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Europe

One dead, eight in hospital after stabbings in Turku
Why no barriers? Barcelona attack reignites row over securing streets
Despite delay, U.S. expected to impose steel tariffs
Norway’s $975-bln wealth fund should improve ethical stance
Post-bailout Portugal grows on strong domestic demand

North Africa

East Libyan elite forces snub ICC over warrant for commander
Anti-migrant ship in trouble refuses help from NGO
Egypt train crash kills 36, injures more than 100
Egypt, number of tourists in May up by 32.9%

Egypt, number of tourists in May up by 32.9%

Cairo - The number of tourists that visited Egypt in May increased by 32.9% compared to last year, the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS) reported on Monday. CAPMAS added that the number of nights tourists spent in Egypt increased by 145.8% to 5.9 million nights

The other Tangier: and so it grows / ANALYSIS

Middle East

Iran ready to swap half a million barrels of oil per day
Tehran to bring totally homebuilt steel mill online
Trade at Jebel Ali Free Zone hits $80.2 billion

Trade at Jebel Ali Free Zone hits $80.2 billion

Dubai - Non-oil trade at Jebel Ali Free Zone rose 17% to $80.2 billion or an equivalent 27.9 million tons in 2016, from 23.9 million tons a year earlier. China kept its position as the free zone’s major player with $11.3 billion worth of non-oil goods, equipment and commodities being shipped in via the Jebel Ali port

Kuwait contains oil spill, power and water output normal
Iran shipped 502 thousand barrels of crude oil to State and private companies in India

Black Sea

Russia-Indonesia trade turnover up 14% in 2017
Russian Eurobonds: foreign investors took 85%
Russia sees no big surge in arms sales

Russia sees no big surge in arms sales

Paris - The Russian weapons industry remains competitive on a global scale despite Western sanctions, but the cyclical nature of the business and budget constraints are dampening prospects for a big surge in global arms sales, Russia’s top arms trade official said on Tuesday

Turkish shipbuilding sees continued growth
Tanker Bospor arrested for seamen smuggling

Tanker Bospor arrested for seamen smuggling

Odessa - Moldova-flagged tanker “Bospor” was arrested in Odessa Port,Ukraine, on June 8. According to official statement, during years 2015-2017 vessel was engaged in smuggling of some 100 Ukrainian seamen from Ukraine to Crimea Peninsula