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  • U.S. diplomats sit out 2 key talks in Mideast

    The Bush administration's unwillingness to talk to groups and countries it labels as terrorist left it watching from the sidelines yesterday during two major diplomatic initiatives in the Middle East.


  • U.S. diplomats sit out 2 key talks in Mideast

    The Bush administration's unwillingness to talk to groups and countries it labels as terrorist left it watching from the sidelines yesterday during two major diplomatic initiatives in the Middle East.


  • Indicted diplomat retires from State

    (AP) — A career U.S. diplomat indicted this week on charges that he sent threatening messages to an Arab political organization has retired from the foreign service, the State Department said yesterday.


  • U.S., Iran to discuss ending of aid to Islamist terrorists

    The State Department yesterday expressed optimism that today's meeting in Baghdad between U.S. and Iranian envoys to Iraq will push Tehran to change its behavior, but the White House was doubtful.


  • U.S. seeks new talks with Iran on security

    The United States is ready to hold new direct talks with Iran on the deteriorating security situation in Iraq, the State Department said yesterday. The Bush administration accused Tehran of supporting Shi'ite insurgents there.


  • U.S. ready for direct talks with Iran

    WASHINGTON — The United States wants to have a second round of direct talks with arch-rival Iran to convey concerns that Tehran is fueling sectarian violence Iraq, the State Department said today.


  • N. Korea delays U.N. inspectors

    THE WASHINGTON TIMES North Korea yesterday put on hold a planned visit to Pyongyang by U.N. nuclear inspectors just hours after top U.S. negotiator Christopher R. Hill touched down in Pyongyang — the first senior Bush administration official to visit the reclusive communist state in nearly five years.


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