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JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday his decision to delay the demolition of a Bedouin village in the West Bank was a brief reprieve while efforts are under way to reach a relocation deal for its residents.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain would accept a possible extension to its post-Brexit transition period with the European Union if the bloc drops its demand for an Irish backstop, Britain’s junior Brexit minister Suella Braverman said on Sunday.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Oman welcomed on Sunday Saudi Arabia’s decisions “on the regrettable incident” that led to the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, the state news agency ONA reported.
“The sultanate welcome decisions taken by the kingdom in this regard, insists on the importance to allow justice to take its course, away from any interpretation,” ONA said, quoting a statement from the Gulf state’s foreign ministry.
WARSAW (Reuters) - Poles vote in a regional election on Sunday with gains expected for the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party, whose nationalist rhetoric and institutional reforms have put the country at loggerheads with the European Union.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese authorities have dispatched rescue workers to save miners trapped after an accident at a coal mine in the eastern province of Shandong late on Saturday, Chinese state media reported on Sunday.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesian police have arrested two men who allegedly operated a Facebook account to facilitate meet-ups for gay people and other sex-related services, a senior officer in the province of West Java said on Sunday.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Washington’s planned withdrawal from the international Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty would be a very dangerous step, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov was quoted as saying by TASS news agency on Sunday.
KABUL (Reuters) - Afghans unable to vote in Saturday’s parliamentary election after hundreds of polling stations failed to open were given another chance to cast their ballot on Sunday after voting times were extended despite security threats and warnings of fraud.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - As the count from a crucial Australian by-election dragged into Sunday, Prime Minister Scott Morrison faced the possibility that his Liberal party may have been too quick to concede a contest that would reduce his administration to a minority government.
KADUNA, Nigeria (Reuters) - Communal violence in the northern Nigerian state of Kaduna over the last few days has killed 55 people, the local police commissioner said on Sunday.
Ahmad Abdur-Rahman, in a telephone interview, said the clashes between two communities in the Kasuwan Magani area of southern Kaduna had led to 22 arrests.
ELKO, Nev/MOSCOW (Reuters) - President Donald Trump said Washington will exit the Cold-War era treaty that eliminated a class of nuclear weapons due to Russian violations, triggering a warning of retaliatory measures from Moscow.
MALE (Reuters) - The Supreme Court of the Maldives on Sunday upheld the results of a Sept. 23 presidential poll after President Abdulla Yameen challenged his defeat in last month’s election.