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Iran says ready for talks with Saudi, with or without mediation

Talks of Imran Khan mediating between the neighbours was confirmed by 2 senior Pakistan officials.

Whistleblower’s identity must be protected after Trump threats

There have been reports of a US$50,000 bounty for information related to the whistleblower’s identity.

Psychology can give an edge for effective negotiations

Turn most negotiations into an advantage with the knowledge of human psychology.

Settlement unsuccessful in ‘bin Abdullah’ case, appeal to proceed

The appeal by the NRD, its director-general and the government, will proceed as scheduled on Aug 16 before a Federal Court seven-member bench.

North Korea ‘executed’ officials after failed Trump summit

Some previous South Korean reports of North Korean purges and executions have later proved inaccurate.

Shutdown begins as Trump and Democrats negotiate on border wall

While negotiations to resolve the impasse are underway, it’s not clear whether parts of the government will remain shuttered for days or weeks.

Boundary dispute with Singapore: Talks the best way, says Muhyiddin

He says Malaysia doesn't want to spark unnecessary rivalry that creates a lot of dissatisfaction.

Paris’s Champs-Elysees set for lockdown as protesters return

Only two protesters turned up for the talks at the prime minister's office and one walked out immediately.

UK ministers present May with ‘plan B’ for no-deal Brexit scenario

The unnamed pro-Brexit ministers have briefed May on their alternative plan.

Mexico says US, Canada could reach new Nafta deal in 48...

Mexican Economy Minister Guajardo insisted that even if no 11th-hour US-Canadian deal is reached, a three-way deal would still be possible.

Germany’s Seehofer still optimistic about migrant deal with Italy

Salvini denied having reached a deal to take back migrants who had already applied for asylum in Italy.

Trump expecting ‘positive’ letter from N. Korea’s Kim Jong Un soon

The two leaders have traded correspondence as they negotiate over North Korea's nuclear program. Trump has also praised Kim on social media.

Russia, Turkey, Iran fail to agree on ceasefire for Syria’s Idlib

Turkey's Tayyip Erdogan, Russia's Vladimir Putin and Iran's Hassan Rouhani agreed in a final statement that there could be no military solution to the conflict.

Trump ups ante on China, threatens duties on nearly all its...

China has threatened retaliation, which could include action against US companies operating there.

UK warns EU faces choice of May’s Brexit plan or risk...

Brexit talks remained deadlocked, despite months of trying for a breakthrough.

Britain, EU vow continuous Brexit talks in final phase

The Brexit talks have become stuck on key issues, including how to avoid a hard border between EU member Ireland and the British province of Northern Ireland, and on the future trading relationship.

China and US to resume low-level talks in bid to resolve...

China’s equity market has suffered declines and the yuan has been on a losing streak for more than a month.

Iran’s special forces chief warns Trump: “If you begin the war,...

Soleimani's message was, in essence, a warning to the United States to stop threatening Iran with war or risk exposing itself to an Iranian response.

UK gives post-Brexit terrorism warning as EU consults Macron

The UK is warning the European Union not to gamble with the security of the region by refusing to yield to Britain’s demands for post-Brexit police and counter-terrorism cooperation.

LATAM Airlines union to go on indefinite strike Tuesday

The 1,000-strong union plans to start an indefinite strike on Saturday but continued to take part in talks mediated by the government that ended on Monday.

‘Govt’s e-lelong meetings with stakeholders were one-way sessions’

Malaysian Auctioneers Council president claims he and other stakeholders were not allowed to ask questions or raise concerns during the four meetings held.

Afghanistan’s Ghani offers talks with Taliban “without preconditions”

The Taliban is to give input to the peace-making process to draw them, as an organisation, to peace talks.

German industrial workers, employers strike pay deal

After days of strikes and a 13-hour negotiation, workers and employers finally struck a deal on worker's rights.

Seats nego ongoing and Azmin not part of it, says Tian...

The PKR vice-president says senior PH leaders will only intervene if there is a stalemate.