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Brazil’s Rousseff urged by top advisers to cancel U.S. visit

– Top advisers to Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff are urging her to cancel her planned state visit to the White House next month after revelations the U.S. National Security Agency spied on her and other Brazilians. Among those now encouraging Rousseff to cancel the trip is former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, a senior government official told Reuters on Saturday on condition of anonymity. Lula preceded Rousseff in office and remains enormously influential in important government decisions. A former Cabinet minister under Lula, Franklin Martins, who also remains influential with Rousseff, previously urged her to cancel the trip, the…

Obama to mark 5-year anniversary of U.S. financial crisis (Reuters) – President Barack Obama will mark the five-year anniversary of the U.S. financial crisis on Monday in an effort to move back to his domestic agenda after weeks of dealing with Syria. When Wall Street came to a near collapse in 2008, the resulting economic crisis helped propel then-Democratic presidential nominee Obama to the White House. But the economy’s slow recovery from the recession has been a difficult challenge for Obama, who in recent weeks has been focused largely on foreign policy in trying to mount an international response to a chemical weapons attack in Syria. A White…

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Japan launches ‘affordable’ Epsilon space rocket Japan has launched the first in a new generation of space rockets, hoping the design will make missions more affordable. The Epsilon rocket is about half the size of Japan’s previous generation of space vehicles, and uses artificial intelligence to perform safety checks. Japan’s space agency Jaxa says the Epsilon cost $37m (£23m) to develop, half the cost of its predecessor. Epsilon launched from south-western Japan in the early afternoon. Crowds of Japanese gathered to watch the launch, which was also broadcast on the internet. It was carrying a telescope that is being billed by Jaxa as the world’s…

Syrie : les Etats-Unis et la Russie tombent d’accord sur un plan d’élimination des armes chimiques La Russie et les Etats-Unis sont tombés d’accord, samedi 14 septembre, sur un plan d’élimination des armes chimiques syriennes, plan qui donne une semaine à Damas pour présenter la liste de ces armes. Le secrétaire d’Etat américain, John Kerry, a précisé que les inspecteurs chargés de vérifier le processus seraient sur le terrain “pas plus tard qu’en novembre”, avec pour objectif de retirer les armes chimiques syriennes à la mi-2014. Son homologue russe, Sergueï Lavrov, a quant à lui affirmé que l’objectif posé par MM. Poutine et Obama avait été atteint. Lire l’entretien avec Jean-Pascal Zanders, spécialiste des armes…

L’opposition syrienne va devoir compter sur ses propres forces Le revirement des Etats-Unis, qui ont suspendu leur projet de frappes contre le régime de Bachar Al-Assad dans l’espoir que celui-ci consente à placer son arsenal chimique sous contrôle, a assommé l’opposition syrienne. “Pour notre peuple, c’est un lâchage, constate Burhan Ghalioun, l’un de ses dirigeants. On espérait un véritable engagement, une prise de conscience face à cette guerre menée par Bachar Al-Assad, la Russie et l’Iran. Mais visiblement, l’Occident vacontinuer à regarder, les bras croisés, le peuple syrien se faire massacrer.” Burhan Ghalioun ne mâche pas ses mots. Figure de la Coalition nationale syrienne (CNS), la principale plateforme d’opposition au régime, il fustige la“trahison”, la “démission” et “l’absence de tout sens…

U.S. and Russia at a ‘pivotal point’ in Syria talks

By Warren Strobel and Oliver Holmes GENEVA/BEIRUT | Sat Sep 14, 2013 1:04am EDT GENEVA/BEIRUT U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov met in Geneva to discuss a Russian proposal under which Syria would sign international treaties banning chemical weapons and hand over its stocks of such weapons to the international community for destruction. The U.S. official said the two sides were “coming to agreement” on the size of Syria’s chemical weapons stockpiles and talks were continuing into Saturday. U.S. President Barack Obama, after a meeting in Washington with Kuwait’s emir, Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Jaber…

U.S. officials: Use of force not expected in U.N. resolution on Syria

The United States does not expect a U.N. Security Council resolution on Syria’s chemical weapons to include a potential use of military force due to Russian opposition, senior Obama administration officials said on Friday. Their comments suggested Washington will not insist on including the use of force in the U.N. resolution. The officials, who briefed a group of reporters on condition of anonymity, said the United States would instead insist that the resolution include a range of consequences should Syria refuse to give up chemical weapons in a verifiable way. Those consequences could include sanctions, one official said. Independently of…

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