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World NowJERUSALEM — A protest in Tel-Aviv on Saturday night took an unsettling turn when an Israeli man set himself on fire. "The state of Israel stole from me and robbed me. It left me helpless," 57-year-old Moshe Silman wrote in letters left at the...
World NowTEHRAN -- In a rare glimpse of public opinion in Iran, more than 60% of respondents to an online survey on the website of the state television news channel said they would favor Tehran ending uranium enrichment activities in exchange for the gradual...
World NowTreasury Secretary Timothy Geithner urged governments focused on the crisis in Syria to apply “maximum financial pressure” on the regime in Damascus, and he added that the United Nations could ultimately approve the use of force. Geithner,...
World NowSyria's oil minister said Wednesday that U.S. and European curbs on its oil trade have cost the regime $4 billion and caused widespread shortages of cooking fuel and other essentials....
World NowSix nations have agreed to offer a joint proposal to Iran next week in an effort to open a path for negotiations to curtail its nuclear program and to ease the threat of war....
¡Ah! que Ernest, Ernesto Guillermo, Ernest Jr, Ruffo Appel, o como se llame el candidato panista al Senado de la República. Definitivamente confunde la amnesia con la magnesia o bien se quiere pasar de listo. Cuando lo cuestionan sobre sus 3 actas de...
World NowThe European Union is lifting its economic sanctions on Myanmar, also known as Burma, in recognition of the Southeast Asian nation's steps toward political reform, officials announced....
The Obama administration faces two dangers in its nuclear negotiations with Iran, which began in a burst of optimism last weekend after the two sides managed to get through a day and a half of talks without anyone walking out. One danger, of course, is...
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World NowREPORTING 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,...
World NowWorld 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 NowThe United States may impose tough economic sanctions against India, China, South Korea and Turkey for their imports of Iranian oil despite months of negotiations with U.S. officials, the State Department announced Tuesday....
Aunque parezca una exageración, y con todo y que digan que en gran parte es un producto mercadológico, el mexiquense Enrique Peña Nieto representa un fenómeno político. No es tan culto como parecía, su carrera política es incipiente, no es propiamente...
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