- UK foreign secretary seeks to reassure Gulf allies Updated: Dec-06-13 3:21 pm
- UK govt wins secrecy order for Litvinenko probe Updated: Nov-27-13 7:09 am
- Obama pushes back against critics of Iran deal Updated: Nov-26-13 1:09 am
- Syria talks aim to build on momentum of Iran deal Updated: Nov-25-13 5:41 pm
- Easing of Iran sanctions could start in December Updated: Nov-25-13 5:35 pm
- Iran nuclear deal fuels anger, jitters in Mideast Updated: Nov-24-13 5:39 pm
- Kerry in London to meet British, Libyan officials Updated: Nov-24-13 6:11 am
- Security, humor mark Iranian nuclear talks Updated: Nov-23-13 4:32 pm
MANAMA, Bahrain - Britain's top diplomat voiced his country's strong commitment to the security of the Gulf states on Friday, seeking to reassure wary Arab allies in the wake of last month's nuclear deal with their regional rival Iran.
LONDON - The British government won a court order Wednesday ensuring that key aspects of an inquiry into the death of a poisoned former Kremlin agent remain secret.
WASHINGTON - Pushing back hard, President Barack Obama forcefully defended the temporary agreement to freeze Iran's disputed nuclear program on Monday, declaring that the United States "cannot close the door on diplomacy."
BEIRUT - Within 24 hours of an interim deal aimed at reining in Iran's nuclear program, world powers raised hopes Monday for the first face-to-face talks to end the Syrian civil war as the United Nations called the warring parties to the table.
BRUSSELS - European Union sanctions against Iran could be eased as soon as December, officials said Monday, after a potentially history-shaping deal that gives Tehran six months to increase access to its nuclear sites in exchange for keeping the core components of its uranium program.
JERUSALEM - Israel's prime minister harshly condemned the international community's nuclear deal with Iran on Sunday while Saudi Arabia remained conspicuously quiet, reflecting the jitters felt throughout the Middle East over Iran's acceptance on the global stage.
LONDON - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is in London following two days of tense negotiations in Geneva that led the United States and five other nations to an agreement with Iran over its nuclear program.
GENEVA - The first hurdle facing the world's top diplomats as they try to play architects of a new Iranian nuclear order is running the gantlet of media staking out the hotel protected by a phalanx of security and an armored vehicle.