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  • US, Iran face political obstacles to potential nuclear deal

    A potentially path-breaking nuclear deal could face political trouble in Iran and the United States, but not necessarily elsewhere. The framework deal struck April 2 between Tehran and six world powers — Britain, China, France, Germany, Russia...
  • Nokia confirms advanced merger talks with telecom rival Alcatel-Lucent

    Nokia confirms advanced merger talks with telecom rival Alcatel-Lucent
    Nokia is in "advanced discussions" to merge with Alcatel-Lucent, a major rival in providing network equipment for mobile phones and other telecommunications gear, the companies said Tuesday. The announcement confirmed months of market speculation that...
  • Spain's leading parties feel voter anger seen across Europe

    Europe's political upheavals are knocking on Spain's door. Two upstart parties that hardly registered a year ago are mounting an unprecedented challenge to the governing Popular Party and the main opposition Socialist Party that have dominated Spanish...
  • Germanwings cockpit recording to be analyzed for alarms, voices before crash

    Germanwings cockpit recording to be analyzed for alarms, voices before crash
    French air accident investigators said Wednesday that they had extracted an audio file from the cockpit voice recorder of the Germanwings Airbus that crashed in the Alps with 150 people aboard. U.S. officials confirmed that three Americans were among...
  • As crowd chants 'Death to America,' Khamenei backs nuclear talks

    As crowd chants 'Death to America,' Khamenei backs nuclear talks
    Iran’s supreme leader on Saturday urged Iranians to support their government’s efforts to negotiate a nuclear deal, even while denouncing the United States and other Western governments involved in the talks. In a much-anticipated speech...
  • John Kerry urges swift resolution in Iran nuclear talks; France hesitant

    John Kerry urges swift resolution in Iran nuclear talks; France hesitant
    Secretary of State John Kerry Saturday urged a quick resolution of the international negotiations over Iran’s nuclear program, amid French warnings that too much haste could yield a bad deal. In a rare hint of divisions between Western governments...
  • French Resistance propagandist Cremieux-Brilhac dead at 98

    Jean-Louis Cremieux-Brilhac, a Jewish member of the French Resistance in charge of propaganda during World War II, has died. He was 98. He died Wednesday at his home in Paris, said his son Michel Cremieux, without specifying the cause of death....
  • Business Highlights

    ___ Online excitement but no long lines for Apple Watch debut An online rush replaced the traditional overnight queues outside Apple stores Friday as the iconic tech company began taking orders and letting shoppers get their hands on its much-vaunted...
  • France recreates prehistoric paintings from disputed cave

    Jean-Marie Chauvet noticed air whistling out from a crack on a plateau in southern France, so he and fellow cave enthusiasts went to investigate. What they found that Sunday in 1994 still fills Chauvet's voice with wonder: an immense cave covered with...
  • India PM wants 36 French Rafale fighter jets, talks progress

    India's prime minister on Friday announced plans to buy 36 Rafale fighter jets from France, but said negotiations on "terms and conditions" of the multibillion euro sale are ongoing. Visiting Prime Minister Narendra Modi, speaking at a joint news...
  • Huge French protests as strikes close schools, Eiffel Tower

    Thousands of protesters, many blowing whistles and waving union flags, marched through Paris and other French cities on Thursday in a day of nationwide strikes that kept many children out of school, forced the closure of the Eiffel Tower and cancelled...