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Tuesday, September 23, 2014   13:20 GMT

ISIS Complicates Irans Nuclear Focus at UNGA
Jasmin Ramsey

WASHINGTON - Irans foreign minister arrived in New York last week with his sights set on a final deal on Irans nuclear programme. But a pressing regional conflict is hanging heavily over the already strained negotiations as Iran and world powers resume talks on the sidelines of this weeks U.N. General Assembly.
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"No Planet B"
Marchers Demand Swift Action on Climate Change
Roger Hamilton-Martin, Gloria Schiavi
NEW YORK - On Sunday, Sep. 21, at least 300,000 people filled the streets of New York City ahead of the U.N. General Assembly and special one-day Climate Summit Sep. 23 to protest the ongoing lack of political will to cut global CO2 emissions and kick-start a greener economy. They came by bus and bike and train. They came with their kids -- some in strollers, others old enough to proudly carry signs. By afternoon, it had become clear that the march in New York was the biggest climate-change gathering in history. Protesters also turned out in more than 150 other cities around the world.
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Surprisingly Equal, Surprisingly Unequal
Judith Niehues
COLOGNE - Thomas Piketty,a French economist who works on wealth and income inequality,has triggered a debate on the distribution of income and wealth in many countries. This is no small issue because views on income inequality and concomitant redistributive preferences are crucial to the design of tax and transfer systems.
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>   ISIS Complicates Irans Nuclear Focus at UNGA
>   Surprisingly Equal, Surprisingly Unequal
> Sanctions and Retaliations  Simply Unconscionable
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Politics
>   ISIS Complicates Irans Nuclear Focus at UNGA
> OPINION  Fighting ISIS and the Morning After
>   Nuclear Deal with Iran Likely to Enhance U.S. Regional Leverage
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> "No Planet B"  Marchers Demand Swift Action on Climate Change
>   Mideast Nuclear Weapons-Free Zone Remains in Limbo
>   U.S. Military Joins Ebola Response in West Africa
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Environment
> "No Planet B"  Marchers Demand Swift Action on Climate Change
>   U.S., Brazil Nearing Approval of Genetically Engineered Trees
>   Does Iceland Gain From Whaling?
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Development
> Sanctions and Retaliations  Simply Unconscionable
> OPINION  Iraq On the Precipice
>   Criminalisation of Homelessness in U.S. Criticised by United Nations
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Human Rights
> OPINION  Fighting ISIS and the Morning After
>   Declining Majority Still Supports Active U.S. Role in World Affairs
>   U.S. Bypasses Security Council on Impending Invasion of Syria
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Health
>   U.S. Military Joins Ebola Response in West Africa
> OPINION  Iraq On the Precipice
>   New York's Homeless Pushed Deeper into the Shadows
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Media & Communications
> "No Planet B"  Marchers Demand Swift Action on Climate Change
>   UN Staff Celebrates Holi, Hindu Festival of Colours
>   New York Farmers Aid the City's Hungry
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 OPINION: Fighting ISIS and the Morning After
 Nuclear Deal with Iran Likely to Enhance U.S. Regional Leverage
 U.S. Ground Troops Possible in Anti-ISIS Battle
 Declining Majority Still Supports "Active" U.S. Role in World Affairs
 U.S. Bypasses Security Council on Impending Invasion of Syria
 Obama's Anti-ISIS Strategy Met with Scepticism
 Mideast Nuclear Weapons-Free Zone Remains in Limbo
 U.S. Military Joins Ebola Response in West Africa
 OPINION: ISIS Primarily a Threat to Arab Countries
 Sanctions and Retaliations: Simply Unconscionable
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 Water: A Defining Issue for Post-2015
 Urban Population to Reach 3.9 Billion by Year End
 On Sri Lanka’s Tea Estates, Maternal Health Leaves a Lot to Be Desired
 Saving the Lives of Cameroonian Mothers and their Babies with an SMS
 Experts Warn of Dire Consequences as Lake Victoria’s Water Levels Drop Further
 World Bank Reports Major Global Support for Carbon Pricing
 U.N. High-Level Summits Ignore World’s Political Crises
 ISIS Complicates Iran’s Nuclear Focus at UNGA
 Climate Change an “Existential Threat” for the Caribbean
 Biodiversity Offsetting Advances in Latin America Amidst Controversy
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