By Joe Leahy & James Politi | Financial Times
China’s commerce minister and his U.S. counterpart have raised concerns about their countries’ trade and investment policies at a meeting in Washington but pledged to keep channels of communication open in the first visit by a senior Chinese official to the U.S. capital since 2020.
By Can Sezer & Jonathan Spicer | Reuters
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has defied forecasts of his political demise in Turkey’s elections, rallying voters with a potent mix of religious conservatism and nationalism that looks set to propel his rule into a third decade Sunday.
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