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Eighth round of U.S., Taliban peace talks to start in Doha. A fresh round of U.S.-Taliban peace talks will start in Qatar's capital Doha. A peace agreement could be expected at the end of the eighth round of talks and would enable foreign forces to be withdrawn from the war-torn country.

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Imran, Erdogan discuss regional issues Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Friday called Prime Minister Imran Khan and discussed bilateral relations and developments in the region.

Malala urges G20 to boost funds for girls' schooling Nobel Peace Prize-winner Malala Yousafzai on Friday urged Japan and its fellow Group of 20 nations to pledge new funding for educating girls at June's G20 summit, hosted by the Japanese.

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G20: US and China agree to suspend new trade tariffs US President Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping have agreed to halt new trade tariffs for 90 days to allow for talks, the US says.

U.S. adviser on Afghanistan holds talks with Pakistan The appointment last month of Khalilzad, a former U.S. ambassador to Afghanistan, highlighted the U.S. administration's fresh efforts to convince Taliban leaders to participate in the Afghan peace process.

The Story of Hiroshima Truman's public announcement in Washington, D.C., 16 hours after the attack, was Tokyo's first knowledge of what had really happened to Hiroshima:

BRIC Summit  The leaders have been meeting at the 10th Brics summit in Johannesburg.

A Worrying New World Order The EU has been slow to act in the Caucasus, and too wary of upsetting Russia, concedes one deeply Atlanticist minister. But the sad reality is that, in Georgia, “the Americans have been struggling to know what to do.” It is a revealing comment.

US approaches Moscow for truce? The summit would aim at resolving longstanding differences between the U.S. and Russia on issues including Syria, Ukraine, and nuclear arms control.

US at War with EU over Trade EU, Canada and other traditional allies are upset

Saudi King's visit to Moscow. King Salman of Saudi Arabia is scheduled to arrive in Moscow on Thursday for the first such visit by a reigning Saudi monarch. He will meet Russian President Putin to discuss bilateral issues, as well as conflicts in north Africa and the Middle East.

CPEC - Pakistan to hand over agriculture to China People of Pakistan are not aware of the fact that under CPEC, the country's agriculture is being handed over to China with a purpose to boost the market. It is not yet clear why it is being kept secret  as Genetically modified produce is likely to replace organic ones.

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