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Iraqi foreign minister announces new round of U.S.-Iran talks

The United States and Iran have set a date for ambassador-level talks in Baghdad on the deteriorating security situation in Iraq — the first such meeting since late May, U.S. and Iraqi officials said Sunday. The two sides will sit down together on Tuesday, according to Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari and U.S. Embassy spokesman Philip Reeker, amid U.S. allegations that Tehran is supporting violence Shiite militias in the country, but Zebari’s comment was the first confirmation of a date. Full Story

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