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  • Letters: Don't shut this window on Iran

    Letters: Don't shut this window on Iran
    Re "Iran agrees to nuclear limits," Nov. 24 No one disagrees that, should Iran fail to meet its obligations under the interim nuclear deal, tougher sanctions should come as a consequence. Why, then, are some members of Congress so adamant about enacting...
  • Iran talks reverberate through web of Mideast alliances

    Iran talks reverberate through web of Mideast alliances
    BEIRUT — The interim accord hammered out between Iran and global powers focuses narrowly on Tehran's nuclear ambitions but the reaction across the Middle East points to a broader significance: the prospect of a geopolitical shift with...
  • One Syrian rebel group balks on peace talks, another uncertain

    One Syrian rebel group balks on peace talks, another uncertain
    BEIRUT — A day after the United Nations unveiled a January date for long-anticipated Syrian peace talks, the head of the U.S.-backed Free Syrian Army said Tuesday that his group had no intention of attending unless it was guaranteed that President...
  • Senior Hezbollah commander killed in Beirut

    Senior Hezbollah commander killed in Beirut
    DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – A senior Hezbollah commander was gunned down in Beirut early Wednesday in what could be a sign of further sectarian escalation and spillover from the Syrian conflict into Lebanon. Hassan Holo Laqqis, 53, a founding...
  • 17-year study shows sharks return to give birth where their moms did

    17-year study shows sharks return to give birth where their moms did
    There’s no place like home – especially for lemon sharks about to give birth. Despite absences as long as 17 years, the pregnant sharks returned to the exact spot in the Bahamas where they were born when they were ready to become mothers,...
  • John Kerry's high-wire diplomacy

    John Kerry's high-wire diplomacy
    Has John F. Kerry turned into the unexpected star of President Obama's second term? He was Obama's second choice as secretary of State (after Susan Rice). He's the same windy, stiff Bostonian who ran unsuccessfully for president a decade ago. And he's...
  • Iran deal could allow peaceful nuclear program, Obama says

    Iran deal could allow peaceful nuclear program, Obama says
    WASHINGTON -- President Obama signaled Saturday that he was prepared to allow Iran to enrich uranium on its soil, saying that an eventual nuclear deal could be structured to ensure that Tehran’s program would be only for peaceful purposes. In an...
  • Obama says Iran could be allowed a modest nuclear enrichment program

    Obama says Iran could be allowed a modest nuclear enrichment program
    WASHINGTON — President Obama signaled Saturday that he was prepared to allow Iran to enrich uranium on its own soil, saying that a final deal could be structured to prevent Tehran from developing a nuclear bomb. Obama also put the odds of...
  • 4 U.S. presidents to attend Mandela memorial events

    4 U.S. presidents to attend Mandela memorial events
    JOHANNESBURG, South Africa — Four American presidents, along with more than 60 other world leaders, will travel to South Africa this week to honor former President Nelson Mandela. One man who won't be there is the Dalai Lama, Tibet's spiritual...
  • U.S., concerned about militants, suspends some Syrian rebel aid

    U.S., concerned about militants, suspends some Syrian rebel aid
    BEIRUT -- The United States has suspended delivery of non-lethal aid to the armed opposition in northern Syria following reports that Islamist militias had seized U.S.-provided equipment inside the country, the American Embassy in Turkey confirmed...
  • India's Supreme Court reinstates law criminalizing gay sex

    India's Supreme Court reinstates law criminalizing gay sex
    NEW DELHI — In a reversal that surprised many gay activists and flew in the face of changes seen in some other countries recently, India’s Supreme Court on Wednesday overturned a lower-court ruling, in effect making homosexuality a crime...