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  • Seven facts for Turkmenistan's 'Week of Health and Happiness'

     
    Turkmenistan, one of the most repressive countries in the world, is marking the “Week of Health and Happiness” with a march up a five-mile concrete staircase and plays such as “The Era of Power is Illuminated by Happiness,” the...
  • Iran nuclear talks imperiled by dispute with Turkey

     
    A war of words between Turkish and Iranian leaders intensified Thursday, threatening to delay or even scuttle a new round of talks between Iran and world powers, and raising fresh doubt about whether Tehran will bargain over its disputed nuclear program.....
  • World leaders take cautious approach in nuclear talks with Iran

     
    REPORTING FROM ISTANBUL, Turkey -- World powers began talks with Iran over its disputed nuclear program probing for a new willingness to negotiate, but not demanding any immediate concessions. Fourteen months after the last talks broke down in acrimony,...
  • Tuareg rebels in Mali declare independent state

     
    Tuareg rebels who recently captured northern Mali in a stunning military advance declared their own independent state. The state, which the rebels call Azawad, was immediately dismissed by France, the former colonial power in the region. It was also...
  • Critical international nuclear talks with Iran begin

     
    World powers began potentially crucial talks with Iran over its disputed nuclear program, even as Western officials appeared to rule out one much-discussed path to beginning negotiations....
  • World powers to meet with Iran on gridlocked nuclear talks

     
    The six world powers that have been trying to negotiate with Iran over its disputed nuclear program are having a face to face meeting Tuesday with Tehran’s chief nuclear negotiator – but not because there’s been any progress toward a...
  • Sharing refugees -- a 'good idea' that's gone nowhere

     
    Konate is one of more than 16,000 people who have boarded boats and landed on Malta over the past decade, often by accident. The tiny Mediterranean nation is a refugee destination out of happenstance, as people fleeing North Africa aim their boats at...
  • Muslims hold small protest in Tel Aviv over film

     
    A few dozen members of the Islamic Movement in Israel held a nonviolent protest outside the U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv on Thursday, holding banners saying “freedom of speech does not equal insulting the prophet Muhammad” and denouncing a film...
  • Italy's (unelected) prime minister hints he might stay on

     
    Mario Monti, Italy's unelected prime minister, hinted Thursday that he might stay on past elections next year despite having insisted he would step down. Monti has been trying to implement unpopular economic and labor reforms in Italy, whose economy has...
  • Latest threat to the Eurozone: Catalonia independence quest

     
    Global Focus: Just when it seemed stability was on the horizon for the tumultuous Eurozone, with Spain getting a grip on its debt financing and a plan to bail out insolvent banks, a fresh threat to the common currency has emerged with Catalonia's...
  • France approves European treaty on public-spending limits

     
    France approves the European treaty to limit public spending, a key element in Europe's strategy to combat its debt crisis. Critics say that it will enshrine austerity into French law....