James Blitz

Financial Times

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Defense and Diplomatic Editor for the Financial Times

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Iran today announced some advances in its nuclear program, in defiance of international pressure.

Iran Touts Nuclear Advances, Threatens to Cut European Oil Exports

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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…

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