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Trump’s maximum pressure policy on North Korea may be working — thanks to China

As the U.S.-North Korea summit looms, President Donald Trump’s maximum pressure policy on North Korea may be working.

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Deutsche Bank CEO replacement reportedly could be discussed by chairman on a call on Sunday

Deutsche Bank supervisory Board Chairman Paul Achleitner has initiated a search to replace CEO John Cryan.

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President Trump’s trade policy is ‘difficult to follow,’ top EU official says

Trade tensions between both sides of the Atlantic have calmed down in the last few weeks, says EU’s Katainen.

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India, Pakistan central banks clamp down on crypto-currencies

India’s central bank barred banks on Friday from having any links to virtual currency dealers.

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Facebook suspends Canadian firm AggregateIQ after it may have ‘improperly’ had access to user data

Facebook has suspended Canadian political consultancy AggregateIQ from its platform.

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Japan activates first marines since World War II to bolster defenses against China

Japan on Saturday activated its first marine unit since World War Two trained to counter invaders occupying Japanese islands that Tokyo fears are vulnerable to attack by China.

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It’s ‘very important’ Europe reacts to Russia’s ‘unprecedented’ behavior, says EU’s Dombrovskis

It’s “very important” that Europe responds to Russia’s “unprecedented” behavior, EU’s Drombrovskis told CNBC.

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Advisors recommend against Goldman Sachs pay plan because of worries over costs

Institutional Shareholder Services recommended investors vote against a stock plan for employees at Goldman Sachs Group.

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Arizona, Texas send 400 National Guard troops to border as Mattis orders deployment of up to 4000

Arizona and Texas announced Friday that they would send 400 National Guard members to the U.S.-Mexico border by next week in response to President Donald Trump’s call for troops.

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Holidaymakers warned about fake accommodation bookings

Victims of holiday booking fraud are losing an average of £1,500 each, according to the police.