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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
President Vladimir Putin has voiced hope for normalizing Russia-U.S. ties while speaking in a live call-in show with the nation on June 15
MOSCOW - Reuters
Russia said yesterday it would try to bring home convicted former arms dealer Viktor Bout, subject of the book “Merchant of Death”, and accused the United States of subjecting him to “controversial” detention methods.
Russia and China are urging the U.N. atomic agency to soften or even not issue a report expected in two weeks detailing Iran’s suspected efforts to develop nuclear weapons, diplomats said.
Escalating violence has killed 16 NATO officials in the weekend as Afghan diplomats prepare to meet regional counterparts in Istanbul this week to shape the future of international involvement in Afghanistan.
ISLAMABAD - Agence France-Presse
Pakistan said today it had successfully test-fired a stealth cruise missile capable of carrying nuclear warheads.
Pakistan’s top military commander fighting militants in the northwest Oct. 29 said Pakistan will act against terrorist safe havens and urged NATO and Afghanistan to do the same.