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U.S., Taiwan to Begin Formal Talks for Trade, Investment Pact This Fall
US & Canada · Washington

U.S., Taiwan to Begin Formal Talks for Trade, Investment Pact This Fall

55% Center coverage: 81 sources
The US has announced that they will begin formal trade negotiations with Taiwan, weeks after a controversial visit by US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. The first round of trade talks is set to take place early this fall. Discussions will cover trade facilitation, regulatory practices, anti-corruption standards, deepening agriculture trade. The announcement is expected to further fume Xi Jinping, who has previously warned President Biden on the Taiwan issue. The announcement comes after Beijing held military drills that included firing missiles into the seas around Taiwan. The U.S. has no official relations with Taiwan but maintains extensive informal contacts through the unofficial American Institute in Taiwan. Washington is obligated by federal law to see that the island has the means to defend itself.See the Story
21 people died in Wednesday's blast at Kabul mosque -police
Taliban · Kabul

21 people died in Wednesday's blast at Kabul mosque -police

40% Center coverage: 44 sources
A bombing at a mosque in the Afghan capital of Kabul during evening prayers killed at least 21 people, including a prominent cleric, and wounded at least 33 others, eyewitnesses and police said Thursday.See the Story
Human remains in Manurewa suitcases two primary school-aged children
Oceania · Auckland

Human remains in Manurewa suitcases two primary school-aged children

38% Left coverage: 37 sources
The human remains found in suitcases bought as part of an auction for abandoned goods in a storage unit in South Auckland are two young children. Detective Inspector Tofilau Faamanuia Vaaelua said the children were aged between 5 and 10 and police were working on establishing when and where they died.See the Story

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