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Breakthrough on Cuba Highlights Pope’s Role as Diplomatic Broker

published about 6 hours ago
The agreement between the United States and Cuba, coming on Francis’s 78th birthday, was a “beautiful present for the Holy Father,” a Vatican official says.

Russian Sailors Finish Training at French Port, but Will Leave Without Warship

published about 7 hours ago
Amid tensions over Ukraine, France continues to delay the delivery of a Mistral-class warship, one of two ordered by Russia and built in the French ... more

U.S., Citing Syria Embargo Violations, Moves Against Companies

published about 7 hours ago
The Obama administration, seeking to cut off oil to the government of President Bashar al-Assad, imposed penalties on five people and six companies.

Russia’s Neighbors in Europe Warily Watch Ruble Crisis

published about 8 hours ago
The impact of the currency turmoil on Central and Eastern European nations will depend on how much each country relies on Russian trade and visitors.

News Analysis: In U.S.-Cuba Embrace, Rusty Gears of Cold War Diplomacy Finally Move

published about 9 hours ago
News Analysis: In U.S.-Cuba Embrace, Rusty Gears of Cold War Diplomacy Finally Move
With the momentous decision to resume ties, both President Obama and President Raúl Castro of Cuba now have victories to point to, and concessions to ... more

Taliban Suicide Bombers Strike at Bank in Southern Afghanistan

published about 9 hours ago
At least 10 people, including five civilians, were killed in the attack on a branch of Kabul Bank in Lashkar Gah, the capital of Helmand ... more


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