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Putin tells Moon: We'll keep working for Korean peninsula peace
MOSCOW, June 22 (Reuters) - Russia intends to continue playing its part in the search for a solution to the weapons standoff on the Korean Peninsula, Russian President Vladimir Putin said in Moscow on Friday at talks with the visiting South Korean president, Moon Jae-in. (Reporting by Polina Nikolskaya Writing by Christian Lowe Editing by Alison Williams)
Exclusive: India speeds up environmental approvals in industry, alarms activists
PEDAVEEDU, India (Reuters) - India is fast-tracking environmental clearances for projects like power plants and coal mines in a bid to propel growth, setting off alarm bells among environmentalists and affected residents who say the decisions are being made too quickly.
Soccer-On the road with Portuguese fans is a moveable feast
SARANSK, Russia, June 22 (Reuters) - Sustained by Portuguese wine, cheese and sausage, and battling off swarms of mosquitoes, friends Carlos Brum and Pedro Lobito have driven their spectacularly decorated camper van 7,000km from Lisbon to Russia to cheer on their heroes in the World Cup.
Mexico leftist's motley coalition augurs post-election balancing act
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexican leftist Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has forged a coalition of voters of all stripes in a bid to win the presidency at the third time of asking and now, with victory within his grasp, he must work out how to hold it together.
South Sudan rebel leader Machar to attend meeting with Kiir
JUBA (Reuters) - South Sudanese rebel leader Riek Machar will travel to Khartoum on Sunday to attend another meeting with his rival, South Sudanese President Salva Kiir, his spokesman said.
Euro trims gains as trade war concerns weigh
LONDON (Reuters) - The euro trimmed some early gains on Friday as concerns of a growing trade conflict between the world's two biggest economies kept a lid on appetite for taking large risky bets.
Global Economy Week Ahead: Soft patch, facade, or great decoupling?
LONDON (Reuters) - A rare synchronized expansion among major world economies that was cheered on by markets and policymakers may be already unraveling, with only the near-term prospects for the United States looking significantly better.
EXCLUSIVE-India speeds up environmental approvals in industry, alarms activists
PEDAVEEDU, India, June 22 (Reuters) - India is fast-tracking environmental clearances for projects like power plants and coal mines in a bid to propel growth, setting off alarm bells among environmentalists and affected residents who say the decisions are being made too quickly.
Latvia investigates complaint linking bank to Russian fraud
FRANKFURT, June 22 (Reuters) - Latvian authorities say they are examining an allegation that a failed bank handled money from a Russian fraud uncovered by Bill Browder, an investor campaigning to expose corruption.
RPT-'Are you the mother?' A woman's search for baby taken by U.S. immigration
June 21 (Reuters) - It took 85 days for Olivia Caceres to retrieve her baby boy, pulled from his father's arms at the U.S. border, a traumatic experience many more parents face to reunite with children separated under President Donald Trump's immigration policies.
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