Sri Lanka's President on Monday named war veteran Shavendra Silva as its army chief, drawing sharp criticism from the United States
The U.S. Treasury Department is asking for updates from market participants about the possibility about selling ultra-long bonds after posing a similar inquiry in 2017 on issuing debt beyond 30 years.
Qamar Javed Bajwa's tenure was due to end in November but analysts have long predicted the extension
Britain is ready to leave EU on Oct 31
Zarif was speaking in Finland after meeting Foreign Affairs Minister Pekka Haavisto, who said Europe was doing its best to salvage the deal.
Indian oil companies are keen to invest in Khaleej Al Bahrain basin, T.S. Tirumurti, who deals with economic relations at India's foreign ministry, said on Monday.
The July poll did have a silver lining for Trump
Gibraltar turns down US detention request
No group claimed responsibility for the 10 bombs
Some 190 primary schools were set open in Srinagar
A new Chinese company law aims to extend similar rights to joint ventures with foreign investors as those enjoyed by domestic firms
Oil prices also rebound as Russia and Saudi Arabia agree to maintain production cuts ahead of Opec+ meeting
If the Fed lowers interest rate, expect the U.S. dollar to slide
Brexit uncertainty and the threat of withdrawal without a trade deal has placed pressure on the pound