Opec Considers Nine-Month Extension in Output Cut

News of the nine-month extension starting emerging when Khalid Al-Falih, Saudi Arabia's energy and industry oil minister told CNBC , "Nine months with the same level of production that our member countries have been producing at is a very safe and nearly certain option to do the trick".

Brazil president revokes order deploying troops in capital

A woman, with the Portuguese word for "Out" painted on her forehead, poses next to a montage featuring Brazil's President Michel Temer and the message "No to welfare reform", during an anti-government protest in Brasilia , Brazi. Last week, Brazilian General Prosecutor Rodrigo Janot said he wanted to investigate Temer for corruption and obstruction of justice, passive corruption and criminal organization.

Journalist says Gianforte's account incorrect

The Gallatin County sheriff's office charged Gianforte with misdemeanor, and said he must appear in court by June 7. Afterwards, the journalist told his own employer: 'He took me to the ground. Republican Gianforte and Democrat Rob Quist face off Thursday to replace former Rep. Ryan Zinke, who President Donald Trump tapped to lead the Department of Interior.

Jakarta bombings linked to IS

The witness, known as Joni, told MetroTV that there was heavy traffic near the terminal when the first blast went off. "From the damage, I can see the explosions were pretty big", Andry Wibowo said. The second suspect's house in the city of Cimahi, outside Bandung, was also searched and his mother and sister were found to be living there, said Yunus.

Greek bailout talks end with no deal

Greek bailout talks end with no deal

Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos attends a eurozone finance ministers meeting in Brussels, Belgium May 22, 2017. Without more emergency cash, Athens risks default in July when it faces big debt repayments. The eurozone and the International Monetary Fund agreed on Monday that Greece would have to keep a primary surplus - the budget balance before debt servicing - at 3.5 per cent of GDP for five years after the bailout ends in 2018.