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US sends health official to Cuban Ebola meeting

Bishop to lift remaining sanctions on Fiji

EU confirms North Korea invite for rights visit

Netanyahu rejects personal attack as White House denies new rift

China trainmakers CSR, CNR in talks to merge - state media

Sweden recognizes Palestinian state, hopes will revive peace process

Special Report - How Syria policy stalled under the 'analyst in chief'

Latvian musical on Nazi collaborator stirs anger

Japan's central bank shocks markets with more easing as inflation slows

Sympathy for Chavez a factor in Venezuela politics

Israel to face new condemnation for settlements

Proposed Russian ban dismays US adoption groups

Clinton: Deep differences with Russia on Syria

War-weary US is numbed to drumbeat of troop deaths

Pollies on the warpath in election year

Top aide under reformist ex-president named Iran security body chief

Lawmakers debate whether US was outfoxed on Syria

Syria's Assad vows to comply with UN resolution

Spy scandal another blow to fretting US allies

C. African Republic chooses mayor as new leader

American oil companies call for end to export ban

Japan urges Iran to take further steps on nuclear issue

Morocco under rights fire as UN makes new W.Sahara peace bid

Kerry to warn US Senate off new Iran sanctions

US, Taliban to start talks on ending Afghan war

US tries saving Taliban talks after Karzai objects

Rivalries complicate arms pipeline to Syria rebels

Background of Iranian presidential candidates

UAE sentences 69 in mass coup plot trial

Snowden affair chills US-Latin American ties

UN: More 100,000 now dead in Syria's civil war

Egyptian judges suspend talks with president

France to send troops as UN warns of chaos in C. Africa

Afghan refugees smarting under Iran sanctions

Iran will 'immediately' export more oil once sanctions lifted

Jang's execution leaves China in delicate position

End impunity for violence in central Nigeria

Kenya snubs envoys of ICC backers in tit-for-tat diplomacy

Fierce battles in Syria US to raise aid to rebels

US set to expand nonlethal aid to Syrian rebels

Boston bombing could prompt US, Russia cooperation

NKorea lashes out anew over protest in Seoul

Pakistan-US alliance takes hits on campaign trail

AP sources: US weighs direct aid to Syrian rebels

AP NewsBreak: Timothy Geithner planning book

New US commander takes the helm in Afghanistan

Iranian leader visits Egypt in warming of ties

Carr slams Abbott on foreign aid idea