis over sexual abuse that is increasingly overshadowing his pontificate.

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