News Wire | Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2022

UAE Set to Support Saudi Arabia and Russia on Oil Output Cuts

By David Sheppard | Financial Times (free)

The UAE is likely to support substantial oil production cuts proposed by Saudi Arabia and Russia at Wednesday’s Opec+ meeting in a blow to U.S. efforts to try to stop the deal.

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Colombia and ELN Rebels to Restart Peace Talks

By Manuel Rueda | Associated Press (free)

Delegates of Colombia’s government and the nation’s largest remaining guerrilla group met Tuesday and announced that they will restart peace talks that were suspended in 2018.

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