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The main western-backed Syrian opposition has now announced that it will attend the peace talks in Geneva.
Ban Ki-moon "considers his options" after main opposition bloc threatens to pull out of Geneva II if Iran takes part.
President Yoweri Museveni says East African nations have agreed to go after Riek Machar if he rejects ceasefire offer.
The UN says talks will be held in Geneva, but opposition insists on Assad's removal from power as as precondition.
UN says it has been assured the US does not and will not spy on it, but doesn't comment on whether it do so in the past.
Victims of cholera outbreak blamed on UN peacekeepers from Nepal file legal case in New York court.
Syrian president tells US TV channel that task will cost $1bn, as he again denies involvement in August chemical attack.
NSA asked to release cockpit recordings from plane carrying Dag Hammarskjold that crashed in Zambia amid Congo conflict.
Group overseeing probe into alleged chemical weapons attack in Damascus says it could take three weeks to complete.
Visits to sites of suspected poision-gas attacks on the agenda, a day after the team came under sniper fire in Damascus.
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