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U.S. and Cuba set to open talks on normalizing diplomatic relations after more than 50 years of diplomatic silence
White House spokesman says he would not rule out a US presidential visit to the island
Alan Gross thanks the White House for securing his release but the Vatican and Canada worked quietly behind the scenes to help thaw US-Cuba relations.
Human rights center wants German Federal Prosecutor to investigate members of Bush administration
Pakistani security forces have killed 57 militants and arrested two Taliban a day after terrorists slew over 100 children in a Peshawar school attack
The US Treasury placed sanctions on 11 individuals and entities from in four countries
Resolution 2165 authorizes UN agencies and aid organizations to deliver aid in Syria without approval from the Syrian government
Members of European Parliamant want investigation of any help EU member countries gave the CIA in its rendition, torture and secret detention of terrorism suspects
The announcement comes as American contractor Alan Gross, 65, was released Wednesday from a Cuban prison where he was held for five years
US stocks surge on the Federal Reserve's decision to keep interests rates near zero for a considerable time.
Rumi’s philosophy of tolerance and fraternity is what brought the people of Turkey together on its days of independence, President Erdogan says