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CNN's John King talks to Nicholas Burns about the dilemma in Libya faced by the Obama administration and NATO.

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Time running out to stop Iran nuclear pursuit, investigator saysupdated: Wed May 06 2009 18:05:00

A man who spearheaded financial investigations of Iran said Wednesday the Islamic republic is "deadly serious" about developing nuclear weapons and long-range missiles -- and there's not much time to stop it before it does. US-India Nuke Deal in Jeopardyupdated: Thu Jul 10 2008 14:00:00

Even with India's last-minute revival of a languishing civil nuclear accord with the United States, it may be too late for Congress to ratify the deal

Fresh violence in Kosovo Serb protestsupdated: Fri Feb 22 2008 14:32:00

Kosovo's breakaway from Serbia provoked fresh unrest Friday as U.N. police were attacked by ethnic Serb demonstrators in northern Kosovo a day after angry demonstrations in the Serbian capital Belgrade left one person dead.

Burns: End the rhetoricupdated: Fri Feb 22 2008 12:28:00

Undersecretary of State Nicholas Burns urges all involved to help create peace on the streets of Kosovo.

U.S. warns Serbia it's responsible for safety of embassyupdated: Fri Feb 22 2008 12:28:00

The U.S. Embassy in Belgrade is evacuating all nonessential personnel following Thursday's attack on the building by a crowd of protesters, a spokesman for the embassy told CNN Friday.

U.S.-Saudi arms dealupdated: Tue Jul 31 2007 22:23:00

U.S.-Saudi arms deal

Rice: U.S. military deals with Mideast promote stabilityupdated: Tue Jul 31 2007 22:23:00

The United States is cutting new arms and military assistance deals with Middle Eastern countries in an effort to counter terrorism and improve stability in the region, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said Monday.

Afghanistan to top NATO talksupdated: Fri Nov 24 2006 05:50:00

When graphic artists were drawing NATO's symbol in 1953 -- a compass and a circle -- the world was operating under the cloud of a Cold War.

U.N. draft targets Iran's missilesupdated: Wed Oct 25 2006 19:48:00

European members of the U.N. Security Council have proposed sanctions that would target Iran's nuclear and ballistic missile program, including a ban on the sale of technology and material related to those programs and a freeze of financial assets of officials involved in those programs.

U.S. officials: N. Korea may be planning 2nd nuclear testupdated: Tue Oct 17 2006 02:38:00

North Korea may be preparing to conduct a second nuclear test, a U.S. official with access to intelligence information said Tuesday.

Rice: Resolution sends 'clear message'updated: Mon Oct 16 2006 10:02:00

U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said the U.N. resolution imposing sanctions on North Korea was a "clear message" that Pyongyang must "make a new set of calculations" about its nuclear endeavors.

Westerners flee Lebanon any way they canupdated: Tue Jul 18 2006 07:28:00

The evacuation of Westerners from war-ravaged Lebanon picked up speed Tuesday as governments moved to get their citizens to safety by land, sea and air.

Gunmen kill 42 Sunnis in rampageupdated: Sun Jul 09 2006 06:05:00

Gunmen roaming a Baghdad neighborhood on Sunday killed at least 42 unarmed Iraqis as soon as they identified them as Sunnis, emergency police said.

How Bush sealed a nuclear deal with Indiaupdated: Mon Mar 06 2006 14:08:00

It came down to the final minutes.

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