The International Monetary Fund conceded in a report that Greece has little chance for a sustained recovery without some debt reduction.
An Iranian official on Thursday said Tehran accepts that U.N. monitors need to visit sensitive sites and question nuclear officials.
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The U.N. nuclear watchdog chief’s visit to Tehran is intended to seek a plan to examine Iran’s past nuclear program experiments.
European officials said there would be no further debt negotiations with Greece until after its planned referendum Sunday.
The MBCA Kim-Nirvana capsized suddenly minutes after leaving the port of Ormoc.
More 100 people were killed Wednesday in a fierce series of jihadist attacks in the Sinai peninsula.
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The action follows a 2014 vote by the Presbyterian Church to pull investments from three firms connected to the West Bank occupation.
U.S. Interests Section chief Jeffrey DeLaurentis arrived at the Cuban Foreign Ministry in Havana this morning to hand-deliver the message.
Iran and world powers agreed Tuesday to extend the deadline for a comprehensive nuclear deal by another week, to July 7.
Greece at midnight Tuesday missed making a key payment to the International Monetary Fund, the first developed nation to do so.
A transport turboprop carrying 12 military personnel and 101 family members crashed Tuesday in a residential neighborhood.
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Banks in Greece stayed closed Monday, announcing they would limit people to withdrawals of just 60 Euro -- $67.40 -- per day from ATMs.
Advocates for Palestinians say the divest and sanction movement is a non-violent way to pressure Israel into ending human rights abuses.
Air force officials say the C-130 Hercules carrying 113 people appeared to develop engine trouble shortly after takeoff.
The Taliban sent a text message to The Associated Press claiming responsibility for the attack.
The pope will be in Philadelphia Sept. 26-27 for the conclusion of the World Meeting of Families conference.
Greece’s prime minister says on television that European leaders wouldn’t dare throw his debt-ridden country out of the eurozone.
The Israeli navy halted a Swedish-registered protest ship seeking to break Israel’s naval blockade of the Gaza Strip.
Few turn out to elect a new parliament Monday after blasts and gunfire and weeks of protest over the president’s bid for a third term.
The developments have thrown into question Greece’s financial future and continued membership in the 19-nation shared euro currency.
The state prosecutor is the top Egyptian official to be assassinated since the ouster of Islamist President Mohammed Morsi two years ago.
Iran’s foreign minister broke off from the negotiations and flew to Tehran for consultations.
Overall attendance was expected to be in the millions for what amounted to a celebration of a freshly endorsed right to marry.
The Jewish People Policy Institute said there are currently 14.2 million Jews in the world.
The disclosure of the bomber’s nationality heightened fears about the radicalization of youth in Saudi Arabia.
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Prime Minister Tsipras announces referendum for July 5, as police increase security as lines form in front of cash machines.
The nonprofit Global Links has been circumventing the trade embargo for 21 years, but now hopes to make exchanges a two-way proposition.
U.S. officials have almost discounted the notion a deal will be made by Tuesday’s deadline, hoping to get a final accord to Congress.
Tunisia, Kuwait and France were still reeling from terror attacks this week that left dozens dead.
Israeli government moves to expel some African migrants is opposed by some Israelis who say it violates the country’s traditions.
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It was the most dramatic move yet in a debt crisis that started five years ago.
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Militants wielding bombs, firearms and a gruesome display of a decapitated head in a demonstration of the global reach of Islamist violence.
The factory belongs to Air Products Inc., a chemical company based in Allentown, Pa.
Obama administration officials insisted Thursday that U.S. negotiators are not abandoning key demands they have made of Tehran.
Annual report on human rights globally focuses on problems in Iran, Cuba, Russia, Vietnam, Thailand, Myanmar, China, Venezuela and Nigeria.
Islamic State militants attacked two two in Syria’s Kurdish region Thursday to redress losses incurrred in recent weeks at Kurdish hands.
Taxi drivers in France rampaged Thursday in a nationwide strike against the discounted car service UberPop.
China plans to move Beijing’s municipal government to a satellite town.
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Friday’s explosion struck the Imam Sadiq Mosque in the neighborhood of al-Sawabir, a residential and shopping district of Kuwait City.
The U.S. and France are working closely on many fronts, and both governments almost certainly want to avoid jeopardizing that cooperation.