What we’re watching Sunday
Aid efforts are underway in the Philippines although many parts of the country are stil inaccessible to government and aid workers. Typhoon Haiyan is thought to have killed at least 10,000 people and is on a course to hit northern Vietnam on Monday morning.
The talks in Geneva on Iran’s nuclear program ended without an agreement early Sunday. Secretary of State John Kerry called the talks “very productive” and stated that all sides were determined to continue the efforts. The next meeting is planned for November 20th.
- The Saudi state news agency reports that a police clash with foreign workers in Riyadh has left at least two dead, 68 hurt and 561 arrested. The Wall Street Journal reports that the clash is the “most fraught moment so far for the oil kingdom as it pushes a more-than two-year campaign to restructure its labor market and private sector, which economists say are unsustainably dependent on millions of low-paid Asian and African workers.”