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KABUL (Reuters) - While Afghan President Hamid Karzai seeks talks with Taliban leaders, Afghan and NATO-led forces have quietly tried to chip away at the lower ranks, tempting foot soldiers back into villages with promises of development and aid.
WASHINGTON/KABUL (Reuters) - The United States and the Taliban raised hopes for a negotiated peace in Afghanistan with commitments to meet this week after 12 years of bloody and costly war between American-led forces and the insurgents.
BIRMINGHAM, England (Reuters) - Britain will launch an overhaul of the welfare system that will cost money at first but save in the long term, Prime Minister David Cameron said on Sunday as he stressed his commitment to cutting the deficit.
PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) - It was Haiti's premier private hospital, its rooms filled with the latest medical equipment, its surgeons trained in the latest techniques, its thick walls built to withstand an earthquake.
TOKYO (Reuters) - A stagnant economy, fraying social norms and China's growing clout are making nationalism more attractive to a broader swathe of Japanese, potentially complicating Tokyo's efforts to mend strained ties with Beijing.
WASHINGTON/GAINESVILLE, Fla. (Reuters) - President Barack Obama on Friday appealed to Americans to respect the