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DENVER — The United States and other members of the P5+1 have agreed to extend the deadline for reaching a nuclear deal with Iran by several months. While administration officials, including...
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The Nigerian army, one of the biggest in Africa, should have little difficulty scattering the amateur jihadists. But its arsenal is decrepit and its troops poorly trained. Hence the government's...
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... just want this much enriched uranium' (Reuters ) The other day I fell into conversation with a very smart Congressman named Ted Deutch, a Democrat from Florida, about his minimum requirements for...
2014/11/19 02:36
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SANTIAGO, Dominican Republic, 2003 -- As the rickety puddle jumper bumps its way down, I see the rolling green mountains and bright blue curves of ocean. Coming in closer, it looks like there are...
2014/11/15 02:05
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OpEdNews Member for 216 week(s) and 1 day(s) Friday, November 14, 2014 A New Push for Peace in Syria? The giant U.S. corporations that benefit from Middle East dominance are applying maximum pressure...
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By Richard Joseph and Rachel Beatty Riedl On October 31, Blaise Compoaré, president of Burkina Faso, was forced to resign after days of mass protest. He had been in power for 27 years and was seeking...
2014/11/06 12:06
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Here’s why the U.S. shale upstarts just might win a confrontation with Saudi Arabia as oil sinks: While the Arab nation is as flush with cash as ever, the finances of some fellow OPEC members are...
2014/11/05 21:27
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Nov. 3, 2014: In this photo, a Libyan military soldier walks past damages inside a building that was used by Islamic militias for fighting in Benghazi, Libya. (AP) CAIRO – Fighting between forces...
2014/11/05 13:16
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Like the rest of Egypt, Tahrir Square in Cairo is off-limits nowadays to the protesters who made it famous three years ago. Its Tunisian equivalent is still open for business. In the run-up to the...
2014/10/31 13:39
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PALERMO, Italy—On a mid-September afternoon the sun beat down on cruise ships and freighters moored in Palermo's port. In front of white canvas tents—impromptu clinics erected earlier in the...
2014/10/31 11:17
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For signs of how the U.S. shale boom is transforming the global flow of oil, look halfway across the world at South Korea. The Asian nation, which relies on the Middle East for about 86 percent of...
2014/10/27 05:07
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Lee Jae Wook raised the scoop of his mud-spattered tractor as he braced for a scuffle with activists trying to fly balloons carrying leaflets calling for a revolt against Kim Jong Un across the border...
2014/10/26 12:16
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Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi pledged to take steps to secure the country’s border with the Gaza Strip after militants killed more than 30 soldiers in Sinai. El-Sisi, flanked by military...
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To Nelson Bunker Hunt, the world was full of enemies. There was inflation. It was running as high as 13 percent in the 1970s, like a thief threatening to steal the family fortune earned by his...
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Canada shooting: Friend says suspect was 'erratic,' spoke often of Satan Canadian officials have identified Michael Zehaf-Bibeau as the gunman killed in a shooting at Parliament. He had been blocked...
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