06 March 2015

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'Significant gaps' remain in Iran nuclear talks: Kerry

'Significant gaps' remain in Iran nuclear talks: Kerry GENEVA: There are still "significant gaps" in negotiations over Iran's nuclear programme, US Secretary of State John Kerry said Saturday, warning that President Barack Obama was not prepared to extend them further.Kerry's comments came in a stopover in London before he heads to Geneva Sunday for two more days of talks with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif.Iran and the P5+1 group of Britain, China, France, Russia, the United States and Germany are trying to

Nigerian president says he underestimated Boko Haram

LAGOS Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan said he underestimated Boko Haram extremist who have overrun swathes of the country s northeast and defended an election postponement in an interview published Sunday.Jonathan, facing a tight re-election bid against ex-military ruler Muhammadu Buhari, has faced criticism over the vote delay, which critics argue was designed to give him time to shore up his campaign.The military pushed for the six-week delay eventually

US signals likely delay in troop exit from Afghanistan

US signals likely delay in troop exit from AfghanistanKabul: President Barack Obama´s new Pentagon chief said Saturday the United States was seriously considering slowing the pace of a troop withdrawal from Afghanistan, as the country battles a resilient Taliban insurgency.US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter´s comments in Kabul offered the clearest sign yet that Washington was ready to delay the closure of some bases and retain more troops after appeals by Afghanistan´s new President Ashraf Ghani and advice from

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