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  • UPDATE 6-U.S. crude oil gains on U.S. GDP, jobless data Thursday, 5 Dec 2013 | 11:52 AM ET

    *OPEC keeps production target unchanged. *John Kerry: core sanctions against Iran remain in place despite interim deal.

  • *John Kerry: core sanctions against Iran remain in place despite interim deal. LONDON, Dec 5- Brent crude oil slipped towards $111 a barrel on Thursday, as traders weighed whether positive U.S. data would prompt the Federal Reserve to start curbing its monthly bond-buying programme.

  • Prime Minister Mykola Azarov defended his government's handling of the crisis since Kiev walked away from a trade deal with the European Union, and clashed with Germany's foreign minister over charges that police had used excessive force against the protesters.

  • WASHINGTON, Dec 3- The heads of two U.S. Senate committees overseeing national security have expressed concern to the Obama administration over a recent network supply deal between China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd and Washington ally South Korea.

  • WASHINGTON, Dec 3- The heads of two U.S. Senate committees that oversee national security have expressed concern to the Obama administration over news reports that China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd has been chosen to build a nationwide wireless network in South Korea.

  • KIEV, Dec 4- Ukraine's government faced a tightening blockade of key buildings by protesters in the capital Kiev on Wednesday amid a crisis over its rejection of closer ties with the European Union that has piled pressure on the creaking economy.

  • KIEV, Dec 3- Ukraine's embattled government held onto power in parliament on Tuesday but President Viktor Yanukovich left on a trip to China with much of the centre of the capital in the hands of furious protesters who say they will not leave until he quits.

  • COLUMN-Selling an imperfect nuclear deal: Kemp Tuesday, 26 Nov 2013 | 10:46 AM ET

    This is essentially the problem both the Obama administration and the Iranian leadership confront in reaching a final settlement, or at least a durable long-term agreement, over Iran's nuclear programme. President Barack Obama nor Iran's Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei is personally at risk.

  • Senators press ahead on new sanctions for Iran Tuesday, 26 Nov 2013 | 8:23 AM ET
    Iranian President Hassan Rouhani

    The Senate is working on new sanctions in case Iran cheats on its pledge to roll back its nuclear program.

  • LONDON, Nov 25- "Nothing is agreed until everything is agreed," a standard principle in international negotiations, applies to the deal between Iran and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany.

  • BEIJING/ TOKYO, Nov 25- Asian aviation officials said airlines would have to inform China of their flight plans before entering airspace over waters disputed with Japan, forcing carriers to acknowledge China's authority over a newly declared " Air Defense Identification Zone".

  • BEIJING, Nov 25- China's Defence Ministry said on Monday it had lodged formal protests with the U.S. and Japanese embassies in China after both countries criticised Beijing's plan to impose new rules on airspace over disputed waters in the East China Sea.

  • GENEVA, Nov 25- President Barack Obama has pulled off a historic deal with Iran on curbing its nuclear program but he and other global leaders now have tough work ahead turning an interim accord into a comprehensive agreement.

  • GENEVA, Nov 25- Saturday night had turned into Sunday morning and four days of talks over Iran's nuclear programme had already gone so far over schedule that the Geneva Intercontinental Hotel had been given over to another event.

  • GENEVA, Nov 24- Iran and six world powers clinched a deal on Sunday to curb the Iranian nuclear programme in exchange for initial sanctions relief, signalling the start of a game-changing rapprochement that would reduce the risk of a wider Middle East war.

  • *Deal halts Iran nuclear advances, U.S. says. GENEVA, Nov 24- Iran and six world powers clinched a deal on Sunday curbing the Iranian nuclear programme in exchange for initial sanctions relief, signalling the start of a game-changing rapprochement that would reduce the risk of a wider Middle East war.

  • *Deal halts Iran nuclear advances, U.S. says. GENEVA, Nov 24- Iran and six world powers clinched a deal on Sunday curbing the Iranian nuclear programme in exchange for initial sanctions relief, signalling the start of a game-changing rapprochement that would reduce the risk of a wider Middle East war.

  • *Deal halts Iran nuclear advances, U.S. says. GENEVA, Nov 24- Iran and six world powers clinched a deal on Sunday curbing the Iranian nuclear programme in exchange for initial sanctions relief, signalling the start of a game-changing rapprochement that could ease the risk of a wider Middle East war.

  • GENEVA, Nov 24- Iran and six world powers reached a breakthrough agreement early on Sunday to curb Tehran's atomic ambitions in exchange for limited sanctions relief, in a first step towards resolving a dangerous decade-old standoff.

  • *Iran says its "right" to refine uranium must be recognised. GENEVA, Nov 23- Iran said on Saturday it cannot accept any agreement with six major powers that does not recognise what it describes as its right to enrich uranium, a demand the United States and its European allies have repeatedly rejected.

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