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North Korea seizes joint industrial complex with South

Pyongyang expels South's workers after Seoul shut down operations at Kaesong zone to punish North for weapons tests.

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Iran set to negotiate on oil market with Saudi Arabia

With sanctions lifted, Tehran is entering an already-glutted market as it plans to produce 500,000 barrels a day.

Iran's Oil Minister Bijan Zangeneh

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India blocks Facebook's Free Basics app

Regulators ban service that offered limited internet access to low-income people on net neutrality laws.

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Argentina in 'breakthrough' offer to end debt battle

Two creditors accept and four are yet to reply to proposal, which includes a 25 percent discount on their $9bn claims.

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Price controls fuel illegal trade in Venezuela

Government subsidies blamed for spawning illegal lines of business as Maduro government grapples with economic slowdown.

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Middle East economic growth 'possible through peace'

World Bank report says GDP growth could increase from 3.3 percent to 7.8 percent in five years if conflicts ended.

economic growth

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Anti-austerity demonstrations in Greece turn violent

Protests against government's plan to tweak pension policy bring over 40,000 to streets of Athens and other cities.

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Controversial TPP pact signed amid New Zealand protests

Protesters highlight the deal's corporate agenda as 12 countries sign the Trans-Pacific Partnership in Auckland.

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Global oil glut leaves Kazakhstan reeling

Many struggling to make ends meet in main city of Central Asian nation whose economy is heavily dependent on oil.

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Zika outbreak forces India's Tata Motors to rename car

Zica presented at car show as the country's biggest vehicles manufacturer confirms new name will be announced soon.

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