Thursday, November 27, 2014

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Pro-Russian Party Loses Moldova Appeal

A court in Moldova has upheld a ban on a new pro-Russian party to compete in the November 30 elections.

Taliban Claims Kabul Attacks

Afghanistan's capital was the target of two Taliban attacks on November 27 -- the same day legislators approved deals allowing thousands of foreign troops to remain in the country.

EU Lawmakers Condemn Seselj

A European Parliament resolution backed by all the main political groups has slammed the recent activities of accused Serbian war criminal Vojislav Seselj.

Iran's Supreme Leader Says Not Against Extension Of Nuclear Talks

Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei says he is not against the extension of nuclear talks between Iran and world powers.

Afghan Senate OKs U.S., NATO Pacts

Afghanistan's upper house of parliament has overwhelmingly approved bilateral security agreements with the United States and separately with NATO that allow some 12,500 international troops to remain in the country beyond December 2014.

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