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  • Tsunami aid pledges top $3 billion

    JAKARTA, Indonesia - Australia promised $764 million - the largest government pledge - to the tsunami relief effort, topping a $674 million German aid package on the eve of a crucial donors conference today. World leaders were competing to head the donors...
  • Sanctions are not the way to change Russia's political behavior

    U.S. sanctions against Russia will not solve any political problems. American history shows that sanctions fail precisely because they don't change political behavior; sanctions against Russia will similarly prove ineffective. The United States has...
  • Retired Gen. Garner: We should never have gone to war with Iraq

    Retired Gen. Garner: We should never have gone to war with Iraq
    The retired general who briefly led America's postwar Iraq reconstruction efforts said Tuesday that the war was a mistake, calling it one of many foreign-policy missteps that have emboldened U.S. enemies and contributed to unrest throughout the world....
  • Iran's leader appears unbending on core nuclear issues, say experts

    Iran's leader appears unbending on core nuclear issues, say experts
    Iran’s agreement last year to join international negotiations over its disputed nuclear program stirred a new debate about the country’s enigmatic supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. Was the cleric an implacable revolutionary, as he...
  • France says Iran faces crucial choices as nuclear talks extended

    CAIRO (Reuters) - France said on Saturday it hoped the extension on nuclear talks between the West and Iran would convince Tehran to make the "indispensable choices" needed to reach a long term deal, but warned that major differences still remained....
  • Extended Iran nuclear talks may be 'last chance': German foreign minister

    BERLIN (Reuters) - The coming four months of extended nuclear negotiations between the West and Iran may be the last chance for a long time to reach a peaceful solution, Germany's Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said on Saturday. Iran and six...
  • Ashton to 'complete' Iran talks despite EU job change: diplomat

    VIENNA (Reuters) - World powers expect European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton to lead nuclear negotiations with Iran during a four-month extension of the talks, even though she leaves her EU job in late October, a senior Western diplomat...
  • Both sides in Iran nuclear talks make concessions to extend deadline

    Iran and six world powers agreed late Friday to extend their talks on Tehran’s nuclear program for four months, insisting that they have made progress toward a historic deal despite disagreements. Representatives of the seven countries have...
  • Factbox: What Iran must do, and get in return, under nuclear talks extension

    VIENNA (Reuters) - Iran will receive $2.8 billion of its cash previously frozen abroad in return for action to limit its disputed atomic activities during a four-month extension of talks with six world powers over its nuclear program. After more than two...
  • Extension of Iran nuclear talks gets mixed Israeli response

    JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel responded skeptically to the extension of Iranian nuclear talks with world powers on Saturday, saying it saw no cause for the optimism voiced by some Western diplomats about prospects for an accord. After failing to meet a...
  • Iran warned of 'last chance' in nuclear talks after deadline missed

    VIENNA (Reuters) - Iran faced Western pressure on Saturday to make concessions over its atomic activities after it and six world powers failed to meet a July 20 deadline for a deal to end the decade-old dispute but agreed to keep talking. The countries...
  • U.S. sanctions set to slow Rosneft's dollar debt, not oil deals

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - President Barack Obama aimed a direct blow at Russia's economic heart on Wednesday with sanctions on Rosneft, the flagship oil giant that generates more than 4 percent of the world's crude and over 8 percent of the country's GDP. But...