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Eu-us

Trading blows

An apparent breakdown in negotiations between the European Union and the US - against a backdrop of public protests - shows how, from TTIP to Trump to TPP, trade has become a political hot button

Environment

El Niño adds to Asia’s climate fears

South-East Asia’s agricultural base is under threat from the unnaturally strong El Niño weather event, which has caused droughts and threatened food supplies across the world

Flashpoint

Refugees caught up in Kenya’s security fears

The Kenyan government has said it will close the Dadaab refugee camp, which it claims harbours terrorists from the Somali Islamist group Al-Shabaab

Figurehead

‘The Punisher’ promises Philippines crackdowns

Filipinos have elected the tough-talking mayor of Davao, Rodrigo Duterte, as their president, who promises a violent assault on crime and militancy

Big Deal

Greece squeezed as creditors mull debt relief

After seven years and billions of euros worth of bailouts, Greece’s European creditors and the IMF still cannot agree on debt relief

Big Shot

Ahmet Davutoglu

Turkey’s PM has jumped before he was pushed, as president Erdoğan clears out potential opponents from government