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North and South Korea discuss reunion meetings for divided families
SEOUL (Reuters) - Delegations from North and South Korea met on Friday for talks to arrange the first reunions in about three years for families separated by the Korean War, with the Red Cross paving the way.

Chinese media says U.S. has 'delusions' as impact of trade war spreads
SHANGHAI/BEIJING (Reuters) - U.S. protectionism is self-defeating and a "symptom of paranoid delusions" that must not distract China from its path to modernization, Chinese state media said on Friday as Beijing kept up with its war of words with Washington over trade.

Despite Trump order, border child separations could go on: legal experts
(Reuters) - The much-vilified U.S. policy of separating children from parents who illegally cross the U.S.-Mexico border could continue under certain circumstances because of ambiguous language in President Donald Trump's order meant to end the practice, legal experts said.

Indonesia cleric linked to Islamic State gets death sentence for militant attacks
JAKARTA (Reuters) - An Indonesian court on Friday sentenced to death a cleric linked to Islamic State, for masterminding from his jail cell a string of deadly militant attacks across the world's largest Muslim-majority country.

Yemen's Houthis indicate willingness to hand over port to U.N.: sources
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Yemen's Iran-aligned Houthis have indicated they would be willing to hand over management of Hodeidah port to the United Nations, a potential breakthrough in a conflict that has caused the world's worst humanitarian crisis, sources familiar with the efforts said.

Ukraine extends its Russian sanctions list
KIEV (Reuters) - Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko has signed a decree to enact a recently adopted decision to expand sanctions on Russian companies and entities, Ukraine's council of national security and defense said on Friday.