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  • Nelson Mandela Dies at 95

    Nelson Mandela, South Africa's first post-apartheid president, passed away at the age of 95.
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  • Syria Peace Talks Set for January

    The United Nations announced Monday that Secretary General Ban Ki-moon would convene peace talks in Geneva on Jan. 22, 2014, bringing both sides to the table.
      Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and those who oppose his regime might sit across the table from each other for the first time since the Syrian uprising turned into the brutal civil war it is now.
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  • Shutdown Showdown: Obama Says He Won't Pay Ransom

    President Barack Obama held a rare press conference Tuesday, fielding questions on the government shutdown and debt ceiling deadline. "We're not going to pay a ransom for America to pay its bills," Obama insisted, called on Congress to "stop the excuses."
  • Obama at UN: Find a 'Diplomatic Path' With Iran

    With intense focus on the Middle East, President Obama called on the UN to enforce a ban on chemical weapons in Syria and diplomatic engagement with Iran.
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