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China downplays failure to reach APEC joint statement
Beijing on Monday downplayed the unprecedented fallout from this year's APEC summit, which for the first time ever failed to issue a joint statement after US-China trade tensions boiled over
Clashes between the world's top two economies over the rules of global trade blocked agreement on a formal written declaration by the 21 nations represented at the Port Moresby meeting
Washington had pressed for leaders to issue what amounted to a denunciation of the World Trade Organization and a call for its wholesale reform -- a step too far for Beijing, which would likely suffer in the event of any change to trade rules.
But China on Monday chose instead to focus on the "positive results"…
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British foreign minister visits Iran for nuclear talks
British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt visited Iran for the first time on Monday for talks about the nuclear deal and freeing UK nationals held in Iranian jails
Hunt met his counterpart, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, but neither side took questions from reporters.
It was the first visit to Tehran by a Western foreign minister since the United States withdrew from the multi-nation nuclear deal in May.
Britain is determined to keep Iran in the agreement by finding ways to work around renewed US sanctions.
"The Iran nuclear deal remains a vital component of stability in the Middle East by eliminating the threat of a nuclearised Iran," Hunt said, in a statement issued in London.
"It needs 100-percent compliance though to survive. We will stick to our side of the bargain as long…