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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry remained overnight in Vienna to continue negotiations over Iran's nuclear program, despite earlier reports that he would leave for Paris.
As a deadline approaches for world powers to strike a deal with Iran over its nuclear program, U.S. President Barack Obama faces a challenge getting it through -- or past -- a wary Congress.
A decision by The Hague tribunal to send fiery Serbian war crimes suspect Vojislav Seslj home for cancer treatment may be the start of a whole new type of trouble -- for the Balkans and the ICTY alike.
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Three massive craters were discovered this summer on the Yamal Peninsula in northern Siberia. In an effort to understand the origins of the newly formed craters, a group of scientists descended into one of the holes, reaching a frozen lake at the bottom.
Czechs on November 17 marked the 25th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution, the peaceful protest movement that brought an end to communist rule in Czechoslovakia. Thousands of protesters used the anniversary to denounce what they said is the current president's poor record on human rights.
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