US President Donald Trump's apparent about-face over the TPP came late on Thursday, on Twitter. Trump pulled the US out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership in 2017, claiming it was unfair. Now he's having second thoughts.
US sanctions that were lifted under 2015 nuclear deal will resume unless Donald Trump waives them again on May 12. Trump has effectively set that as a deadline for European powers to "fix the terrible flaws" of the deal.
Under a deal reached with the UNHCR just hours before the Israeli premier's announcement, over 16,000 migrants and refugees would be sent to various Western countries, while much of those remaining in Israel would be granted official status.
Under the terms of a proposed deal, Netflix will pay former US president Barack Obama and his wife Michelle Obama for exclusive content on the video streaming service.
The investors pulled out of the deal after discovering tens of millions of dollars in undisclosed debt. The Weistein Company says it will continue to pursue an orderly bankruptcy process to maximise its value.
The Trump administration certified the deal signed by the Obama administration, but said that Iran was in "default of the spirit" of the agreement and warned it was considering other sanctions for other non-nuclear behaviour.
The deal with Sony would be the second major label deal for Spotify, which is looking at a possible flotation this year.
With the deal, the EU is seeking access to one of the world's richest markets, while Japan hopes to jump-start an economy that has struggled to find solid growth for more than a decade.
The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights announced the deal. It said the evacuation of Al Foua, Kefraya, Zabadani and Madaya might not begin before April 4, but local ceasefires have gone into effect.
Up to 15,000 people are expected to leave the city over the next couple of weeks, making this the largest evacuation plan of its kind in Syria since the start of the war.
It's not clear if all the soldiers accepted the agreement as gunfire was heard in the capital Abidjan during the negotiations.
The Syrian regime shelled eastern Aleppo on Wednesday. Turkey has accused Assad forces and their allies of hampering the ceasefire deal.
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