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United Nations nuclear watchdog chief confirms Iran's compliance with JCPOA

United Nations nuclear watchdog chief confirms Iran's compliance with JCPOA

He added that the agency has been verifying and monitoring the implementation by Iran of its nuclear-related commitments under the nuclear agreement since JCPOA Implementation Day in January 2016. McMaster, and other top officials. "Currently I hold no position in France but I always meet with French officials and I know that they hold a positive view about Iran ", stated the French FM of the Mitterrand time.


Trump's 9/11 Memorial speech includes a vow and threat

Trump's 9/11 Memorial speech includes a vow and threat

To mark the 16th anniversary Monday of the September 11 terrorist attacks, President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump will attend a commemoration ceremony in the morning at the National 9/11 Pentagon Memorial . The Republican vice president was a member of Congress on 9/11, and the Capitol was a possible target of the terrorist piloting Flight 93. Next year, Americans who were born after 9/11 are due to be deployed to Afghanistan and Iraq for the first time.


Trump reaches out to Democrats on tax reform, DACA and more

Trump reaches out to Democrats on tax reform, DACA and more

Trump scheduled a dinner Tuesday night with a half dozen senators - three of them Democrats - to discuss tax reform ideas. Invited lawmakers reportedly include Donnelly and Democratic Sens. Ryan and McConnell had wanted an 18-month extension of the government's borrowing limit, which they shortened to six months when Pelosi and Schumer stood their ground.



Merkel in Diplomatic Push on North Korea, to Speak With Putin: Spokesman

The United States and its allies argue that tougher sanctions will pile pressure on Kim's regime to negotiate an end to its nuclear and missile tests . 2 June 2017: United Nations imposed a travel ban and asset freeze on four entities and 14 officials, including the head of North Korea's overseas spying operations.


India Draws Flak from UN Human Rights Chief Over Rohingya Issue

India Draws Flak from UN Human Rights Chief Over Rohingya Issue

Hospitals in Bangladesh have had an influx of Rohingya Muslims suffering landmine wounds as more than 300,000 people try to escape what the top United Nations human rights official has denounced as " a textbook example of ethnic cleansing ".