After reaching a $65 billion restructuring agreement in principle with its creditors earlier this month, Argentina must now turn to relief from the International Monetary Fund to free up cash in the near term, the Institute of International Finance said.
Argentina looks to IMF for more breathing space
The spokesman of Iran’s Foreign Ministry and his Russian counterpart discussed ways to boost bilateral media cooperation and confront “unrealistic propaganda” made by Western states.
Iran, Russia review bilateral cooperation, ways to tackle false propaganda by West
The arrest during a Portland, Oregon protest of a black woman who became a leading activist in the racial justice movement after she was assaulted by a white supremacist three years ago has galvanized local and national Black Lives Matter groups.
Activist’s arrest in Portland galvanizes Black Lives Matter
Egypt on Tuesday reopened Gaza’s main passenger crossing point for the first time in months for thousands of Palestinians who have been stranded on both sides of the border due to the coronavirus crisis.
Egypt allows Gazans to leave strip for first time in months
Britain and France will work “at pace” to finalize a new plan for shutting down a migrant route across the Channel, British Immigration Minister Chris Philp said on Tuesday.
Britain says it is working with France on blocking migrant route
The explosion was caused by the ignition of 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate that had been sitting at Beirut port for more than six years.
Lebanon marks one week since deadly Beirut explosion
Turkey will issue seismic exploration and drilling licenses in new areas of the Eastern Mediterranean by the end of August and continue its operations in the region, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Tuesday, amid tensions with Greece.
Turkey says it will license new Mediterranean areas this month
The number of coronavirus cases topped 20 million on Tuesday, more than half of them from the US, India and Brazil.
Global coronavirus cases top 20m, doubling in 45 days
Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha said on Tuesday he is concerned about a growing student protest movement after another student group issued an unusually frank 10-point call for reform of the monarchy.
Thai PM 'concerned' after new student demands on monarchy

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