14 July 2014

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US envoy for Afghanistan steps down

US envoy for Afghanistan steps downWASHINGTON: The US special envoy for Afghanistan is stepping down at a key juncture in troubled US-Afghan ties and as the country grapples with a political crisis triggered by disputed presidential elections.James Dobbins, a veteran diplomat with deep ties to Afghanistan, is retiring after just over a year in office and will be replaced by his deputy Dan Feldman, US Secretary of State John Kerry said in a statement Wednesday.The shuffle comes as the two candidates to be Afghanistan´s next

Iran nuclear talks enters final round in Vienna

VIENNA Iran nuclear talks entered Thursday the decisive, dangerous endgame with a final round of hardball negotiations potentially going all the way to a July 20 finish line.The deal being sought by Iran and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany would finally ease fears of Tehran getting nuclear weapons and silence talk of war, in exchange for ending punishing sanctions on the Islamic republic.With Sunni Islamic insurgents overrunning large parts of Iraq and Syria in

Sarkozy detained for questioning in French graft probe: judicial source

Sarkozy detained for questioning in French graft probe: judicial sourcePARIS: Nicolas Sarkozy was on Tuesday detained for questioning in a widening corruption probe, a judicial source told AFP, in an unprecedented move against a former French president.Anti-corruption investigators can hold Sarkozy for questioning for up to 24 hours, with a possible extension of another day.Sarkozy had turned himself in for questioning a day after investigators detained his lawyer Thierry Herzog and two magistrates. The investigators are seeking to establish if the former president, with the help of Herzog, attempted to pervert the

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