Day: 20/08/2018

Europe must ‘pay price’ to save nuclear deal: Iran FM

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Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Sunday that Europe had not yet shown it was willing to “pay the price” of defying Washington in order to save the nuclear deal. Zarif said European governments had put forward proposals to maintain oil and banking ties with Iran after the

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A ‘loudmouth, partisan, political hack who cannot be trusted’: Trump lashes out at John Brennan on Twitter

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President Trump lashed out at former CIA director John Brennan on Twitter Saturday morning, three days after revoking his security clearance.

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Trump’s fight with Turkey is helping Russia and Iran

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LONDON – Late on Thursday night, the White House threatened further economic sanctions against Turkey if it fails to release detained American pastor Andrew Brunson.

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It Is Netanyahu, Not Corbyn, Who Deserves ‘Unequivocal Condemnation’

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Jeremy Corbyn has never ordered anyone’s assassination. He’s never ordered an invasion of a foreign country. Benjamin Netanyahu has… Everyone and their brother in the UK – at least the tabloid media and pro-Israel apologists – has got it into their heads that the Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn laid a wreath on the grave of the Palestinian mastermind of the Munich massacre while visiting Tunisia in 2014. Is any of this true?

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Israel’s Great Weakness: An Attack on Its Nuclear Reactors?

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Israel’s nuclear establishment has been conducting drills simulating attacks against the country’s two nuclear reactors

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Tough talks, no agreements at Merkel, Putin meeting near Berlin

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Russian President Vladimir Putin and German Chancellor Angela Merkel discussed the conflicts in Ukraine and Syria, as well as Iran and a gas pipeline project that has drawn U.S. ire during tough talks outside Berlin that ended with no clearcut progress.

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