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Fidel Castro appears to lend support to Cuba talks with US

Fidel Castro appears to lend support to Cuba talks with U.S

Iran names new UN ambassador after US visa refusal

Fidel Castro ends silence on US-Cuba relations

Fidel Castro writes statement on shift in Cuba-US relations

Fidel Castro in good health, Brazilian visitor says

Moscow, Washington discuss possible Kerry visit to Russia: sources

'Peace between us,' Raul Castro says of US ties

Raul Castro warns U.S. against meddling in Cuba's affairs

All talk but no peace: South Sudan's stumbling talks

France's de Gaulle enshrined in Chinese national museum

Cuba demands US hands back Guantanamo Bay

Framing ties with Russia in a 'post' post-Cold War era

Modi in diplomatic balancing act as Obama visits India

Cubans react to Fidel's view on talks with US

US announces charges in New York Russian spy ring case

Moscow-hosted Syria talks end, sides agree only to meet again

Kiev protesters plant crosses at Russian embassy for civilians killed in...

North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un set for global debut

WikiLeaks accuses Google of handing over emails to US

North Korea raises prospect of detaining South Koreans at complex

Muslims first victims of 'terrorism'

Taipei's maverick mayor sparks backlash over China comments

Kremlin confirms North Korea's Kim to visit Moscow in May

Discord grows within Hungary's ruling party as policy challenges mount

Moscow blasts US spy arrest as part of 'anti-Russian campaign'

Obama ends day of Indian pageantry with $4 billion pledge

Cuban youth build secret computer network despite Wi-Fi ban

Fidel Castro: 'I don't trust the US, nor have I spoken with them'

South Korea, China warn Japan not to backtrack on apology over wartime past

Yemen crisis is first big test for Saudi Arabia's King Salman

‘Godfather II’ Explains Why Dominicans Worry Over U.S.-Cuba

Egypt frees Australian reporter Greste after 400 days in jail

Obama's attorney general pick aims to smooth DOJ ties with Congress

Thai junta tries to curb dissent and keep good terms with US