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Israel agrees to extend Gaza truce

Israel has extended the 12-hour truce by four hours after international powers called on it and Palestinian militants to extend the ceasefire.

Kerry shifts tone, says Iran could help with Syrian peace talks

US Secretary of State John Kerry has held out the possibility of Iran playing a constructive role at talks in Geneva.

We condemn both: Mugabe says Gaddafi’s death as tragic as US envoy’s

Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe says the death of Libya's leader Muammar Gaddafi was as tragic as that of US ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens.

US signals Afghanistan not to be abandoned as war winds down

Obama's decision meets a pledge he made on a visit to Afghanistan to upgrade Kabul to a security status given to only a limited number of US partners.

Palestinian statehood bid: Miracle, muddle or mess?

Israel and the United States oppose full UN membership for Palestine, saying the only way to create a state is through negotiations.

US calls for Syrian oil and gas boycott

The US called on countries to stop buying Syrian oil and gas to pressure Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to step down.

US dismisses Gaddafi threat to attack Europe

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton stepped up Western calls on Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi to quit, brushing off his threat to attack Europeans.

Gaddafi vows to attack Europe

Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi vowed to attack "homes, offices and families" in Europe in revenge for Nato airstrikes.

Veteran United States diplomat Richard Holbrooke dies

Richard Holbrooke, the US diplomat who brokered the accord that ended the war in Bosnia died on Monday after emergency heart surgery.

Veteran US diplomat Richard Holbrooke dies, aged 69

Richard Holbrooke, the US diplomat who brokered the accord that ended the war in Bosnia died on Monday after emergency heart surgery.

US, allies plot N Korea strategy — without China

Japanese, South Korean and United States foreign ministers meet on Monday to plot strategy towards an increasingly provocative North Korea.

US regrets leaks, says it will tighten security

The US government said on Monday it deeply regretted the release of any classified information and would tighten security.

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