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Iran in US sights over Al-Qaeda

Iran is protesting vociferously against US charges that it is harbouring Al-Qaeda operatives on its territory, as it faces increasing anger from Washington. The accusations followed suicide bombings that killed 75 people, including eight Americans, in Riyadh and Casablanca, and came as both sides revealed that they were talking about problems of common interest despite a 23-year break in diplomatic relations. Those talks, covering such subjects as Iraq, Afghanistan and the war on terrorism, were in trouble Thursday amid reports that the United States was pulling out. The US State Department said it had sent a protest to Iran by unspecified means earlier this week and would continue to register its complaints until Tehran acted on them. Full Story

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