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Iran: P5+1 should not exaggerate nuclear demands

Iran: P5+1 should not exaggerate nuclear demands

Iranian media reported that the country's deputy foreign minister held a bilateral meeting with US State Department officials.

Japan’s Abe calls for ‘snap’ elections

Japan’s Abe calls for ‘snap’ elections

The prime minister hopes an early election will give him the mandate for tough economic stimulus programs.

Europe on alert for avian flu virus

Europe on alert for avian flu virus

The World Health Organization is investigating how a turkey farm in Germany became the first area in Europe to be infected by the avian flu virus.

UN warns of humanitarian crisis in Libya

UN warns of humanitarian crisis in Libya

On Thursday, a number of car bombs exploded outside the diplomatic missions of Egypt and the United Arab Emirates.

US to push for Rohingya rights in Myanmar

US to push for Rohingya rights in Myanmar

Obama said he would push Myanmar officials to recognize the universal rights of all peoples in the country.

Ebola: Liberia lifts state of emergency

Ebola: Liberia lifts state of emergency

WHO said that there had been more than 13,300 people hospitalized because of the Ebola virus. Of these, more than 5,160 had died.

Obama, Putin exchange brief words in Beijing

Obama, Putin exchange brief words in Beijing

The two presidents did not discuss any of the issues that have strained ties between both powers.

US economy healthy, new jobs data shows

US economy healthy, new jobs data shows

The new figures helped push the unemployment rate down from 5.9 to 5.8 per cent.

Euro hits two-year low despite ECB tensions

Euro hits two-year low despite ECB tensions

Central Bank chief Draghi says the ECB is "unanimous in its commitment to using additional unconventional" stimulus measures.

Oil prices tumble on Saudi move

Oil prices tumble on Saudi move

The drop in prices is a boon to some emerging countries like China and India.

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