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Advances by the Islamic State group, the war on Gaza, and domestic politics have put negotiations at risk.
Washington says Russia has conducted tests in violation of the 1987 treaty and calls for immediate talks.
Washington urges immediate talks on what it calls a violation of its security and that of its allies.
US Department of Defence has authorised $641m worth of the controversial weapons to be sent to Saudi Arabia.
Some in Washington seek engagement with a professed moderate in Tehran, while others press for even stricter sanctions.
White House says US president is set to call for one-third reduction in US and Russian arsenals during speech in Berlin.
UN's nuclear watchdog says Tehran now capable of significantly expanding uranium enrichment after equipping key plant.
Ban Ki-moon urges countries to "bridge their differences" as deadline looms for global arms treaty.
With the global weapons market costing about 750,000 lives every year, we ask if the US will back the arms agreement.
UN member states meet in New York to debate global Arms Trade Treaty amid calls for greater restrictions to stem abuses.
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Tokyo government claims its homeless population has hit a record low, but analysts - and the homeless - beg to differ.
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