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Leaders back peace talks "as soon as possible" and call for pact on transitional government "formed by mutual consent".
White House announcement coincides with opening of political office by Afghan anti-government group in Qatari capital.
Two people killed in gunfight between pro-Hezbollah group and followers of Sunni cleric in Sidon, local media reports.
At least 26 killed and many others wounded in coordinated suicide attacks in and around a Baghdad mosque.
President Karzai says he will send officials to Qatari capital, where Taliban is set to open political office.
Sources tell Al Jazeera that Afghan armed group will open political office in Doha on Tuesday.
Elite unit sets up roadblocks between rival villages, a day after four Shia men were killed in an ambush.
Leaders of wealthiest nations gather in Northern Ireland amid growing tension between US and Russia over Syria.
President-elect says Iran will be more transparent over its nuclear programme and engage world in negotiations.
At least 60 Syrian regime soldiers reported killed in a town near northern city's international airport.
Four more deaths reported, taking kingdom's death toll from SARS-like virus to 32.
State television says car bomb hit checkpoint outside airport in Mezzeh, as violence continues in Syria.
Officials condemn Egyptian decision to sever diplomatic ties and backing of no-fly zone, as violent uprising continues.
Constitutional Court calls for new elections after it rejects legal case challenging Gulf Emirate's voting system.
At least 30 people killed in series of explosions as country grapples with surge in sectarian violence.
Hassan Rouhani hails his win as "victory of moderation over extremism", pledges new tone of respect in foreign affairs.
President Mohamed Morsi announces closure of embassies in Damascus and Cairo, and calls for imposition of no-fly zone.
Moderate Hassan Rouhani secures more than 50 percent of votes, 12 million more than closest rival Qalibaf.
In new audio recording, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi reaffirms commitment to merging with Syrian opposition al-Nusra Front.
Interior Ministry figures show moderate cleric with lead just over 50 percent in presidential election.