No agreement reached over Iran nuclear program as negotiations continue…
U.S. offers to ease sanctions if Iran freezes its nuclear program…
What parameters and 'thorny issues' are guiding nuclear talks with Iran?…
Though diplomats offered few details, talks in Geneva over Iran's nuclear programs were described as "substantive" and "forward-looking," giving negotiators the opportunity to discuss questions and clarify their positions in greater depth than before. Ray Suarez reports.
President Bashar al-Assad announced the Syrian government is applying to join the Chemical Weapons Convention and is willing to hand over the country's chemical arsenal, but wants the U.S. to drop their threat of force. Judy Woodruff reports on talks…
News Wrap: Pair of Bombings Strike Separate Parts of Damascus…
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton told a group of diplomats that "it's time for Gadhafi to go," as several countries moved to impose sanctions and other measures on Gadhafi, his family and senior Libyan officials. Jonathan Rugman of Independent Television…
Iran has agreed to a second round of discussions over its disputed nuclear program following a meeting in Geneva on Thursday with diplomats from the U.S. and other world powers.
Opposition from increasingly important China and India derailed efforts to negotiated a global trade deal Tuesday. With the talks stalled, two economic experts assess the impact on American and international businesses and farmers.
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