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  • U.N. nuclear chief headed to Iran, inspection deal in the works

     
    The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency heads to Iran on Sunday for high-level meetings ahead of next week's gathering in Baghdad of world powers hoping to persuade Tehran to reopen its nuclear program to outside inspection....
  • Obama warns Iran that time is running out for diplomacy

     
    President Obama warned Iran on Wednesday that the window of opportunity to resolve the international deadlock over its nuclear weapons program through diplomacy is closing....
  • Iran counters Western offer on nuke inspections, news agency says

     
    Iranian negotiators have countered a proposal from six world powers with their own plan to resolve the long-running dispute over Iran's nuclear program, according to a state-controlled Iranian news agency....
  • Iranians criticize U.S. 'crimes' in Iraq while praising IAEA

     
    The head of the U.N. nuclear agency said after meeting with Iran's chief negotiator on nuclear issues that the atmosphere among Iranian officials was "positive" ahead of scheduled meeting in Baghdad with six world powers....
  • Fugitive from 1995 sarin gas attack on Tokyo subway captured

     
    Japanese police have finally captured Naoko Kikuchi, one of the last remaining suspects from the 1995 sarin gas attack on the Tokyo subway, who admitted to being relieved that her life on the lam had come to an end....
  • Iran 'sanitizing' suspected nuclear test site, think tank says

     
    Iran has razed two buildings and bulldozed earth away from a site at the Parchin military complex where international nuclear watchdogs suspect a test of nuclear weapons explosives was carried out in 2003, a Washington think tank has alleged, based on...
  • Russians, others sentenced to prison in post-Kadafi Libya

     
    Two dozen men from Ukraine, Belarus and Russia were sentenced Monday to long prison terms in Libya for their work in support of the late Moammar Kadafi's regime, Russian media reported....
  • IAEA chief says Iran may have cleaned site of nuclear weapons test

     
    The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency said publicly for the first time Monday that the U.N. agency suspects Iran has been cleaning away traces of a 2003 nuclear weapons test ahead of possible inspections of the military facility south of...
  • Egyptians protest against presidential candidate Ahmed Shafik

     
    In Cairo, about 6,000 Egyptians gathered to pressure the military-backed Egypt government to disqualify Ahmed Shafik from the runoff election with Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohamed Morsi....
  • U.N. nuclear agency finds more highly enriched uranium in Iran

     
    The U.N. atomic watchdog agency has found evidence at an underground bunker in Iran that may mean scientists have moved closer to enriching uranium to the level needed to produce nuclear weapons. Iran claims the more highly enriched uranium was the result...
  • Chavez opponent slams court decisions as political tricks

     
    In a move that critics believe will help President Hugo Chavez at the ballot box, the top court in Venezuela changed the leadership of two political parties this week. The Supreme Court decisions came just before a Monday deadline for political parties to...
  • No progress at talks with Iran on nuclear inspections, IAEA says

     
    An agreement to allow international inspection of Iran's nuclear facilities failed to materialize during "disappointing" talks Friday between Iranian officials and the International Atomic Energy Agency, the U.N. nuclear watchdog agency reported from...