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AP source: Kerry to see Russian FM in Geneva

AP source: Kerry to see Russian FM in Geneva

Sep 10, WASHINGTON — A State Department official says President Barack Obama is sending Secretary of State John Kerry to Switzerland this week to discuss a possible deal on Syria’s chemical weapons with Russia’s foreign minister. The official said Kerry would meet with Sergey Lavrov in Geneva on Thursday to try to reach a deal […]

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Obama cautious on Syria “chemical weapons” handover proposal

Obama cautious on Syria “chemical weapons” handover proposal

Sep 10, – US President Barack Obama has described Russia’s offer to impound Syria’s chemical weapons as a “potential breakthrough.” Obama said he would be willing to postpone a military strike if Syria relinquished its stockpile. Speaking to ABC’s Diane Sawyer on Monday Obama said he would “absolutely” put any US military strike on pause […]

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Arab Uprising: Saudi rulers fear Egypt’s fate

Arab Uprising: Saudi rulers fear Egypt’s fate

Aug 25, – The royal family in Saudi Arabia is anxiously watching Egypt, as clashes between the Muslim Brotherhood and the country’s military continue. The conflict underscores that religion and revolution can go hand in hand. It is unlikely that there will be a revolution in Saudi Arabia anytime soon, at least according to many […]

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Study: Plastic Surgery Boosts Youthfulness, Not Attractiveness

Study: Plastic Surgery Boosts Youthfulness, Not Attractiveness

Aug 01, – For this small study, 50 strangers were asked to guess the age and subjectively rank the attractiveness of 49 patients after viewing photos of them either before or after facial plastic surgery. Facial plastic surgery may turn back the hands of time, but new research suggests it may not, alas, boost attractiveness. […]

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Turkey slams Egyptian military coup, Morsi’s ouster “unacceptable”

Turkey slams Egyptian military coup, Morsi’s ouster “unacceptable”

July 05, ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkey, which had formed an emerging alliance with Egypt’s ousted Islamist leader Muhammed Morsi, on Thursday slammed the democratically elected leader’s overthrow by the military as “unacceptable” and called for his release from house arrest. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s Islamic-rooted government has been watching developments in Egypt […]

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