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World - International
7/27/2023 5:00:24 PM
India protested on Thursday China’s practice to continue to issue separate visas that are stapled onto passports of Indian citizens from the northeastern Arunachal Pradesh state, which China claims to be part of its South Tibet.

World - International
7/24/2023 5:02:32 PM
Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. on Monday underscored his administration’s resolve to defend the country’s territory through diplomacy in a key speech but did not mention China, with which it has had an escalating series of conflicts in the disputed South China Sea.

Sports - World
7/23/2023 3:36:48 PM
Paris Saint-Germain captain Marquinhos said Sunday he hoped the club would solve its dispute with Kylian Mbappe and welcome the France superstar back into the squad for the upcoming season.

Sports - World
7/23/2023 11:52:23 AM
Paris Saint-Germain left for its preseason tour of Japan on Saturday without talismanic striker Kylian Mbappé, whose future at the club looks uncertain amid a contract dispute.

World - Region
7/22/2023 5:00:00 PM
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Friday he wants to convince his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to re-join an agreement on Ukrainian grain exports via the Black Sea, which Moscow declined to renew.

World - War in Ukraine
7/20/2023 5:30:51 PM
Russia pounded Ukraine’s southern cities with drones and missiles for a third consecutive night Thursday, keeping Odesa in the Kremlin's crosshairs after a bitter dispute over the end of a wartime deal that allowed Ukraine to send grain through the key Black Sea port.

World - Region
7/18/2023 9:36:32 AM
Israel has decided to "recognise Morocco's sovereignty" over the disputed Western Sahara region, the royal office in Rabat announced Monday, citing a letter from the Israeli prime minister.

World - International
7/15/2023 12:02:56 PM
China's top diplomat urged India to focus on "common interests" and meet China "halfway" to defuse border tensions between Asia's most populous neighbours, the Chinese foreign ministry said Saturday.

Arts & Culture - Screens
7/13/2023 9:25:48 AM
Philippine censors said Wednesday they have allowed the Barbie film to be shown in cinemas, after asking its Hollywood distributor to blur lines on a brightly-coloured world map drawing allegedly showing China's claims to the disputed South China Sea.

World - Region
7/12/2023 2:01:29 PM
Iran on Wednesday summoned the Russian ambassador in Tehran to protest a recent statement by Gulf countries and Moscow on three islands controlled by Iran but claimed by the United Arab Emirates.

Sports - World
7/11/2023 11:11:53 AM
Spain should be among the favourites for the Women's World Cup but without several key players because of a dispute they are taking the hard path.

World - Region
7/6/2023 12:12:56 PM
Two explosions were heard in a disputed area of southern Lebanon where the borders of Syria, Lebanon and Israel meet, but the nature of Thursday's blasts or if rockets fired from Lebanon caused them was not immediately clear, local media and security officials said.

World - Region
7/5/2023 10:38:42 AM
Saudi Arabia has said it enjoys "full rights" along with Kuwait to a disputed gas field in the resource-rich Gulf, pushing back against claims by Iran, state media reported late Tuesday.

World - Region
7/3/2023 7:40:33 PM
Kuwait reinvited Iran on Monday to talks on their sea borders after Tehran said it was ready to start drilling in a disputed gas field in the resource-rich Gulf.

Business - Economy
7/2/2023 7:30:44 PM
More than 65,000 tax disputes, spanning seven years, have been settled away from court, said Finance Minister Mohamed Maait.

World - International
6/27/2023 4:24:58 PM
Japan announced a decision Tuesday to reinstate South Korea as a preferred nation with fast-track trade status starting July 21, virtually ending a four-year economic row that was further strained during their bitter historic disputes.

World - Region
6/16/2023 7:04:09 PM
Israel and Russia announced the settlement Friday of a property dispute that will see Russia opening a consular section in west Jerusalem, a move Israel hailed as a diplomatic victory.

World - International
6/12/2023 1:53:04 PM
UN cultural and scientific agency UNESCO announced Monday that the United States plans to rejoin — and pay more than $600 million in back dues — after a decade-long dispute sparked by the organization’s move to include Palestine as a member.

World - Region
6/12/2023 9:49:31 AM
Iraq’s parliament belatedly approved a record $152 billion budget for 2023 on Monday, after months of wrangling over the sharing of oil revenue between the central government in Baghdad and the semi-autonomous Iraqi Kurdish region in the north.

World - International
6/8/2023 12:09:50 PM
Malaysia and Indonesia signed agreements Thursday that ended longstanding maritime border disputes and vowed to bolster cooperation to fight “highly detrimental discriminatory” measures against palm oil.

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