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Iranian nuclear talks end without a deal
Karen DeYoung and Joby Warrick
Two days of marathon negotiations ended early Sunday without agreement over an interim plan on Iran’s disputed nuclear program.
Colombia’s president says ‘we will have peace’ with rebels
Juan Forero
Next step in talks, negotiating how to stamp out cocaine trade in guerrilla territory, a critical point for U.S.
Israelis swoon for ultra-Orthodox rockers
William Booth
Brothers win audience votes on TV talent show with covers of “Hotel California,” other hits.
Iraqi Kurds look to Turkey for path to independence
Ben Van Heuvelen
Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki and the Obama administration have balked at the budding alliance.
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One of the strongest typhoons on record hits Philippines
Associated Press
The 195-mph typhoon had been poised to be the strongest tropical storm ever recorded at landfall.
Manfred Rommel, son of WWII military leader, dies at 84
Angela Cullen
Mr. Rommel served for 22 years as mayor of Stuttgart.
Facing terrorist threat, Pakistan creates its own Patriot Act
Tim Craig
The government says the measure provides more transparency, but activists fear it will lead to abuses.
Netanyahu combative as Kerry pushes on peace talks
Karen DeYoung
The U.S. chief diplomat is in the region to bolster shaky negotiations between Israelis and Palestinians.
As economy slows, China faces moment of decision
Simon Denyer
Communist Party officials are expected to create a blueprint for economic reforms that could reverberate worldwide.
U.S. offers Iran sanction relief for nuclear ‘freeze’
Joby Warrick and William Booth
A pause in uranium enrichment would result in temporary, modest relief from some sanctions against Iran.
Pakistani Taliban selects hard-line new leader
Tim Craig and Haq Nawaz Khan
Maulana Fazlullah, a widely feared militant, ordered the shooting of teen education advocate Malala.
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Timeline: Unrest in Syria
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Vladi­mir Putin’s feats of strength
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No nuclear deal with Tehran: Top EU diplomat, Iranian foreign minister say differences remain
Philippine typhoon death toll could reach 10,000 after strongest storm ravages central region
Philippine police official, local government say typhoon death toll could reach 10,000 people
Kerry: Window for diplomacy does not stay open indefinitely
Kerry: US understands, respects 'very strong feelings' of friends, allies on Iran
Kerry: 'We remain committed to protecting our allies, particularly our allies' in the Mideast
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Lawyer says Toronto mayor 'considering' rehab
Spacewalkers hand off Olympic torch
Typhoon Haiyan blasts the Philippines
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Typhoon Haiyan slams the Philippines
Hundreds are feared dead after massive storm lashes archipelago with sustained winds exceeding 140 mph.
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Africa’s struggle with poaching
Fueled by the increasing demand for tusks and horns from Asia, rhino and elephant poaching continues to rise in Africa.
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Afghan Legacy
What U.S. forces are leaving behind in Afghanistan after more than a decade of war.
The New Mexicans
The middle class is becoming a majority in Mexico, where dramatic demographic changes are taking place.
Red Nobility
In a society rooted in egalitarianism, the families of top Communist Party officials wield increasing clout.
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Philippine typhoon death toll could reach 10,000 after strongest storm ravages central region
More than 100 dead in Philippines after typhoon’s onslaught
Maldives presidential election leads to runoff but 2nd place candidate wants it postponed
Typhoon Haiyan slams Philippines
Chess world championship match between Anand and Carlsen begins with quick draw
3 Tuareg rebels killed in northern Mali, say officials
Nigerian military kills 5 suspected Islamic extremists near northern city of Kano
Ghana: President John Mahama sacks Cabinet minister after leaked tape
Militants attempt prison break-out in northern Somalia; 3 guards killed
Middle East
No nuclear deal with Tehran: Top EU diplomat, Iranian foreign minister say differences remain
Kerry: US understands, respects 'very strong feelings' of friends, allies on Iran
Kerry: Iran talks 'a long and interesting process, but a very productive one'
No nuke deal with Tehran: Top EU diplomat and Iranian foreign minister say differences remain
Kerry: 'We are closer now as we leave Geneva than we were when we came'
Iranian nuclear talks end without a deal
World powers to reconvene at political directors level on Nov. 20 in Geneva over Iran
Dutch DJ Afrojack: It's fun hosting international stars such as Miley Cyrus on home turf
The Americas
Venezuela wins seventh Miss Universe as nation keeps churning out beauty amid economic crisis
Miami Herald reporter released after 2-day detention in Venezuela for reporting on crisis
Colombia club shooting leaves 8 dead, 6 injured
Venezuelans stand in line all night for bargain TVs after leader seizes appliances store chain
National Security
Army veteran in NJ is 1 millionth new GI Bill beneficiary
Veterans Affairs suspends mandatory overtime for workers as disability claims backlog drops
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