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Trump wants to turn a "better deal" from Iran. That's why it's so unlikely.

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani talks in Sabzevar on Sunday. Rouhani warns President Trump who draws America out of the nuclear agreement with world powers would be a "historic regret." (Iran's Presidency Office via AP) Within the next few days, the Trump Administration will decide whether to continue to abolish nuclear sanctions against Iran, which are raised as part of the …

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Deeper divisions, Johnson call customs plan crazy

LONDON (Reuters) – Britain's proposal for a customs union with the European Union after Brexit is "crazy", Foreign Minister Boris Johnson said to deepen divisions that challenge Prime Minister Theresa May. Johnson, in Washington, attempting to win over US President Donald Trump to Iran's nuclear agreement, spoke with the Daily Mail newspaper to add his voice to an increasingly bad …

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Coalition negotiations collapse in Italy as the head of the country against a new poll: Two way: NPR

Matteo Salvini, left, leader of Lega's political party and Silvio Berlusconi, leader of Forza Italia, talks with the media after meetings with Italian President Sergio Mattarella on Monday in Rome, Italy. Antonio Masiello / Getty Images hide caption change caption Antonio Masiello / Getty Images Matteo Salvini, left, leader of Lega's political party and Silvio Berlusconi, Forza Italia's leader, talks …

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One-Time Potential competitor of China's Xi pulls out of life

BEIJING-A former top communist party official once saw as a potential successor and rival with Chinese president Xi Jinping got a lifespan on corruption charges – a criminal state medium that was separated as easily. A court on Tuesday released Sun Zhengcai, a member of the party's ruling politburo until his oust last year, despite alleging guilty and expressing regret …

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Important moments about Iran's now threatened nuclear agreement

FILE – On October 26, 2010, a picture of a worker drives a bicycle in front of the reactor's building in Bushehr's nuclear power plant, just outside the southern city of Bushehr, Iran. President Donald Trump is questioning whether the United States will withdraw from Iran's nuclear agreement, a 2015 agreement covering over a decade of hostility between Tehran and …

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Iran nuclear arms trade, US embassy move, Gaza march

The Middle East increases for milestone events packed in for a week – from Tuesday – that can regain unintended ways and change the path in a region formed by growing conflicts between Iran and Saudi Arabia, leaders of the Shiite and Sunni Muslim camps [19659002] In this short stretch, the United States will decide to withdraw Iraq's nuclear weapons …

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Armenia's maverick street leader and future PM

Just three weeks ago, few believed that Nikol Pashinyan, a 42-year-old former newspaper editor who served in prison, would transform Armenia's political landscape and become the next leader. In recent weeks, Pashinyan, the head of a small opposition party, took tens of thousands of people on the streets of the poor southern caucasus nation, and accused veteran leader Serzh Sarkisian …

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Japan and North Korea should speak, says South Korea's Moon

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan and North Korea should start talks to normalize relations between the two countries and contribute to peace and stability in the region, said the South Korean president Moon Jae-in in a Japanese newspaper on Tuesday. South Korean president Moon Jae-in participates in a meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un at the Peace House at …

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Taiwan recalls the WHO's exclusion under the Beijing pressure

Taipei (AFP) – Taiwan accused the World Health Organization of adding political pressure from Beijing Tuesday after the island was not invited to a major international meeting. China sees autonomous democratic Taiwan as part of its territory waiting for reunion and has used its gap to reduce the island's presence on the world scene since the pepis skeptical president Tsai …

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South Korea's Moon Says Japan, N. Korea Should Talk

TOKYO – Japan and North Korea should begin to normalize relations between the two countries and contribute to peace and stability in the region, South Korean President Moon Jae-in told a Japanese newspaper on Tuesday. " "I Japan, Nord-Korea, Japan, Nord-Korea, Japan, Nord-Korea, Japan, Nord-Korea, Japan, Nord-Korea, Japan, Nord-Korea, Japan, beyond the Korean peninsula. " The interview was conducted ahead …

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