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  • Divisions persist in U.N. over how to halt Syria violence

     
    United Nations diplomats scrambled Wednesday to salvage some vestige of a peace plan that has failed to halt the fighting in Syria or protect civilians from the kind of savagery that took more than 100 lives last week in Houla, most of them women and...
  • Clinton to attend U.N. 'action group' meeting on Syria; Iran snubbed

     
    After weeks of uncertainty, a State Department official confirmed Wednesday that Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton will attend a meeting to discuss implementation of a faltering United Nations-brokered peace plan for Syria....
  • Clinton urges Egypt's military chief to cooperate with new president

     
    Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton met with Egypt’s top military commander Sunday to discuss the nation’s transition to civilian rule and urge the general to cooperate with newly elected Islamist President Mohamed Morsi....
  • Kofi Annan flies to Iran to seek help on Syrian peace plan

     
    Kofi Annan arrived in Tehran on Monday after having what he termed “a very candid and constructive discussion” with Syrian President Bashar Assad in Damascus during the U.N. special envoy's latest bid to salvage his faltering six-point peace...
  • Kofi Annan to step down as special envoy to Syria

     
    Kofi Annan, the former United Nations secretary-general who has been the point man for a failing international peace plan for strife-torn Syria, is quitting as special envoy to Syria as of Aug. 31, news agencies said Thursday....
  • Sinai peacekeepers deny their forces were attacked

     
    The international peacekeeping force long assigned to the Sinai peninsula to oversee the decades-old peace agreement between Israel and Egypt denied reports that its troops had been fired on by armed men....
  • Colombian president announces fall peace talks with rebels

     
    Prospects for an end to four decades of civil strife in Colombia inched closer to reality Tuesday as President Juan Manuel Santos announced that his government has signed an agreement to start peace talks in Norway with the country’s largest rebel...
  • Long-elusive Philippines peace accord reflects exhaustion

     
    Global Focus: With 150,000 dead from decades of religious and ethnic fighting and no family in the southern Philippines free of fear they could be the next slain, Filipinos and their fractious leaders have run out of energy for rebellion. A road map to...
  • Japan can't dodge this shame

    IN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES, it is a punishable offense to deny the Holocaust. In contrast, Japanese war crimes have never been fully prosecuted or acknowledged, nor have most victims been afforded redress. Last week, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe...
  • Extension 720 Audio Archives, 1996-2000

    Monday December 4th, Milt talked to ANTHONY LAKE, National Security Advisor to President Clinton from 1993-96, as they discussed his new book 6NIGHTMARES: REAL THREATS IN A DANGEROUS WORLD AND HOW AMERICA CAN MEET THEM. (12/4/2000) Anthony Lake (1:57:57)...
  • A holy city still divided

    A holy city still divided
    Jerusalem — AS a young paratrooper 40 years ago, Moshe Amirav felt the unmistakable touch of history. Ignoring a minor head wound suffered in the capture of East Jerusalem from Jordanian forces, Amirav raced through the winding lanes of the Old...