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United Nations nuclear watchdog chief to visit Iran

United Nations nuclear watchdog chief to visit Iran

Describing Iran's nuclear case as one of the most important and time-consuming cases of the IAEA, President Rouhani said: "Settling Iran's nuclear case, eliminating ambiguities and closing the complex case of PMD by the IAEA were great steps that established trust".



Evacuation from east Aleppo back on track

On Sunday some buses, as well as Red Crescent vehicles, reached the entrance to the villages in Idlib province, which are besieged by insurgents. Pictures and videos posted online by Idlib residents and activists show buses ablaze on the side of a road in Idlib province, northwest Syria.


Gambian electoral crisis tops agenda at West African summit

Gambian electoral crisis tops agenda at West African summit

Barrow and his supporters, and members of the IEC ", he added. The political impasse in the Gambia, an African country of less than three million people was ignited by the volte face made by its president, Yahya Jammeh who rejected the outcome of the election nine days after calling to congratulate the victor.


At least 14 killed in a series of attacks in Jordan

At least 14 killed in a series of attacks in Jordan

No group has yet claimed responsibility for the attack, however, Jordan is involved in the US-led global coalition battling the Islamic State group across the region. The gunmen then fled by auto into the city. Security sources told Efe that the gunmen were surrounded and that shots were exchanged when policemen in several patrol cars tried to arrest them.



Protesters block Polish parliament over press restrictions

The wider conflict started building a year ago after the Law and Justice party took power and began introducing sweeping changes. The restrictions planned by the conservative party grant access to the parliament's press gallery to only two journalists per outlet, and ban them from shooting still pictures or video.