- GRAINS-Wheat rallies in dollar weakness, U.S. export hopes Reuters Africa
- U.S.-China Trade Fight Shakes Global Economy, but Isn’t All Bad for Bystanders Wall Street Journal
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U.S. wheat futures rallied from one-week lows on Friday in a technical and bargain-buying bounce as a weakened U.S. dollar and rising wheat prices in rival exporting nations boosted prospects for U.S. shipments.
Countries watching the U.S.-China trade talks are anxious for the two sides to reach a deal and avert the damage that a protracted fight poses to the global economy—even if many see the potential to benefit from the dispute.
Pakistani FM's ‘shuttle diplomacy’ to Beijing, Kabul, Moscow and Tehran may have helped unleash Afghan peace process
At least 139 pro-government forces and 15 civilians were killed in Afghanistan during the past week.
Taliban launch series of attacks on security checkpoints in 4 Afghan provinces.