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Britain and U.S. to step up space cooperation
Chris SkidmoreJuly 17, 2019 ET
Britain and U.S. have signed a statement of intent, which paves the way for Britain\'s commercial satellite communication and navigation services to be used by future U.S. missions to the Moon, the British Space Agency said on Tuesday.
Bolivia's joining Mercosur to strengthen trade in region
Bolivia MercosurJuly 17, 2019 ET
Bolivia\'s joining the Southern Common Market (Mercosur) will allow it to link and be a gateway between the Pacific and Atlantic oceans and will strengthen trade, Deputy Trade and Integration Minister Benjamin Blanco said Tuesday.
Ursula von der Leyen elected as new European Commission president
Ursula von der LeyenJuly 16, 2019 ET
MEPs narrowly backed Ursula von der Leyen as the next President of the European Commission.
$1.14 million will bring high-speed internet in several Alabama communities
AlabamaJuly 16, 2019 ET
Governor Kay Ivey announced she has awarded more than $1.14 million in grants to provide access to high-speed internet in several Alabama communities.
New Zealand proposes new digital service to make business easy
Stuart NashJuly 16, 2019 ET
New Zealand announced on Tuesday a new digital platform which aims to make it easier for small businesses to access services from multiple government agencies, leaving them more time to focus on their own priorities.
China urges US to stop wrong moves on Iran nuclear issue
Geng ShuangJuly 16, 2019 ET
China calls on the United States to stop its wrong moves on the Iran nuclear issue and respect the legitimate rights and interests of all parties, a Foreign Ministry spokesperson said Monday.
Ukraine extends ban on imports of Russian goods until December 2020
Kiev streetJuly 16, 2019 ET
Ukraine’s government has extended its ban on imports of Russian goods until December 31, 2020, by amending the relevant decree.
EU imposes sanctions against Turkey over gas drilling off Cyprus
Turkey drilling off CyprusJuly 16, 2019 ET
European Union foreign ministers turned up the pressure on Turkey after approving an initial batch of sanctions against the country over its drilling for gas in waters where EU member Cyprus has exclusive economic rights.
U.S. Treasury Secretary says Facebook cryptocurrency Libra needs safeguards against money laundering
Steve MnuchinJuly 16, 2019 ET
U.S. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin voiced serious concern that Facebook’s proposed Libra cryptocurrency could be misused for money laundering, adding to the growing regulatory skepticism of the social media company’s digital asset plans.
China says no cooperation with U.S. companies that sell arms to Taiwan
Geng ShuangJuly 15, 2019 ET
China\'s government and companies will cut business ties with U.S. firms involved in selling arms to Taiwan, China\'s foreign ministry said on Monday.
Tunnelling on next stage of Australia’s biggest public transport project half complete
Minister for Transport Andrew ConstanceJuly 15, 2019 ET
Tunnelling on the next stage of Australia’s biggest public transport project is about 50 per cent complete after another mega boring machine broke through into the new Crows Nest Station site.
Iran ready for talks if sanctions lifted, bullying behaviour abandoned
President Hassan Rouhani of IranJuly 15, 2019 ET
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says that if the United States lifts the sanctions and ends its bullying behavior, Iran is ready for negotiations.
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