Mike Pence aide Nick Ayers will not become Trump's next chief of staff, and the president is considering Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Republican representative Mark Meadows, sources said.
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Nissan seeks to block Ghosn's access to apartment in Rio
Nissan said it was seeking to block former chairman Carlos Ghosn's access to an apartment in Rio de Janeiro, citing a risk that the executive, arrested and removed from his role for financial misconduct, may remove or destroy evidence.
Qatar rift overshadows Gulf Arab summit as emir stays away
A Gulf Arab summit called for regional unity as Bahrain and Qatar traded barbs over the Qatari emir's decision not to attend the gathering in Saudi Arabia on Sunday in a sign that a row between Doha and its neighbors is still festering.
Nobel Peace prize winners seek justice for war rape victims
This year's Nobel Peace Prize winners on Sunday called for justice for the victims of sexual violence in conflicts around the world, a day before they will receive the award for their efforts to put an end to rape as a weapon of war.
Volkswagen denies allegations chairman knew early about emissions cheating: report
Volkswagen has denied allegations that Chairman Hans Dieter Poetsch knew about the carmaker's emissions test cheating almost three months before U.S. authorities made it public in September 2015.
Chile declines to sign U.N. pact, says migration not a human right: report
Chile has become the latest country to pull out of a controversial United Nations migration pact, its interior ministry indicated, provoking fury among opposition parties who accused Sebastian Pinera’s government of “shameful and authoritarian” behavior.
De-miners sound all-clear at marooned Jordan River baptism shrines
Israeli and foreign engineers sounded the all-clear on Sunday around three churches on the western bank of the Jordan River, near where Jesus is believed to have been baptized, after mines that had marooned the shrines for decades were cleared.
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The chief executive of China's Tianqi Lithium Corp said she believes investing in Chile's lithium miner SQM will bring "long-term benefits" for both companies, despite strict conditions set for its involvement by local anti-trust regulators.
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