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Former BT chair Rake quits Huawei UK board after a year

Sir Mike Rake is to step down from the Chinese telecoms group’s UK board as a government ban looms, Sky

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Huawei CEO welcomes phone call from Biden, but may not equate to higher expectations: analyst

Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei on Tuesday said he would welcome a phone call from Joe Biden, if the US President

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Biden may retire Trump’s ‘Clean Networks’ campaign against Huawei

There are strong indications that former President Trump’s international “Clean Networks” campaign – which sought to publicly rally countries and

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Turkey hopes Mediterranean talks can calm choppy waters with EU

Following a five-year rest set apart by complaints over their adversary cases to Mediterranean waters, Turkey resumes chats with Greece


Putin calls pro-Navalny marches illegal, new protest set for Sunday

Russian President Vladimir Putin censured end of the week fights requesting the arrival of imprisoned Kremlin pundit Alexei Navalny as

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Kallas becomes Estonia’s first female PM, far right out of government

Kaja Kallas of the middle right Reform party turned into Estonia’s first female head administrator on Monday after parliament endorsed


Greek foreign minister hopes for ‘positive’ spirit from Turkey in talks

Greece’s unfamiliar pastor said he trusted Turkey would have a positive methodology towards a gathering one week from now pointed

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Turkey says Cyprus talks to be held with U.N., EU by early March

Talks over the partitioned island of Cyprus will be held in New York in the following two months with the


Macron says France will tighten legislation on incest

France will fix its laws on inbreeding, President Emmanuel Macron said in a progression of tweets on Saturday, after distribution