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Daily Archives: August 30, 2017

‘Enough is enough,’ Haley says to North Korea’s missile tests

The United States has censured as “absolutely unacceptable and irresponsible,” North Korea’s latest launch of a ballistic missile over Japan, saying “enough is enough.” US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley made the remarks on Tuesday, after Pyongyang’s reported projectile flew 2,700 kilometers over northern Japan before reaching the ...

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France sees no alternative to Iran deal: Macron

French President Emmanuel Macron has become the latest world leader to come out in support of a multilateral nuclear deal with Iran, saying France sees “no alternative” to the agreement. He said the deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), had facilitated a constructive relationship with Iran. ...

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UN chief calls for lifting Gaza blockade

United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres has called for an end to the decade-long Israeli blockade on the Gaza Strip, calling the situation in the coastal Palestinian enclave as “one of most dramatic humanitarian crises.” More to follow…

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Bolton’s JCPOA exit plan to lead to fiasco for US: Iran FM

Iran’s foreign minister has slammed a “game plan” drawn up by a veteran US diplomat for the Washington administration to exit the 2015 multilateral nuclear agreement, saying John Bolton’s strategy would only lead to “a fiasco” for the United States. “This plan will definitely be a huge failure for the ...

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Chaudhry Nisar demands audit of aid provided by US

ISLAMABAD  – Former Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar on Wednesday has demanded complete audit of aid provided by United States of America (USA) to Pakistan in past 10 years. Talking to a joint meeting of National Assembly in Islamabad, Chaudhry Nisar said that this session should have been summoned few days ...

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Venezuela to sue promoters of US sanctions

Venezuela’s Constituent Assembly says it will have nationals who promoted recent US sanctions on the Latin American country legally pursued. The president of the Constituent Assembly, Delcy Rodriguez, said on Tuesday that the body would urge the chief prosecutor and the Supreme Court to initiate investigations. Another member of the ...

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