Monday 21 May 2018
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World powers hope to resume Iran talks quickly

World powers hope to resume negotiations with Iran over its disputed nuclear programme "as soon as possible", the European Union's foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton said on Tuesday. Ashton, who oversees talks wit


World powers await Iran's reaction to nuke offer

World powers will urge Iran on Friday to accept their offer to ease some economic sanctions if Tehran stops its most sensitive nuclear work, in talks aimed at calming tensions that threaten to boil over into war. The six powers -


Big powers leave Iran nuke talks empty handed

World powers failed to make progress with Iran in two days of talks on its nuclear program, with the EU calling the discussions disappointing and saying no further meetings between the two sides were planned. 'This is not the conclusio


China does not want to 'replace' US as world power

China does not want to 'replace' the United States from its dominant role in the  world, and the world should not fear China's rise, the country's top diplomat wrote in an essay. State Councillor Dai Bingguo said

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