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  • S. Korea, China, Japan revive talks after history disputes

    From right, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, South Korean Foreign Minister Yun Byung-se and Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida pose during the 7th trilateral foreign ministers' meeting in Seoul, South Korea, Saturday, March 21, 2015. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon. Pool)SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Meeting for the first time in three years, the foreign ministers of South Korea, China and Japan agreed Saturday to work together to improve ties strained over historical and territorial issues and restore trilateral summit talks among their leaders.

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  • FACT CHECK: GOP budgets rely on higher taxes to balance
    WASHINGTON (AP) — The new House and Senate Republican budgets make a big boast: They both balance the federal budget within 10 years, without raising taxes. | Read this >

  • Libya's recognised government launches air strike on camp in Tripoli

    Libya Dawn fighters celebrate as a Libya Dawn aircraft bombed Islamic State militant positions near SirteLibya's internationally recognised government conducted air strikes on a military camp on Saturday and attempted to hit the airport in Tripoli, the capital controlled by a rival administration, officials said. The attack came a day after the official government said it had launched a military offensive to "liberate" Tripoli, which has been seized by a group called Libya Dawn in August, reinstating a previous assembly. The recognised Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni and the elected parliament have been confined to eastern Libya since then but both administrations allied to armed factions fight for control four years after the ousting of Muammar Gaddafi. Saqer al-Joroushi, an eastern air force commander, said his aircraft hit the Mitiga airport in Tripoli and a camp used by Libya Dawn near another airport in the capital.

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  • Next round of Iran nuclear talks to start on March 26: Russia
    MOSCOW (Reuters) - The next round of nuclear talks with Iran is scheduled to start on March 26, Russia's foreign ministry said on Saturday. Iran and six major world powers -- the United States, France, Germany, Britain, Russia and China -- are hoping to strike a framework accord with Iran by the end of the month, with a final deal at the end of June. (Reporting by Katya Golubkova; Editing by Andrew Heavens) | Read this >

  • Dazzling supertide envelops France's Mont Saint-Michel

    An aerial view as a high tide submerges a narrow causeway leading to the Mont Saint-Michel, on France's northern coast, Saturday, March 21, 2015. A supertide has turned France’s famed Mont Saint-Michel into an island and then retreated out of sight, delighting thousands of visitors who came to see the rare phenomenon. The so-called “tide of the century” actually happens every 18 years (AP Photo) FRANCE OUTMONT SAINT-MICHEL, France (AP) — A supertide has turned France's famed Mont Saint-Michel into an island and then retreated out of sight, delighting thousands of visitors who came to see the rare phenomenon.

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  • After Cyclone Pam, Vanuatu revives, rebuilds and rethinks
    EFATE, Vanuatu (AP) — The roof from what was once the home of principal Melizabeth Uhi and her staff is now folded over branches high in the trees that border her school. She's now living with two other staff members in the only classroom that's still habitable. And she's running low on the rice she had before Cyclone Pam tore through Vanuatu a week ago, upending her life. | Read this >

  • Iranian president Rouhani: Final nuclear deal possible

    Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif leaves the hotel Beau-Rivage Palace after 5 days of bilateral meetings with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry during a new round of Nuclear Iran Talks, in Lausanne, Switzerland, Friday, March 20, 2015. (AP Photo/Keystone,Laurent Gillieron)TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Saturday painted an optimistic picture of ongoing negotiations with world powers over his country's nuclear program, saying there has been progress in the talks and that a final accord is possible.

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  • Supreme Court considers impact of disability law on police
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — The police shooting in Georgia earlier this month of a naked, unarmed man with bipolar disorder spotlights the growing number of violent confrontations between police and the mentally ill — an issue that goes before the Supreme Court this coming week. | Read this >

  • Kerry says time to make 'hard decisions' in nuclear talks with Iran

    United States Secretary of State John Kerry delivers a statement about the recently concluded round of negotiations with Iran over their nuclear program at the International Olympic Museum in LausanneU.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Saturday talks with Iran on curbing its nuclear program have made "genuine progress" and it was time to make "hard decisions" to reach a framework accord. "We are not rushing ... but we recognize that fundamental decisions have to be made now and they don't get any easier as time goes by," Kerry said. He said he would meet his European counterparts in London later on Saturday to discuss how to resolve remaining unresolved issues with Iran and would return to Lausanne next week "to determine whether or not an agreement is possible".

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  • For liberal Israelis, Netanyahu's win is a reality check

    In this Wednesday, March 17, 2015 photo, Zionist Union party supporters react to exit polls at the party's election headquarters in Tel Aviv, Israel. Opinion polls published on the eve of Tuesday's election had shown the center-left Zionist Union slightly ahead of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's hawkish Likud Party. But as the results trickled in on Wednesday, they showed Likud with a shocking lead that has all but guaranteed Netanyahu a third consecutive term. (AP Photo/Ariel Schalit)TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) — Israeli liberals woke up after national elections with a demoralizing feeling: Most of the country, in a deep and possibly irreversible way, does not think like they do.

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