- Daily Brief
- September 23, 2019
Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin are set to become telephone buddies on Saturday. President Trump has repeatedly insisted his administration
Peace talks between communist rebels and the Philippine government are expected to wrap up in Rome on Wednesday. The two
Poland’s parliament will reconvene on Wednesday, a month after the assembly was occupied for three weeks by the opposition. Poland’s
The world’s most valuable company wants to set up operations in India. Representatives from Apple will meet with officials in
Apple explores India, Poland’s parliament reopens amid political unrest and the Philippine government wrap up talks with communist rebels.
Turkey’s central bankers will meet on Tuesday to review the country’s monetary policy. Investors will be hoping for a rate
Italy’s Constitutional Court will debate the legality of a 2015 electoral law known as Italicum on Tuesday. The law, which
On Tuesday, the UK’s top court will make a final ruling on whether the government must seek parliamentary approval before
A crucial Brexit ruling, Italy’s Constitutional Court debates controversial electoral laws and Turkey’s central bank meets.
On Monday, French centre-right presidential candidate Francois Fillon will meet with Angela Merkel to discuss his plans for EU policy.
South Korean electronics giant Samsung is set to announce the results of a probe into the Galaxy Note 7’s spontaneous
Syrian peace talks led by Russia, Iran and Turkey kick off in Kazakhstan this week. The Astana talks, which begin