Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki said here on Sunday that Iran is willing to consider enriching uranium in other countries as suggested by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
After over a dozen people, mainly civilians and local officials, have lost their lives in series of militants´ attacks over the past couple of weeks in Taliban birthplace Kandahar, south of Afghanistan the government has chalked out a new security plan to ensure security there, Waheed Omar, the chief spokesman of President Hamid Karzai said on Sunday.
An Iranian lawmaker on Sunday called for a collective security treaty among Middle East countries, local satellite Press TV reported.
U.S. special envoy to the Middle East George Mitchell was making his way back to Washington on Sunday after three days of meetings with Palestinian and Israeli leaders.
The International Monetary Fund´s policy-steering body, the International Monetary and Financial Committee (IMFC) Saturday called for the implementation of country-specific exits from stimulus, and pledged to deliver on the long-expected quota and governance reform.
Leaders of Turkey, Bosnia and Serbia Saturday expressed their hope that the Balkan countries would unite under the EU banner in the near future.
The death toll of a tornado touched down earlier Saturday in southern U.S. state of Mississippi has climbed to seven, officials said.
Russia would spare no efforts in drawing an objective conclusion soon for the probe into the tragic Smolensk air crash that claimed lives of Polish presidential couple and dozens of other senior officials, said Russian Deputy Prime Minister Sergei Ivanov here Saturday.
The chief of International Monetary Fund (IMF) said on Saturday that the world economy is now in the phase of rebuilding and all countries should implement financial reform in a coordinated way.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF)´s policy-steering committee on Saturday pledged to redouble efforts to strengthen financial regulation.
Iran´s foreign minister, Manouchehr Mottaki, has met the UN atomic watchdog chief to discuss a stalled nuclear fuel offer.
World Bank member countries reached an agreement on Sunday to shift more decision-making power to emerging and developing nations at the IMF-WORLD BANK Spring Meetings in Washington.
Clashes broke out between Israeli security forces and Palestinians in East Jerusalem during a right-wing Jewish march.
Anti-government protesters in Thailand have vowed to fight until victory after the breakdown of negotiations with the government.
The Greek Finance Minister says his country´s negotiations with the IMF for a 15-billion-euro rescue are progressing smoothly and should wrap up soon.
In addition, World Bank members agreed to a general capital increase of 3 and a half billion US dollars.
During the annual International Monetary Fund and World Bank meetings in Washington, the IMF´s policy-steering committee has vowed to strengthen financial regulation.
Red-Shirt protesters in Bangkok, Thailand have pulled out of negotiations with the government, dashing hopes for an imminent resolution to the country´s political crisis.
Greek authorities and top world finance officials have been racing to get rescue funds to the debt-stricken country.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas says he rejects the establishment of an independent Palestinian state with temporary borders.