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His greatest impact was as a moral leader, but Nelson Mandela also left a legacy in diplomacy by helping popularize the use of international sanctions to pressure a government to change its policies. Since sanctions were imposed in an effort to end
President Barack Obama has personally appealed to senators to hold off on seeking additional sanctions on Iran while the U.S. and world powers negotiate a nuclear deal with Tehran. Republican Sen. Bob Corker, who attended the White House meeting,
President Barack Obama says the US have to abide after-light its demeanour against Cuba. Obama, speaking in Miami, states the US has started to glimpse alterations on the island. Obama says US activity aspires will abide the
President Barack Obama says the U.S. must continue updating its policies toward Cuba. Obama says the U.S. has started to see changes on the island. Obama says U.S. policy aims will remain the same but the nation must find new tools to speak out.
30, Ran Dagoni, Washington Norway's new coalition government, which took office on October 16, is reportedly split on whether to lift the ban on selling arms to Israel, "Defense News" reports. The coalition is headed by the right wing Conservative (
Zimbabwe's economy is in dire straits, much of the population is starving. The country is now looking to restart its diamond trade with Europe following the lifting of restrictive measures imposed by the European Union. Diamond traders' eyes gleam
China on Tuesday urged the United States to terminate as soon as possible its economic, commercial and financial embargo against Cuba, which has caused " enormous pains" to the Cuban people. Wang Min, China's deputy permanent representative to
General Assembly has voted overwhelmingly to condemn the U.S. commercial, economic and financial embargo against Cuba for the 22nd year in a row...The embargo was enacted in 1960 following Cuba's nationalization of properties belonging to U.S.
The ambassador of Cuba has highlighted the sufferings of his compatriots back home due to the economic blockade imposed by Washington 53 years ago. Ernesto D Plasencia Escalante (pictured) told a recent news conference that Cubans have suffered