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For US evangelicals, Jerusalem is about prophecy, not politics

As I watched Donald Trump announce that the United States would recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital and move our embassy to that city, I could only think of one thing: my high school youth group Bible study.

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Ukraine - biggest obstacle to normal Russia ties, says Tillerson

VIENNA (Reuters) - The United States would "badly" like to lift sanctions against Russia but will not do so until Moscow has pulled its forces out of eastern Ukraine and Crimea, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Thursday, calling that the main obstacle to normal ties.

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Tillerson says Ukraine is biggest obstacle to normal Russia ties

VIENNA (Reuters) - The United States would "badly" like to lift sanctions against Russia but will not do so until Moscow has pulled its forces out of eastern Ukraine and Crimea, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Thursday, calling that the main obstacle to normal ties.

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Dollar hits two-week high on U.S. tax reform optimism, world shares climb

LONDON (Reuters) - The dollar rose to its highest level in two weeks on Thursday over optimism the United States would successfully push through tax reforms, while world shares rebounded after two straight days of losses.

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Did President Trump slur his speech?

While President Donald Trump was giving his historic speech Wednesday to announce that the United States would recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, some on the internet focused on the manner in which he made his statement.

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Pentagon evaluating U.S. West Coast missile defense sites: officials

SIMI VALLEY, Calif (Reuters) - The U.S. agency tasked with protecting the country from missile attacks is scouting the West Coast for places to deploy new anti-missile defenses, two Congressmen said on Saturday, as North Korea's missile tests raise concerns about how the United States would defend itself from an attack.

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UPDATE 1--Pentagon evaluating U.S. West Coast missile defense sites - officials

SIMI VALLEY, Calif. Dec 5 (Reuters) - The U.S. agency tasked with protecting the country from missile attacks is scouting the West Coast for places to deploy new anti-missile defenses, two Congressmen said on Saturday, as North Korea's missile tests raise concerns about how the United States would defend itself from an attack.

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Saudi Arabia hopes U.S. will not recognize Jerusalem as capital of Israel

RIYADH (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia has expressed hope the United States would not recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and warned such a decision would have serious implications, state news agency SPA reported on Tuesday.

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Exclusive: Pentagon evaluating U.S. West Coast missile defense sites - officials

SIMI VALLEY, Calif (Reuters) - The U.S. agency tasked with protecting the country from missile attacks is scouting the West Coast for places to deploy new anti-missile defenses, two Congressmen said on Saturday, as North Korea's missile tests raise concerns about how the United States would defend itself from an attack.

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Exclusive - Pentagon evaluating U.S. West Coast missile defense sites: officials

SIMI VALLEY, Calif (Reuters) - The U.S. agency tasked with protecting the country from missile attacks is scouting the West Coast for places to deploy new anti-missile defenses, two Congressmen said on Saturday, as North Korea's missile tests raise concerns about how the United States would defend itself from an attack.

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BNP Paribas to step up cross-selling with U.S. Bank of the West

PARIS (Reuters) - France's biggest bank BNP Paribas said on Monday its corporate and institutional bank (CIB) unit in the United States would extend its mergers and acquisitions services for corporate clients of its U.S. retail unit Bank of the West.

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An American Spy Base Hidden in Australia’s Outback

The trials of six Christian antiwar protesters have put a spotlight on a facility that the United States would rather keep in the shadows.

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Countering Trump, China's Xi touts cooperation in Asia-Pacific

DANANG, Vietnam (Reuters) - Asia-Pacific nations must "uphold multilateralism", Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Friday, countering U.S. President Donald Trump's message at a summit that the United States would stay out of trade deals that surrender its sovereignty.

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Trump issues stern warning to North Korea: 'Do not try us'

SEOUL (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump warned North Korea on Wednesday "do not underestimate us and do not try us" as he vowed that the United States would defend itself and its allies against Pyongyang’s nuclear threat.

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In Seoul, Mattis Accuses North Korea of ‘Outlaw Behavior’

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said that Pyongyang was accelerating the threat of nuclear war through missile tests and that the United States would protect its allies.

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Mattis warns that U.S. 'will never accept a nuclear North Korea'

SEOUL (Reuters) - U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said on Saturday that the United States would never accept a nuclear North Korea, warning that its rapidly advancing nuclear and missile programs would undermine, not strengthen, its security.

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Trump: End of ISIS 'is in sight'

President Donald Trump said Saturday that the United States would soon transition into a "new phase" of involvement in Syria after US-backed forces drove ISIS members from Raqqa, the city they deemed their capital.

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U.S. to maintain Cuba, Venezuela sanctions until freedoms restored: Trump

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday the United States would maintain sanctions on Cuba and Venezuela until they restore political and religious freedom.

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Iran says U.S. would aid terrorism if it declared Revolutionary Guards terrorists

LONDON (Reuters) - Iran said on Tuesday that the United States would be "joining the terrorists' camp" if it chose to designate its elite Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) a terrorist organization.

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Iran says US would aid terrorism if it declared Revolutionary Guards terrorists

LONDON (Reuters) - Iran said on Tuesday that the United States would be "joining the terrorists' camp" if it chose to designate its elite Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) a terrorist organization.

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Turkey urges U.S. to reverse visa suspension, defends arrest of consulate worker

ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey's Justice Minister said on Monday he hoped the United States would review its decision to suspend most visa services to Turkish citizens after the arrest of a Turkish employee of the U.S. consulate in Istanbul last week.

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U.N. chief hopes storms will sway climate skeptics like Trump

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres said on Wednesday he hoped recent devastating hurricanes in the Caribbean and southern United States would convince climate change skeptics like U.S. President Donald Trump that global warming is a "major threat."

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Trump says will be putting more sanctions on North Korea

NEW YORK (Reuters) - President Donald Trump said on Thursday the United States would be adding more sanctions on North Korea.

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Public Health: Obamacare Repeal Bill Offers Both Enormous Flexibility and Uncertainty

States would be given money to establish their own health policies, and it’s hard to know who would remain covered and how.

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U.S. to send over 3,000 troops to Afghanistan: Mattis

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said on Monday the United States would send over 3,000 troops to Afghanistan and that most were either on their way or had been notified of their deployment.

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North Korea warns U.S. will pay due price for spearheading U.N. sanctions

SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea warned on Monday the United States would pay a "due price" for spearheading a U.N. Security Council resolution against its latest nuclear test, as Washington presses for a vote on a draft resolution imposing more sanctions on Pyongyang.

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Trump says U.S. not 'putting up with' North Korea's actions

WASHINGTON/BEIJING (Reuters) - President Donald Trump warned on Wednesday that the United States would no longer tolerate North Korea’s actions but said the use of military force against Pyongyang will not be his "first choice."

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U.S. gives $91 million in additional food aid to drought-hit Ethiopia

ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - USAID administrator Mark Green on Thursday said the United States would give an additional $91 million in emergency food assistance to help ward off starvation in areas in the south of the country teetering on the edge of famine.

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S&P sees U.S. keeping AA+ rating if it avoids default

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Standard & Poor's said on Tuesday the United States would maintain its AA+ credit rating, its second highest, as long as the federal government avoids a default even if it does not increase the debt ceiling in a timely manner.

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U.S. to honor Japan defense pact 'without reservation': Tillerson

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Thursday said the United States would honor its defense treaty agreements with Japan "without reservation" after talks in Washington with Japan's foreign and defense ministers focused on North Korea's nuclear and missile threats.

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U.S. will take out any North Korean missile seen as hitting Guam: Mattis

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said on Monday that the United States would know the trajectory of a missile fired by North Korea within moments and would "take it out" if the missile looked like hitting the U.S. Pacific territory of Guam.

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EMERGING MARKETS-LatAm stocks, currencies down as N.Korea tensions mount

By Bruno Federowski SAO PAULO, Aug 9 (Reuters) - Latin American stocks and currencies fell on Wednesday as investors fled for safe-haven assets amid brewing geopolitical tensions between the United States and North Korea. North Korea said it is "carefully examining" plans for a missile strike on the U.S. Pacific territory of Guam just hours after U.S. President Donald Trump said that any threat to the United States would be met with "fire and fury." Trump followed up his warning

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North Korea says seriously considering plan to strike Guam: KCNA

SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea said on Wednesday it is "carefully examining" a plan to strike the U.S. Pacific territory of Guam with missiles, just hours after U.S. President Donald Trump told the North that any threat to the United States would be met with "fire and fury".

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E.P.A. Reverses Course, Saying It Won’t Delay Obama-Era Ozone Rule

The agency said in June that states would have extra time to meet a new standard for ozone pollution. The change reverts to the date set by the Obama administration.

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Fragile economy stays Putin's hand in stand-off with U.S.

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian leader Vladimir Putin is unlikely to risk an escalating round of tit-for-tat sanctions with Washington because the only measures that would hurt the United States would also endanger Russia's fragile economic recovery.

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Putin says U.S. must cut 755 diplomatic staff, more measures possible

MOSCOW/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Vladimir Putin said the United States would have to cut its diplomatic staff in Russia by 755 people and that Moscow could consider additional measures against Washington as a response to new U.S. sanctions approved by Congress.

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African Markets - Factors to watch on July 19

NAIROBI, July 19 (Reuters) - The following company announcements, scheduled economic indicators, debt and currency market moves and political events may affect African markets on Wednesday. - - - - - GLOBAL MARKETS The dollar stayed on the defensive on Wednesday as investors wagered any further tightening in the United States would be slow at best, while optimism on China's economy underpinned Asian shares and commodities. The U.S. currency was near multi-month lows after the col

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Dollar on defensive, Asia shares make fresh highs

SYDNEY (Reuters) - The dollar stayed on the defensive on Wednesday as investors wagered any further tightening in the United States would be slow at best, while optimism on China's economy underpinned Asian shares and commodities.

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GLOBAL MARKETS-Dollar on defensive, Asia shares make fresh highs

SYDNEY, July 19 (Reuters) - The dollar stayed on the defensive on Wednesday as investors wagered any further tightening in the United States would be slow at best, while optimism on China's economy underpinned Asian shares and commodities.

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Shares, bonds rally as markets count on patient Fed

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian shares scaled a two-year top on Thursday as investors wagered policy tightening in the United States would be glacial at best, lifting Wall Street to record peaks and lowering bond yields almost everywhere.

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GLOBAL MARKETS-Shares, bonds rally as markets count on patient Fed

SYDNEY, July 13 (Reuters) - Asian shares scaled a two-year top on Thursday as investors wagered policy tightening in the United States would be glacial at best, lifting Wall Street to record peaks and lowering bond yields almost everywhere.

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Asian shares, bonds rally as markets bet on glacial Fed

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian shares scaled a two-year top on Thursday as investors wagered policy tightening in the United States would be glacial at best, lifting Wall Street to record peaks and lowering bond yields almost everywhere.

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UK-U.S. trade deal wouldn't be enough to make up for leaving the EU: minister

LONDON (Reuters) - A post-Brexit trade deal with the United States would not be enough on its own to make up for leaving the European Union, British justice minister David Lidington said on Sunday.

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'We thought America would welcome us with open arms'

They fled terror, tyranny and persecution in search of a better life for themselves and their families. They believed that the United States would offer them that life -- that the country formed by immigrants would welcome them with open arms.

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Ukraine's Poroshenko says will sign defense deals with USA soon

KIEV (Reuters) - Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said after meetings in Washington that Kiev and the United States would soon sign a number of agreements boosting defense cooperation, news agency Interfax Ukraine reported on Wednesday.

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Putin: more U.S. sanctions would be harmful, talk of retaliation premature

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin said new sanctions under consideration by the United States would damage relations between the two countries, but it was too early to talk about retaliation, state news agency RIA reported on Saturday.

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U.S. states could not set self-driving car rules under Republican plan

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - California and other states would be barred from setting their own rules governing design and testing of self-driving cars, while federal regulators would be blocked from demanding pre-market approval for autonomous vehicle technology, according to a U.S. House Republican proposal reviewed by Reuters on Thursday.

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U.S. strikes against pro-Syrian government forces in self-defense: Mattis

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said on Tuesday that recent strikes against pro-Syrian government forces in the past few weeks had been in self-defense and the United States would take all measures to protect its forces in Syria.

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EU's Mogherini confident U.S. will stick to Iran nuclear deal

OSLO (Reuters) - European foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini said on Tuesday she was confident the United States would stick to the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, despite its protestations to the contrary, as the deal is working.

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Hawaii enacts law committing to goals of Paris climate accord

SEATTLE (Reuters) - Hawaii has become the first U.S. state to enact legislation to bring its environmental standards in line with the Paris climate accord, officials said on Wednesday, less than a week after President Donald Trump announced that the United States would withdraw from the global agreement.

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Oil subdued on worries Middle East rift will sap efforts to cut output

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil recovered some losses from the previous session on Tuesday, but Brent crude remained below $50 over concerns that a political rift between Qatar and several Arab states would undermine efforts by OPEC to tighten the market.

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U.S. Energy Secretary says U.S. to remain committed to environment

TOKYO (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of Energy Rick Perry said on Monday the United States would remain committed to the environment despite its decision to pull out of a 2015 global agreement to fight climate change, according to a Japanese trade ministry official.

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U.N. chief warns if U.S. pulls back, others will fill leadership role

NEW YORK (Reuters) - United Nations chief Antonio Guterres said on Tuesday he is trying to convince U.S. President Donald Trump's administration of the value of investing in foreign aid and diplomacy and warned that if Washington pulled back as a global leader, other states would step up.

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Trump, at NATO, vows unwavering fight against terrorism

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump told fellow NATO leaders on Thursday that the United States would never stop fighting terrorism, calling the Manchester attacks "savage" and "barbaric".

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U.S. Trade Representative Says No Return to TPP Deal and Wants Bilateral Deals in Asia

U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said on Sunday that the United States would not return to the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal after 11 remaining countries earlier agreed to look at how they could move ahead without it.

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Aetna CEO urges debate on what 'single-payer' healthcare would be

NEW YORK, May 12 (Reuters) - Aetna Inc Chief Executive Officer Mark Bertolini wants a debate about what a "single-payer" healthcare system in the United States would look like, but said he does not think the federal government should run it.

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Obama confident U.S. will move in right direction on climate

MILAN (Reuters) - Former U.S. President Barack Obama said on Tuesday he was confident that the United States would keep moving "in the right direction" on climate change, although the process might slow down under the current administration.

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Merkel hopes for revival of frozen free trade talks with U.S.: interview

BERLIN (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she was hopeful frozen negotiations on a free trade agreement between the European Union and the United States would be revived one day, in an interview to be published on Saturday.

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Pence says United States will honor refugee deal with Australia

SYDNEY (Reuters) - U.S. Vice President Mike Pence said on Saturday the United States would honor a controversial refugee deal with Australia, under which the United States would resettle 1,250 asylum seekers, a deal President Donald Trump had described as "dumb".

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Rain in Pyongyang as North Koreans prepare for 'Day of the Sun'

PYONGYANG (Reuters) - North Koreans placed flower baskets and bouquets below portraits of founder president Kim Il Sung on Friday, showing little sign of tension despite fears the reclusive nation may conduct a nuclear test and the United States would retaliate.

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Airstrike in Syria Overshadows Meeting Between Trump and Xi

President Trump warned that if China did not curb North Korea’s rogue actions, the United States would step in.

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France confident U.S. will not cut into Mali U.N. mission needs

GAO, Mali (Reuters) - France's foreign minister said on Friday he was confident that the United States would not seek cuts to the United Nations peacekeeping mission in Mali, but said Paris was ready to study its efficiency as Washington reviews its overall U.N. strategy.

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Tillerson pledges safe areas for refugees, more pressure on Islamic State

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Wednesday the United States would set up "interim zones of stability" to help refugees return home in the next phase of the fight against Islamic State and al Qaeda.

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Trump praises Merkel on Germany's spending on defense, NATO

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday said the United States would respect historic institutions but that other countries must pay their fair share to support the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.

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China-U.S. trade war would only cause pain: commerce minister

BEIJING (Reuters) - A trade war between China and the United States would only cause pain, China's commerce minister said on Saturday, as analysts say the spectre of deteriorating U.S.-China ties is likely to weigh on confidence of exporters and investors worldwide.

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Soccer: U.S. must allow access if it bids for 2026 World Cup - FIFA

LONDON (Reuters) - The United States would have to grant entry to players, officials and fans from any country that qualified if it won the right to host the 2026 World Cup finals, soccer body FIFA said on Thursday.

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Wahaha boss sees U.S. suffering more in any trade war with China

BEIJING (Reuters) - The chairman of China's biggest beverage maker, Hangzhou Wahaha Group, said the United States would suffer more in any trade war with China, with a loss of access to cheap Chinese-made goods hitting American wallets.

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U.S. commander downplays chance of big Iraq, Syria troop hike

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The top U.S. commander in Iraq on Wednesday downplayed the chances that the United States would deploy a large number of additional coalition forces to battle the Islamic State, even as President Donald Trump weighs options to speed the campaign.

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Ex-President Bush says hopeful despite 'pretty ugly' climate in Washington

(Reuters) - Former U.S. president George W. Bush has described the political climate in Washington as "pretty ugly" under Donald Trump's presidency but expressed optimism the United States would pull through despite the divisive political discourse.

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Ex-President Bush says hopeful despite "pretty ugly" climate in Washington

(Reuters) - Former U.S. president George W. Bush has described the political climate in Washington as "pretty ugly" under Donald Trump's presidency but expressed optimism the United States would pull through despite the divisive political discourse.

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Overhaul of Medicaid expansion could cost states $32 billion: report

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Proposals in Congress that would effectively end Medicaid expansion in 31 U.S. states would cost those states at least $32 billion altogether in 2019, according to a report released on Friday.

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Caisse CEO sees more Canadian buys in U.S. due to protectionism

MONTREAL (Reuters) - The head of Canada's second-largest pension fund said on Friday that rising protectionism in the United States would likely lead to more Canadian companies trying to buy U.S. platforms.

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Pence: US will hold Russia accountable

Seeking to assuage European fears about refreshed Washington-Moscow ties, Vice President Mike Pence told leaders Saturday that the United States would hold Russia accountable for its actions even as it works to locate new areas for cooperation.

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Mattis warns of 'arc of instability' on Europe's edge

MUNICH, Germany (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump's defense secretary warned of an "arc of instability" on Europe's periphery and told nervous allies that the United States would stand with NATO partners to confront shared threats.

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Jim Mattis Links U.S. Commitment to NATO With Allies’ Spending

The defense secretary told NATO allies the United States would “moderate its commitment” if they did not spend more on defense.

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Australian foreign minister says U.S. refugee swap proceeding

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said on Saturday that a controversial refugee resettlement deal with the United States would go ahead, despite U.S. immigration officials postponing interviews with asylum seekers.

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Opinion: Europe must come to terms with Trump's hostility

Gathering in Malta for a meeting of the EU Council, the leaders of the EU member states would be forgiven for wondering how many more such gatherings they'll attend.

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Trump says U.S. will resume issuing visas to all countries over next 90 days

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump, trying to quell a backlash over his "extreme vetting" order, said the United States would resume issuing visas to all countries once secure policies are put in place over the next 90 days.

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Nikki Haley Puts U.N. on Notice: U.S. Is ‘Taking Names’

President Trump’s new ambassador to the United Nations said the United States would respond accordingly to those who “don’t have our back.”

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German carmakers warn U.S. against launching trade curbs

BERLIN (Reuters) - German automakers warned on Wednesday the United States would suffer significant economic damage from imposing trade curbs, after President Donald Trump put renewed pressure on U.S. carmakers to build more vehicles at home.

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Any UK-U.S. trade deal will put Britain first: PM May

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday any trade deal agreed with the United States would put British interests and values first.

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Trump White House vows to stop China taking South China Sea islands

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The new U.S. administration of President Donald Trump vowed on Monday that the United States would prevent China from taking over territory in international waters in the South China Sea, something Chinese state media has warned would require Washington to "wage war."

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U.S. says will prevent China taking over territory in international waters

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The new U.S. administration of President Donald Trump vowed on Monday that the United States would prevent China from taking over territory in international waters in the South China Sea, something Chinese state media has said would require Washington to "wage war."

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Afghanistan's Abdullah welcomes Trump commitment to troops

KABUL (Reuters) - Afghan chief executive Abdullah Abdullah on Saturday expressed hope that the United States would continue its support for the Afghan government after American President Donald Trump publicly spoke with U.S. troops stationed in Afghanistan after his inauguration on Friday.

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Russians React to Hacking Sanctions

Russians in Moscow responded on Friday to President Obama’s announcement that the United States would expel Russian diplomats and impose sanctions for Russia’s attempts to influence the 2016 election.

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Kremlin slams new U.S. sanctions, says may respond

MOSCOW (Reuters) - The Kremlin said on Wednesday that new sanctions imposed on Russia by the United States would damage relations between the two countries and that Moscow would respond with its own measures.

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EU court dismisses Nestle's Kit Kat trade mark

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - A European Union court has dismissed Nestle's attempt to register the Kit Kat shape as a trade mark for its chocolate biscuit bar, questioning whether consumers in all EU states would recognize the snack's "distinctive character".

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S.Korea c.bank sees knock to exports if China shipments to US is reduced

SEOUL, Dec 7 (Reuters) - South Korea's central bank on Wednesday said any reduction in China's exports to the United States would hamper shipments from Asia's fourth-largest economy as it would cut demand for Korea's intermediary goods.

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Australian PM says he's confident Trump won't pull out of U.S. refugee deal

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said on Sunday he was confident a refugee resettlement deal with the United States would go ahead, despite White House comments which seemed to cast doubt about its future under a Trump Administration.

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German confident EU27 will stick together in Brexit talks

BERLIN, Nov 29 (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Tuesday she was confident that EU member states would forge a common strategy in Brexit talks with London instead of seeking...

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UPDATE 1-Mexican auto parts maker says unlikely U.S. will end NAFTA

MEXICO CITY, Nov 15 (Reuters) - An executive at Mexican auto parts maker Rassini said on Tuesday he saw little chance the United States would scuttle the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), despite promises by President-Elect Donald Trump to pull out of it.

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U.S. will be 'rogue' state if it ditches climate accord: U.N. envoy

MARRAKESH, Morocco (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The United States would become "a kind of rogue country" if it pulls out of an international agreement to combat global warming, leaving the world more vulnerable to droughts and other climate extremes, warned Mary Robinson, a former Irish president and human rights advocate.

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Deutsche Telekom says too early to see Trump impact M&A in U.S.

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Deutsche Telekom said on Thursday it was too early to say whether the election of Donald Trump as the new president of the United States would be positive for merger and acquisition deals.

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Facebook adds food ordering feature

(Reuters) - Facebook Inc said users in the United States would be able to order food through the Facebook pages of restaurants starting on Wednesday as part of its efforts to connect users and businesses.

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Duterte says upcoming Philippines war games with U.S. will be the last

HANOI (Reuters) - Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Wednesday said that an upcoming military joint exercise with the United States would be the last between them but he pledged to honor existing treaties.

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UPDATE 2-U.S.' Lew praises Argentina reforms, offers tax help

BUENOS AIRES, Sept 26 (Reuters) - U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew on Monday issued a stamp of approval to Argentina's economic reform efforts and said the United States would try to expedite the exchange of tax data that could help Argentina repatriate overseas assets.

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Trump tells Netanyahu he would recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on Sunday told Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that if elected, the United States would recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, the campaign said, marking a potential dramatic shift in U.S. policy on the issue.

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UPDATE 1-Russia says using influence to get Syrian army to fulfil truce deal

MOSCOW, Sept 16 (Reuters) - The Kremlin said on Friday it was using its influence to try to ensure the Syrian army fully implemented a shaky ceasefire agreement and that it hoped the United States would use its own influence with rebel groups too.

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Russia says ready to use influence to get Syrian army to fulfil truce deal

MOSCOW, Sept 16 (Reuters) - The Kremlin said on Friday it was ready to use its influence to get the Syrian army to fully implement a shaky ceasefire agreement and that it hoped the United States would use its own influence with rebel groups too.

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Vice President Biden says U.S. committed to NATO obligations

RIGA (Reuters) - U.S. Vice President Joe Biden assured Baltic countries on Tuesday the United States would respect NATO's pledge to protect them and said comments to the contrary by Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump should not be taken seriously.