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06:26
Menendez Steps Aside As Top Democrat On U.S. Senate Panel Menendez Steps Aside As Top Democrat On U.S. Senate Panel
U.S. Senator Robert Menendez said on Wednesday he will temporarily step aside as ranking member, or top Democrat, on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, in the wake of his indictment on corruption charges, Reuters reported.
Menendez Steps Aside As Top Democrat On U.S. Senate Panel
U.S. Senator Robert Menendez said on Wednesday he will temporarily step aside as ranking member, or top Democrat, on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, in the wake of his indictment on corruption charges, Reuters reported.
06:11
American Unilateral Sanctions Do Not Work American Unilateral Sanctions Do Not Work
US economic sanctions cannot fix the problem of a nuclear Iran, because countries like Iran or North Korea always find ways around sanctions, Ambassador John Bolton said at the American Enterprise Institute think tank in Washington, DC.
American Unilateral Sanctions Do Not Work
US economic sanctions cannot fix the problem of a nuclear Iran, because countries like Iran or North Korea always find ways around sanctions, Ambassador John Bolton said at the American Enterprise Institute think tank in Washington, DC.
05:18
At Least Four Workers Killed İn Mexico Oil Rig Fire At Least Four Workers Killed İn Mexico Oil Rig Fire
Mexico's state run oil company says 16 workers were in a fire at the Abkatun Permanente platform in Gulf of Mexico.
At Least Four Workers Killed İn Mexico Oil Rig Fire
Mexico's state run oil company says 16 workers were in a fire at the Abkatun Permanente platform in Gulf of Mexico.
04:17
Haltern Mourns Germanwings Victims Haltern Mourns Germanwings Victims
More than a thousand people in the western German town of Haltern am See have flocked to a church memorial honoring those killed on Flight 4U 9525. Sixteen students and two teachers from the town's school were on board. The church, the St. Sixtus Kirche in Haltern am See, could not accommodate the r...
Haltern Mourns Germanwings Victims
More than a thousand people in the western German town of Haltern am See have flocked to a church memorial honoring those killed on Flight 4U 9525. Sixteen students and two teachers from the town's school were on board. The church, the St. Sixtus Kirche in Haltern am See, could not accommodate the r...
02:26
A Few Meters To Finish Line On Iran Talks, Fabius Says A Few Meters To Finish Line On Iran Talks, Fabius Says
French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, who arrived late Wednesday to join the Iran nuclear talks, says the negotiations are in the final but most difficult stage.
A Few Meters To Finish Line On Iran Talks, Fabius Says
French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, who arrived late Wednesday to join the Iran nuclear talks, says the negotiations are in the final but most difficult stage.
01:18
Chile's Scandals Puts Bachelet's Popularity At Record Low Chile's Scandals Puts Bachelet's Popularity At Record Low
President’s approval has fallen more than 23 points since last March, while her disapproval has risen 41 points.
Chile's Scandals Puts Bachelet's Popularity At Record Low
President’s approval has fallen more than 23 points since last March, while her disapproval has risen 41 points.
00:48
To Russia With Love: Greece's Flirt With Moscow To Russia With Love: Greece's Flirt With Moscow
The EU is getting nervous prior to the Greek Prime Minister's Moscow trip next week: Can Tsipras get economic aid in return for concessions in foreign policy? DW's Bernd Riegert reports from Brussels. "Freedom of speech and assembly exist, so we have no comment on Greek politicians' visits to Russia...
To Russia With Love: Greece's Flirt With Moscow
The EU is getting nervous prior to the Greek Prime Minister's Moscow trip next week: Can Tsipras get economic aid in return for concessions in foreign policy? DW's Bernd Riegert reports from Brussels. "Freedom of speech and assembly exist, so we have no comment on Greek politicians' visits to Russia...
00:33
20 Killed İn Clashes İn Yemen's Aden 20 Killed İn Clashes İn Yemen's Aden
At least 20 people, including civilians, were killed Wednesday in clashes between loyalists of the Shiite Houthi militant group and embattled President Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi in the southern Aden city.
20 Killed İn Clashes İn Yemen's Aden
At least 20 people, including civilians, were killed Wednesday in clashes between loyalists of the Shiite Houthi militant group and embattled President Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi in the southern Aden city.
00:11
Zarif, Kerry Hold Second Round Of Talks Wednesday Zarif, Kerry Hold Second Round Of Talks Wednesday
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and his US counterpart John Kerry started a second round of talks Wednesday in an attempt to find solutions to the sticking points in the way of striking a deal between Iran and P5+1.
Zarif, Kerry Hold Second Round Of Talks Wednesday
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and his US counterpart John Kerry started a second round of talks Wednesday in an attempt to find solutions to the sticking points in the way of striking a deal between Iran and P5+1.
00:03
At Least 23 Dead İn Chile Floods At Least 23 Dead İn Chile Floods
President Bachelet cancels foreign trips to lead government response.
At Least 23 Dead İn Chile Floods
President Bachelet cancels foreign trips to lead government response.
00:03
Update - Turkey Detains 9 British, One French Near Syrian Border Update - Turkey Detains 9 British, One French Near Syrian Border
Turkey will soon deport nine British citizens, including four children and two women, who have been detained for trying to enter Syria, officials say.
Update - Turkey Detains 9 British, One French Near Syrian Border
Turkey will soon deport nine British citizens, including four children and two women, who have been detained for trying to enter Syria, officials say.
00:03
Update - Abbas Threatens To Take Israel To Icc Over Withheld Tax Money Update - Abbas Threatens To Take Israel To Icc Over Withheld Tax Money
The tax money – around $175 million every month – makes up two thirds of overall Palestinian monthly revenues.
Update - Abbas Threatens To Take Israel To Icc Over Withheld Tax Money
The tax money – around $175 million every month – makes up two thirds of overall Palestinian monthly revenues.
23:48
Germany: Merkel Urges Separatists To Follow Minsk Deal Germany: Merkel Urges Separatists To Follow Minsk Deal
The transparency of the withdrawal of heavy weapons has been insufficient so far: German chancellor says.
Germany: Merkel Urges Separatists To Follow Minsk Deal
The transparency of the withdrawal of heavy weapons has been insufficient so far: German chancellor says.
23:33
Syrian Opposition Claims Control Of Jordan Border Gate Syrian Opposition Claims Control Of Jordan Border Gate
Jordan's interior minister has said that the border crossing with Syria has been 'temporarily closed.'
Syrian Opposition Claims Control Of Jordan Border Gate
Jordan's interior minister has said that the border crossing with Syria has been 'temporarily closed.'
23:33
Abbas Threatens To Take Israel To Icc Over Withheld Tax Money Abbas Threatens To Take Israel To Icc Over Withheld Tax Money
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas on Wednesday threatened to resort to the International Criminal Court (ICC) in case Israel did not release Palestinian tax money.
Abbas Threatens To Take Israel To Icc Over Withheld Tax Money
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas on Wednesday threatened to resort to the International Criminal Court (ICC) in case Israel did not release Palestinian tax money.
23:26
French FM Returning To Lausanne French FM Returning To Lausanne
French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius was flying back to Switzerland to join other negotiators on Iran’s nuclear program, Reuters reported.
French FM Returning To Lausanne
French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius was flying back to Switzerland to join other negotiators on Iran’s nuclear program, Reuters reported.
23:03
Millions Of Americans Depend On Smartphones For Web Access Millions Of Americans Depend On Smartphones For Web Access
Smartphones are main link to Internet for 15 percent of Americans, says new survey.
Millions Of Americans Depend On Smartphones For Web Access
Smartphones are main link to Internet for 15 percent of Americans, says new survey.
23:03
New Israel Bribes Scandal Taints Macedonia Spy Chief New Israel Bribes Scandal Taints Macedonia Spy Chief
Macedonia's opposition leader has accused the country’s top spy chief of taking bribes from Israel in surveillance equipment deal in 2011.
New Israel Bribes Scandal Taints Macedonia Spy Chief
Macedonia's opposition leader has accused the country’s top spy chief of taking bribes from Israel in surveillance equipment deal in 2011.
22:48
Blasts Rock Yemen's Aden District Blasts Rock Yemen's Aden District
A series of explosions on Wednesday rocked Khormaksar, a district of Yemen's southern Aden city near Aden International Airport.
Blasts Rock Yemen's Aden District
A series of explosions on Wednesday rocked Khormaksar, a district of Yemen's southern Aden city near Aden International Airport.
22:48
White House Says Iran Talks Could Continue Past Wednesday White House Says Iran Talks Could Continue Past Wednesday
‘The approach that we demonstrated yesterday is one that we'll continue to demonstrate,’ says White House.
White House Says Iran Talks Could Continue Past Wednesday
‘The approach that we demonstrated yesterday is one that we'll continue to demonstrate,’ says White House.

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