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North Korea rebuffs U.S. offer of December talks, urges halt in military drills
North Korea said on Thursday it had turned down a U.S. offer for fresh talks, saying it was not interested in more talks merely aimed at "appeasing us" ahead of a year-end deadline Pyongyang has set for Washington to show more flexibility in negotiations.

Turkey to deport American Islamic State detainee after Greece slams door
Turkey said on Thursday it would deport an American suspected Islamic State fighter to the United States after he was refused entry to Greece, and sent eight people with links to the group to Germany and Britain.

Coalition against Islamic State in disagreement on how to handle jihadi detainees
The United States on Thursday pressured members of a global coalition fighting Islamic State to allow foreign fighters to be repatriated, but despite consensus on the gravity of the problem, disagreements on whether and how to send people back persisted.

Bolivia interim President says ex-leader Morales barred from new election
Bolivia's interim President said on Thursday that leftist leader Evo Morales, who resigned and fled to Mexico amid rising pressure over vote-rigging allegations, would not be welcome to run in new elections.

Russia's Putin warns Bolivia is on the brink of chaos
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday that Bolivia was on the brink of chaos and there was a power vacuum after Evo Morales resigned as president under pressure on Sunday.

Defiant Venetians vow to stay despite flood devastation
Venetians on Thursday were adamant, despite millions of euros of damage from days of flooding, that they are determined to remain in their lagoon city no matter what.

Putin: we hope Trump visits Russia for Victory Day in May
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday he hoped his U.S. counterpart Donald Trump would come to Russia to mark Victory Day on May 9 next year and that Moscow was ready for talks with Washington.

No more surrender for Brexit Party's Farage in British election
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage on Thursday rejected demands to further help British Prime Minister Boris Johnson in next month's general election by pulling out of contests with the opposition Labour Party, saying he aimed to win enough seats to hold Johnson to account.

Chile's finance minister expects job losses, fuel hike in wake of protests
Chile's finance minister predicted on Thursday that as many as 300,000 jobs could be lost because of the impact of four weeks of rioting on one of Latin America's strongest economies.

BRICS leaders avoid discussion of Venezuela divisions
Leaders of the BRICS major emerging economies made no mention of Venezuela during a two-day summit in Brazil's capital, according to diplomats, putting aside a rift over the fate of the chaotic South American country to focus on global economic issues instead.

 

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