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December 4, 2001 | CAROL J. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After a full week of U.N.-mediated talks, Afghan leaders delved Monday into the tough work of seating an interim government, mulling over specific candidates to lead their country for the next few months. The belated submission of names for the top posts marked an advance into the final and most difficult stage of the conference, designed to lay out a return to peace and representative government in Afghanistan after almost 23 years of war.
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December 6, 2001 | ROBIN WRIGHT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Secretary of State Colin L. Powell heralded the historic agreement Wednesday creating a new broad-based government for war-ravaged Afghanistan, but he warned that the naming of a new interim administration is only the beginning phase of a long process. Powell said the United States will set up a liaison office in Kabul in the next 10 days, ending a 12-year U.S. diplomatic absence in the Afghan capital and signaling that America believes a turning point has genuinely been reached.
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November 24, 2001 | CAROL J. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A conference of Afghanistan's fractious religious, ethnic and political groups that had been scheduled to begin Monday near Bonn has been delayed a day "on technical grounds" because some participants can't make their way out of the strife-torn region in time, the German Foreign Ministry announced Friday. The delay--likely the first of many stalls, pauses and impasses, if recent history is any indication--will also allow U.N.
WORLD
June 2, 2004 | Edmund Sanders, Times Staff Writer
With car bomb and rocket attacks sounding in the background, an interim Iraqi government representing a delicate mix of the country's main ethnic and religious groups was appointed Tuesday after weeks of wrangling over who would lead the country when the U.S. transfers sovereignty this month. The new body, including a prime minister, president, two vice presidents and 32 Cabinet ministers, replaced the U.S.-appointed Governing Council, which formally dissolved itself Tuesday morning.
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April 13, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
King Birendra today agreed to let an opposition alliance form an interim government, a top opposition leader said, ending five days of uncertainty after the legalization of political parties. Ganesh Man Singh, leader of the centrist Nepali Congress Party, said the new interim government will be formed by the end of next week. He said the king made the decision during a 65-minute meeting at the royal palace in Katmandu.
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May 31, 1994 | Associated Press
Rebels cut off the last avenue of retreat Monday for government troops caught in the capital, Kigali, and overran a vital army barracks near Gitarama, the interim government's stronghold. The interim government retreated to Gitarama, about 25 miles southwest of Kigali, ahead of a rebel advance into the capital last month. The government's barracks at Nyanza, about 19 miles south of Gitarama, have fallen to the rebels, a visit there Monday showed.
WORLD
September 4, 2009 | Paul Richter
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton terminated more than $30 million in aid to Honduras on Thursday in an effort to increase pressure on the country's de facto government to restore democratic rule after a coup in June. The State Department, which had earlier suspended the aid, said it could cut off as much as $200 million more unless ousted President Manuel Zelaya and his democratically elected government are reinstated. State Department officials said they also might not recognize the presidential election that the interim government has scheduled for November.
NEWS
May 12, 1992
Agreement on the first step toward a new constitution--an interim government--is expected to emerge this weekend from the second major session of the Convention for a Democratic South Africa (CODESA), the negotiating forum that is plotting the country's future. The meeting follows five months of difficult, closed-door talks among the government, the African National Congress and 19 other political organizations in the country.
WORLD
August 10, 2009 | Times Wire Reports
Madagascar's bitter political rivals signed a power-sharing deal, agreeing to create an interim government to end months of violence. The Indian Ocean island has become increasingly isolated since Andry Rajoelina claimed the presidency in March in a widely denounced coup that sent Marc Ravalomanana into exile. The two sides signed an accord after four days of talks mediated by former Mozambican President Joaquim Chissano. According to the agreement, a transitional government will be established for 15 months, leading to fresh elections.
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