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Iranian nuclear talks end without a deal
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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.
Kerry: Gaps remain in Iran nuclear talks
Karen DeYoung and Joby Warrick
Officials say a breakthrough on an interim deal is possible after years of failed negotiations.
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.
Was Yasser Arafat fatally poisoned with polonium?
William Booth
Swiss experts suggest the radioactive toxin may have been the culprit. If so, no one’s saying who did it.
Kerry works to keep Israeli-Palestinian talks on track
Karen DeYoung and William Booth
Netanyahu and Abbas have warned of growing tensions in the closed-door negotiations.
Former Israeli foreign minister Lieberman acquitted
William Booth
Israel’s undiplomatic diplomat wins a court case and probably his old cabinet job back.
Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood finds havens abroad
Abigail Hauslohner in DOHA and Qatar
Forced into exile in countries such as Qatar, Brotherhood members are charting the group’s future.
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Attacks targeting soldiers and government employees around Iraqi capital Baghdad kill 5
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Islamists in Egypt
Since ousting Mubarak, the Islamists and liberals have quarreled over Egypt’s religious tenor.
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The new Iraqi army seems professional, but is dysfunctional.
New pages in Egypt’s Facebook revolution
Egyptian activists are focusing on new targets.
U.S. Special Forces prepare to leave Iraq
Iraqi special forces are taking the lead on missions.
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Asia / Pacific
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
Africa
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
Europe
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
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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
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Veterans Affairs suspends mandatory overtime for workers as disability claims backlog drops
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