Israel's top court on Sunday struck down a landmark deal regulating exploitation of Mediterranean gas reserves, in a major defeat for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Turkey has cancelled a multi-billion-dollar deal with China to build its first anti-missile system that had alarmed Ankara's allies in NATO.
Prime Minister David Cameron said British and Indian companies will announce deals worth a total of £9.0 billion during his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi's visit to Britain.
Japan and Turkmenistan signed a raft of energy and other deals worth more than $18 billion during a Japanese leader's first-ever official visit to the reclusive country.
President Barack Obama ordered the US government to take steps towards lifting sanctions on Iran, in accordance with the historic nuclear deal struck between six world powers and Tehran.
Iran's nuclear accord with world powers won final approval in the Islamic republic with a top panel of jurists and cleric giving the green light.
EU regulators cleared Intel, the world's biggest chipmaker, to buy US firm Altera for $16.7 billion in one of the largest ever Silicon Valley deals.
France announced a series of deals worth 10 billion euros ($11.4 billion) with Saudi Arabia, during a visit by Prime Minister Manuel Valls.
Israel's prime minister savaged the nuclear deal with Iran, falling silent for nearly a minute at the United Nations in protest and offering to resume direct peace talks with the Palestinians.
US President Barack Obama expressed optimism that a vast Pacific trade deal can be reached before the end of the year, despite disputes over rules for key sectors.
They are rivals on the campaign trail, but Republican presidential challengers Donald Trump and Senator Ted Cruz joined forces at a rally denouncing the Iran nuclear deal being debated by the US Congress.
US President Barack Obama hailed a Congressional vote allowing a nuclear deal with Iran to go ahead.
Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton expressed firm support for the nuclear accord with Iran, saying it was flawed but still "strong".
Former US vice president Dick Cheney blasted the Iran nuclear deal as "madness" and said it marked a "capitulation" by world powers.
US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter offered assurances that the Iran nuclear deal will leave Washington with a "more effective" military option if that becomes necessary.
US Secretary of State John Kerry made a late bid to broaden backing for the Iran nuclear deal.
France and Britain are to sign a deal Thursday aimed at alleviating the migrant crisis in Calais, where thousands of people desperate to cross the Channel have gathered in slum-like conditions.
President Barack Obama made an aggressive case for his signature nuclear deal with Iran.
Protesters poured into New York's Times Square to denounce the Iran nuclear deal as a threat to Israel and global security, demanding that Congress reject the agreement.
Countries that provided platforms for the Iranian talks have played a significant role in the nearly 20 month long intense negotiations to achieve consent on Iran’s nuclear activities.