John Kerry reaches out in effort to restart Middle East peace talks


United States secretary of state John Kerry is pushing ahead with efforts to resume Middle East peace talks despite no signs of a diplomatic breakthrough. Yesterday he met Israeli and Palestinian leaders separately. It is his fourth trip to the region since embarking on a round of shuttle diplomacy aimed at restarting direct peace negotiations that were broken off in late 2010. Ahead of his meeting in Jerusalem with prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu, Mr Kerry sounded an optimistic…

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Cameron: Britain won't succumb to terror

LONDON — Prime Minister vowed Thursday that his nation would not succumb to fear and promised a vigorous investigation into the brutal slaying of a British soldier by alleged Islamic extremists on a London street. The killing appeared to be the first successfully executed terror attack since the coordinated transit […]