Mexico, U.S. to Release Draft of Bilateral, Renegotiated Nafta Friday

Mexico’s president-elect said he will push to keep Canada in the North American Free Trade Agreement, as Mexican officials scrambled to try to broker a last-minute deal between Washington and Ottawa. “There is still time to achieve a trilateral agreement,” Mexican President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador said Friday after speaking with Canadian Prime Minister Justin…

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U.S., Canada Cast Doubt on Reaching a Nafta Deal by Friday

The U.S. and Canada missed a Friday deadline imposed by the Trump administration to revamp the North American Free Trade Agreement, but agreed to extend talks rather than rip up the quarter-century-old treaty. After four days of marathon talks ended with significant differences remaining, President Trump said he still planned to stick with the timetable…

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Hamas decries Israeli decision to end ‘Black Friday’ probe

Hamas has condemned an Israeli decision to close a military investigation into an assault on August 1, 2014, in which 135 Palestinians were killed in Rafah, in the southern part of the besieged Gaza Strip. In a report on Wednesday, the Israeli army cleared itself of wrongdoing and said it would not prosecute commanders who were…

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Pentagon announces 2000% increase in Russia bots since Friday

Sir Martin Sorrell has resigned as CEO of WPP, one of the largest advertising and public relations companies in the world, the company said on Saturday. Why it matters: Sorrell is considered one of the most influential people in media, advertising and marketing. But he recently faced a board investigation into his behavior (with no…

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