Louis Charbonneau

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Despite predictions of failure from leaders on both sides, six world powers began talks with Iran today. The goal is a final settlement on Tehran's contested nuclear program.

Low Expectations for Current Round of Iran Nuclear Talks

Despite predictions of failure from leaders on both sides, six world powers began talks with Iran today. The goal is a final settlement on Tehran's contested nuclear program.

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For the first time since the Islamic revolution 34 years ago, the US and Iran have signed an agreement.

Will a Historic Agreement Be a Historic Mistake?

For the first time since the Islamic revolution 34 years ago, the US and Iran have signed an agreement.

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For the first time, an internationally recognized team of experts has confirmed the use of chemical weapons.

UN Weapons Inspectors Present Their Report on Syria

For the first time, an internationally recognized team of experts has confirmed the use of chemical weapons.

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