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Talks between US and Taliban officials in Qatar entered a fourth day on Thursday, with the two sides trying to establish a mechanism for a ceasefire in the 17-year Afghan war and open dialogue between the insurgents and the Afghan government.
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Former British prime minister John Major urged Theresa May on Saturday to drop her “red lines” on Brexit or allow parliament to find a way forward to avoid adamaging no-deal departure from the European Union in March.
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Germany’s second-largest sugar refiner Nordzucker on Tuesday was the latest European producer to report a slump in earnings following a collapse in prices.
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Gold rose on Friday as continued dollar weakness kept the precious metal ontrack for a fourth straight weekly gain.
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Football is slowly but surely getting traction in India and Barcelona see the world’s second most populous nation as a key part of their global expansion plans, the Spanish side’s Asia Pacific Director General Jordi Camps has said.
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Japanese football has been built around defensive solidity and organisation in recent years but with new coach Hajime Moriyasu removing the shackles and adopting a more attacking style of play the Samurai Blue hope to light up the Asian Cup with goals.
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