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Hague to attend Iran nuclear talks in Vienna: FCO LONDON: British Foreign Secretary William Hague will travel to Vienna on Sunday for talks over Iran's nuclear programme, the Foreign Office said."I will join (US Secretary of State) John Kerry and other foreign ministers in Vienna this weekend to review progress of Iran negotiations," Hague said in a message on Twitter.Copyright AFP (Agence France-Presse), 2014 ...

German FM says to discuss spy row with Kerry at Iran talks BERLIN: German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said on Friday he will discuss a transatlantic spy row with US Secretary of State John Kerry when both attend Iran nuclear talks in Vienna this weekend.A day after Berlin expelled the CIA station chief, he said US-German ties must be built "on trust but also on mutual respect" and should be "reinvigorated on a basis of honesty. This will be the message I will deliver to my American ...
UK lawmakers criticise government and advisers over Royal Mail sale LONDON: Britain's biggest privatisation in years was blighted by a fear of failure and poor advice from state-appointed banks, a committee of lawmakers said on Friday following an inquiry into the 2 billion pound ($3.4 billion) sale of Royal Mail.Britain sold a 60 percent stake in the postal service at 330 pence per share last October after a politically charged debate which pitted the coalition government against Royal Mail's heavily unionised workforce and the opposition ...
New Zealand food prices rise 1.4 in June WELLINGTON: New Zealand food prices rise at their fastest in a year in June due to higher prices for fresh vegetables and meat.The food price index rise 1.4 percent from May, its biggest gain since June 2013, to be 1.2 percent higher from the same month last year. Food prices make up nearly 19 percent of the consumer price index. Copyright Reuters, 2014 ...
Several injured as gas leak triggers blast in western Turkish city ISTANBUL: An explosion caused by a gas leak injured at least six people in a busy square in the western Turkish city of Denizli during rush hour early on Friday, police said.A reporter for CNN Turk television said the blast happened in a bakery, damaging surrounding buildings as buses and pedestrians passed by."The cause of the explosion is natural gas. There are six or seven people injured," a police official in the city told Reuters ...
Russia sees 'progress' in Iran nuclear talks, expects deal MOSCOW: Moscow said on Thursday there were signs of progress at talks between world powers and Tehran on Iran's nuclear programme and that it expected to reach a compromise before a deadline later this month."The discussions are quite difficult, but there are clear signs of progress," foreign ministry spokesman Alexander Lukashevich said of the negotiations under way in Vienna."We expect to achieve a final text of the agreement before the set deadline of July 20," ...
One million strike in Britain over pay and cuts LONDON: More than one million public sector workers went on strike in Britain Thursday over pay and spending cuts by the government imposed as part of its austerity programme, trade unions said.The strike, the biggest since Prime Minister David Cameron's coalition government took power in 2010, involves a wide range of workers from teachers and civil servants to street sweepers and park attendants.A string of protests is planned around Britain, including one in central London ...


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