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  • France to U.S.: Lift economic embargo on Cuba

    France called on the U.S. to lift the economic embargo against Cuba during a historic state visit Monday by the Caribbean island’s president aimed at boosting economic relations between Havana …

  • State senate lawsuit over Roach settled

    OLYMPIA — The Washington state Senate will review its workplace policies and has reaffirmed its sanctions against a Republican senator under a settlement announced today.

  • Court upholds prosecutorial sanction

    Appellate judges on Thursday upheld a $2,000 sanction levied against the Spokane County Prosecutor’s Office for how it handled the trial of three men convicted of robbery and drive-by shooting …

  • EU endorses Iran sanctions

    WASHINGTON – In a diplomatic turnabout after years of U.S.-European tensions over how to confront Iran’s nuclear enrichment program, the 27-nation European Union on Thursday gave initial approval to the …

  • Doubts linger about Iran sanctions’ effect

    WASHINGTON – A divided United Nations Security Council voted Wednesday to tighten sanctions against Iran over its nuclear program, but left widespread doubt that the new strictures will slow the …



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