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Europe Edition: Ukraine, St Petersburg, Barack Obama: Your Thursday Briefing

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In an Op-Ed, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson wrote that “there cannot be business as usual with Russia” unless there’s peace in Ukraine._____PhotoCredit George Ourfalian/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images• Turkey’s president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, abandoned a softened approach toward President Bashar al-Assad of Syria, calling Mr. Assad a “terrorist” with no place in Syria’s postwar future.Mr. Erdogan may have intended his remarks as a message to Russia, Mr. Assad’s ally, that it cannot dictate Syria’s postwar future, most notably on issues involving Syria’s Kurdish groups.But even as Mr.

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Europe Edition: Ukraine, St Petersburg, Barack Obama: Your Thursday Briefing

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In an Op-Ed, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson wrote that “there cannot be business as usual with Russia” unless there’s peace in Ukraine._____PhotoCredit George Ourfalian/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images• Turkey’s president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, abandoned a softened approach toward President Bashar al-Assad of Syria, calling Mr. Assad a “terrorist” with no place in Syria’s postwar future.Mr. Erdogan may have intended his remarks as a message to Russia, Mr. Assad’s ally, that it cannot dictate Syria’s postwar future, most notably on issues involving Syria’s Kurdish groups.But even as Mr. Erdogan spoke, his government was finalizing a $2.5 billion deal to purchase Russian missile systems._____PhotoCredit Nathaniel Brooks for The New York Times• American farmers, who grapple with migrant labor laws and many other rules, exemplify what businesses describe as regulatory fatigue. President Trump has tapped into their discontent over regulations.Meanwhile, companies outside the U.S

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