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Time runs out for Iran nuclear talks

Saudi Arabia leans on Gulf states to close ranks as region boils

Lifelong struggle for Philippine massacre widows

Delta to buy 50 wide-bodied Airbus jets - sources

Insight: Airbus deepens carmaker thinking to drive jet output

Airbus deepens carmaker thinking to drive jet output

European Parliament may propose Google break-up in draft resolution

Special Report: In Pentagon deal with Russians, big profit for tiny...

New Congress: Fewer moderates make deals harder

FACT CHECK: Romney's deficit vow lacks specifics

What holds energy tech back? The infernal battery

Dreamliner woes spotlight Japan battery maker

Compromise helps Dutch stay afloat in crisis

UN seeks major aid boost for Syrian 'catastrophe'

Pakistan militants prepare for war in Afghanistan

Chemical weapons deal wins time for Syria's Assad but at a cost

Desperate thousands try to escape Acapulco

Analysis - Brazil and U.S., like star-crossed lovers, foiled again

In public shift, Israel calls for Assad's fall

With eye on Iran, Israelis seek US action in Syria

Wallabies rate Cruden as foe

Bank of England sits tight over rate, stimulus

Wenger warns Gunners to avoid FA Cup misfire

BoE chief promises long-term easier credit

Boeing soars on strong demand for new planes

Obama blames Republicans for putting brakes on economy

Squirrel and high fives give Tiger more trouble than foes

Tesla stock tumbles after Model S catches fire

Cadets who moved JFK in Ireland offer final salute

NYC's Bloomberg: 'I feel perfectly safe'

San Francisco plane crash victim could have been run over by fire truck

Courts will treat Asiana passengers differently

Orders for US durable goods rise 4.2 pct. in June

World bows in respect to Mandela

Investigators probe jet's crash into sea in Bali

Pope Francis forces Argentine political about-face

Mexican union leader to stand trial

AP sources: Boeing proposes battery fix for 787s

Obama, lawmakers bring Irish culture to US

'BioShock' sidekick more than a damsel in distress