The White House is offering this according to AP.
Hillary Clinton have suggested that after the death of Osama bin Laden there there is a chance Taliban will more likely be willing to negotiate.
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What was the Chinese President talking about?
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At the beginning of May an alleged Iranian spy cell was broken up in Kuwait. But perhaps Iran needs GCC states more than they need Iran.
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A new coalition government consists from the Conservatives and Lib Dems. It may be all smiles for now, but some experts doubt that will last for long.
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How will the public in Greece react if the protests will be hijacked by the radical groups and if the acts of terrorism will rise?
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