On the eve of an international conference aimed at ending Syria's four-year-old civil war, Iran signalled it might be willing to back away from its insistence that President Bashar Al-Assad remain in power.
Iran will be invited to participate in talks in Vienna on Friday to discuss ending the conflict in Syria, a dialogue aimed at finding a framework for political transition in Damascus, the US State Department said on Tuesday.
US Secretary of State John Kerry said on Friday he expects new talks on Syria to begin as soon as next week, and did not rule out participation by Iran, President Bashar Al Assad's closest ally, which has been kept away from past peace confe
Oil and gas industry bosses called for an ‘effective’ agreement at the United Nations climate change summit in December, recognising that current greenhouse gas emissions were inconsistent with the goal of limiting global warming.
Air France-KLM's plans to cut jobs and flights can still be avoided if negotiations between managers and unions progress, the airline's board said on Thursday.
The board reaffirmed its support for chief
UN Deputy Secretary General Jan Eliasson said on Thursday he hoped UN-backed peace talks to end the conflict in Yemen could start by the end of October.
Eliasson, speaking to a Geneva news conference after talk
Oil prices rose on Tuesday, heading for the first three-day gain in five weeks, on signals that the world's biggest producers of crude may act jointly to support prices, which have halved over the past year.
Brent crude, the g
Bahrain's three municipal councils could hold an urgent meeting after hundreds of butchers allegedly threatened to close their businesses or market stalls and lay off staff. The Muharraq Municipal Council is calling for the extraordinary m
Pakistan has rejected India's demand that it cancel a meeting with separatist leaders from the disputed Kashmir region, ahead of crucial talks between the arch-rivals' top security officers in New Delhi on August 23.