Syria Near-Miss; Barclays’ Investment-Banking Coup: Sunday WrapBy
Saudi Arabia, Russia pledge cooperation on oil production
Merkel’s party loses to anti-immigration forces in local vote
Here are highlights of Sunday’s top breaking stories from around the world:
Talks between Russia and the U.S. at the G-20 summit in China that looked like they were going to produce a cease-fire agreement in Syria — to the point podiums were set up for an announcement — fell though at the last minute.
Saudi Arabia’s deputy crown prince met with Russian President Vladimir Putin and said stability in oil markets isn’t possible unless his country and Russia cooperate. Putin emphasized the need to “maintain a permanent dialogue.” Whether that means a production freeze is another question…
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