FROM James Blitz
Iran Touts Nuclear Advances, Threatens to Cut European Oil Exports Iran today announced some advances in its nuclear program, in defiance of international pressure. But it also responded for the first time in five months to demands that it return to talks with the Western powers. James Blitz is defense and diplomatic editor for the Financial Times .
World Leaders and Libyan Rebels Gather in Paris As Libya's new leaders met for the first time with an international conference in Paris, a defiant voice-message, apparently from Moammar Gadhafi, was broadcast by a TV station in Syria. James Blitz is in Paris for the Financial Times .
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