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White House: Talks could be extended
The White House says the nuclear talks in Switzerland involving Iran and six world powers could be extended past today's deadline, if enough progress is made to justify it.
Congo military leaders sign pledge to combat rape in war
Congolese army commanders have signed a declaration to combat rape in war, a move the United Nations welcomed as an important step in the fight against sexual violence during conflicts.
UN says remaining international staffers leave chaotic Yemen
The United Nations says the last of its international staffers have now left Yemen as the U.N. human rights chief warns of a "total collapse" in the Arab world's poorest country.
Israeli premier: Nuclear deal will 'pave the way' for Iran
Israel's prime minister says an emerging deal from nuclear talks in Switzerland will "pave the way" for Iran to have the ability to build an atomic bomb in little time.
Heavy winds sweep Germany, disrupt transport
Heavy winds have caused disruption to transport across Germany, prompting the national railway to suspend services in part of the country and forcing flight delays and cancelations.
Puerto Rico power company wins extension with creditors
Puerto Rico's financially struggling power company has obtained a two-week extension from creditors amid growing concerns it will go bankrupt.
Bosnia forms government 6 months after elections
Nearly six months after the elections, Bosnia-Herzegovina formed a new government that will have to implement substantial reforms in order to put the country on track for eventual EU membership.
Germany, France, Italy plan to develop military drones
The militaries of Germany and France plan to work together with Italy to develop surveillance drones that could also carry weapons.
Turkey: Training, arming Syrian rebels could start in May
Turkey's defense minister says a joint Turkish-U.S. program to train and arm Syrian rebels fighting the Islamic State group could begin in May.
EU dairy farmers rally to protest removal of milk quotas
Dairy farmers have hit the streets of Brussels to protest the lifting of European Union milk quotas amid concerns the move will flood the market with cheap surplus milk.
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