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  • The Palestinian Catch-22

    Mahmoud Abbas and the Palestinians face a Catch-22. As the Sun's editorial, "Mr. Abbas' mission" (Feb. 13) points out, a unity government between Mr. Abbas' Palestinian Authority in the West Bank and Hamas in Gaza is a necessary precondition to negotiate a two state solution. Unfortunately, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu asserts that Mr. Abbas can have peace with Israel or unity with Hamas, but not both. The Catch-22 is that Israel used the split in territorial control between the Palestinian Authority and Hamas as an excuse to not negotiate. Now that this has resolved, the very resolution is a reason to not negotiate.
  • Crime king Jo Nesboe's tale of revenge has echoes of his own father

    OSLO (Reuters) - Jo Nesboe, one of Scandinavia's most successful crime writers, explores revenge and father-son dramas in his latest thriller "The Son", which tracks his own story of learning his father had fought with Hitler's army. Together with...

    Irán está cooperando, implementando acuerdo nuclear según lo planeado: IAEA

    Por Balazs Koranyi OSLO (Reuters) - Irán está cooperando con inspectores de Naciones Unidas que buscan respuestas sobre unos detonadores que podrían ser usados en un dispositivo atómico explosivo, como parte de una investigación más amplia sobre...

    Iran cooperating, implementing nuclear deal as planned: IAEA

    OSLO (Reuters) - Iran is cooperating with U.N. nuclear inspectors seeking answers about detonators that could be used to help set off an atomic explosive device, part of a wider investigation into Tehran's activities, their chief said on Wednesday....

    Norway's $860 billion oil fund needs study before buying new types of assets: minister

    OSLO (Reuters) - Norway's $860 billion oil fund, the world's biggest sovereign wealth fund, is not ready to invest in new types of assets and needs a year to study whether to buy infrastructure or unlisted assets, Finance Minister Siv Jensen said on...