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  • FM spokesman: Fixing date, place of talks with 5+1 good step forward IRNA 29 May 2012 -- Foreign Ministry spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast said fixing of date and place of next round of talks with the 5+1 is a good step forward.
  • Velayati: G5+1 has to take practical steps to recognize Iran's rights IRNA 29 May 2012 -- Advisor for the Supreme Leader for International Affairs Ali Akbar Velayati said that Group 5+1 should recognize Iran's rights to nuclear technology in practice.
  • Iran Nuclear Power Plant Full Launch Facing Further Delay RIA Novosti 29 May 2012 -- The full capacity launch of the Bushehr nuclear power plant, Iran's first, may be rescheduled to June from May, a source in Russia's civilian nuclear power corporation, Rosatom, said on Tuesday.
  • Moscow Tells U.S. Envoy to Tone it Down RIA Novosti 29 May 2012 -- MOSCOW, May 29 (RIA Novosti) - The U.S. ambassador to Russia should remain diplomatic in his public comments and not jeopardize his country's ties with Russia, a Russian presidential aide said on Tuesday.
  • Flame, 'The Most Powerful Virus To Date' RFE/RL 29 May 2012 -- Someone is infecting Iran's computers with what experts call "the most powerful virus to date." Here are four things to know about the virus, dubbed Flame.
  • Iran Says It Can Destroy Data-Stealing Virus VOA 29 May 2012 -- The Iranian government said Tuesday it has produced an antivirus program capable of fighting what computer experts are calling 'the most sophisticated cyber weapon yet unleashed.'
  • Taiwan's Opposition Leader Seeks Flexible Ties with China VOA 29 May 2012 -- The new chairman of Taiwan's normally anti-Beijing opposition party is urging a flexible working relationship with China. That stance by the head of the Democratic Progressive Party could bring a thaw to a history of icy relations between Taiwan and China.
  • Egyptians Outraged Over Presidential Poll Results VOA 29 May 2012
  • KENYA: Oil, hope and fear IRIN 29 May 2012 -- Although just a few hundred kilometres from Nairobi, the county of Turkana, where newly-confirmed oil reserves are set to go on stream in the next few years, feels more like a million miles away from the gleaming skyscrapers and concentrations of power and money found in Kenya's capital.
  • UN office in Guinea-Bissau condemns recent use of force against protesters UN News Centre 29 May 2012 -- The United Nations Integrated Peacebuilding Office in Guinea-Bissau (UNIOGBIS) has condemned the recent use of force by members of the country's security and defence forces against a group of demonstrators.
  • National dialogue could make or break Yemen's transition - UN envoy UN News Centre 29 May 2012 -- Yemen's national dialogue conference, slated for next year, will be crucial for the democratic transition underway in the country, which is dealing with serious security concerns, an unprecedented humanitarian crisis and many unresolved conflicts, a senior United Nations official said today.
  • Aung San Suu Kyi Starts Landmark Bangkok Visit VOA 29 May 2012 -- Burma's long-time democracy icon and opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi has arrived in Thailand's capital, marking her first international trip in 24 years and ending an era of isolation in her home country.



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