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Turkey's Erdogan Says Russia May Deliver S-400 Missiles Soon

Turkey's Erdogan Says Russia May Deliver S-400 Missiles Soon

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan ruled out U.S. demands that Turkey delay the purchase of an advanced Russian missile-defense system and said Moscow may bring forward the delivery date from July.
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Exit Polls Say Modi Heads for Victory

Exit Polls Say Modi Heads for Victory

Modi’s coalition poised to sweep to victory in India, according to the exit polls over the weekend. Bloomberg’s Harsha Subramaniam reports on “Bloomberg Markets: China Open.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Brussels Edition: Oh, Vienna

Brussels Edition: Oh, Vienna

Welcome to the Brussels Edition, Bloomberg’s daily briefing on what matters most in the heart of the European Union. Sign up here to get it in your inbox every weekday morning.
Trump and Kim’s Cozy Relationship Makes Nuclear Talks Tougher

Trump and Kim’s Cozy Relationship Makes Nuclear Talks Tougher

The leaders, who “fell in love” during their first summit, have few options now that discussions have collapsed.
Firebrand Preacher on a Mission to Get Malawi's Aid Back

Firebrand Preacher on a Mission to Get Malawi's Aid Back

Firebrand preacher Lazarus Chakwera, Malawi’s main opposition leader and a front-runner in Tuesday’s presidential election, pledged to clean up the government and persuade international donors to lift
Nigel Farage Is Winning the Brexit Cyber War

Nigel Farage Is Winning the Brexit Cyber War

Nigel Farage’s newly-created Brexit Party is threatening to wipe out Theresa May’s Conservatives in the European Parliament elections. One reason behind the Farage surge in the polls may be his
Australia's Climate Wars Set to Heat Up After Coal Champion Wins

Australia's Climate Wars Set to Heat Up After Coal Champion Wins

Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s surprise victory in Australia’s election was a win for the coal industry and ensures the debate about tackling climate change will continue to polarize the nation.
Trump Vows China’s Economy Won’t Surpass U.S. on His Watch

Trump Vows China’s Economy Won’t Surpass U.S. on His Watch

President Donald Trump said he was “very happy” with the trade war and that China wouldn’t become the world’s top superpower under his watch.
Macron Stumbles Ahead of Rematch With Le Pen

Macron Stumbles Ahead of Rematch With Le Pen

If the unpopular French president loses in Sunday’s election, he’ll have no one to blame but himself.
Trump Says He's ‘Being Played’ by Democrats on Infrastructure

Trump Says He's ‘Being Played’ by Democrats on Infrastructure

President Donald Trump said he wants Congress to pass major infrastructure legislation but that he’s “being played by the Democrats” who are trying to goad him into raising taxes.
Junkyard Dog Demise Paves Way for Australia Policy Collaboration

Junkyard Dog Demise Paves Way for Australia Policy Collaboration

Australia’s bare-knuckle parliamentary struggles of the past 10 years could give way to a more conciliatory era as Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s shock win delivers him unprecedented authority within
Australia’s Morrison to Secure Majority Government, ABC Says

Australia’s Morrison to Secure Majority Government, ABC Says

The Australian Broadcasting Corporation is reporting that Scott Morrison is on course to secure a majority government, meaning he has won the 76 seats necessary to govern alone without the support of
Top U.S. Tech Companies Begin to Cut Off Vital Huawei Supplies

Top U.S. Tech Companies Begin to Cut Off Vital Huawei Supplies

Top U.S. corporations from chipmakers to Google have frozen the supply of critical software and components to Huawei Technologies Co., complying with a Trump administration crackdown that threatens to
Australia's Morrison to Secure Majority as Shares Rally on Win

Australia's Morrison to Secure Majority as Shares Rally on Win

Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s center-right government will command a parliamentary majority, the Australian Broadcasting Corp. projected Monday, fueling a stock market rally as investors welcomed
Tories Turn to Leadership Race as May Puts Up One More Fight

Tories Turn to Leadership Race as May Puts Up One More Fight

U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May vowed one more push to get her unpopular divorce deal through Parliament but her party is already moving on, hurtling into a bitter leadership race that will define the
India Election Winner Gets an Economy Riddled With Problems

India Election Winner Gets an Economy Riddled With Problems

A set of deep-rooted economic challenges awaits India’s new government after election results are announced May 23.
Trump Warns Iran It Faces Ruin If It ‘Wants to Fight’ With U.S.

Trump Warns Iran It Faces Ruin If It ‘Wants to Fight’ With U.S.

President Donald Trump warned Iran not to threaten the U.S. or face ruinous consequences as tensions mount between Washington and Tehran.
Deutsche Bank Staff Eyed Trump, Kushner Transactions: NYT

Deutsche Bank Staff Eyed Trump, Kushner Transactions: NYT

Multiple transactions involving legal entities controlled by President Donald Trump and his son-in-law Jared Kushner aroused the suspicion of anti-money laundering specialists at Deutsche Bank in 2016
Merkel’s Successor Is Firefighting After Power Grab Falters

Merkel’s Successor Is Firefighting After Power Grab Falters

Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer is fighting to preserve her position as Angela Merkel’s heir apparent after her attempts to accelerate the transfer of power backfired.
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