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Party that scraps JCPOA damages own reputation: Iran

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has described the 2015 nuclear deal as “a litmus test” for the world community, saying any party that walks away from the multilateral accord would be damaging its own reputation. Speaking at a cabinet meeting on Wednesday, Rouhani said the signatories that choose to honor their ...

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US got nothing from ‘incompetently drawn’ Iran deal: Trump

US President Donald Trump has blasted the 2015 Iran nuclear deal with world powers as “incompetently drawn,” fueling speculations that he is going to “decertify” the landmark agreement achieved under his predecessor, Barack Obama. “I think it was one of the most incompetently drawn deals I’ve ever seen,” Trump told ...

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Doha’s hosting 2022 FIFA World Cup not up for discussion: Qatar

Qatar has strongly criticized recent remarks by a top Emirati security official that the ongoing Saudi-led diplomatic crisis targeting the energy-rich Persian Gulf kingdom could be resolved if Doha gives up hosting the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Qatar’s Government Communications Office said in a statement on Wednesday that the attempt by Dubai ...

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Iran’s ‘various scenarios’ awaiting Trump’s JCPOA move

Iran is considering “various scenarios” in response to US President Donald Trump’s “probable withdrawal” from the international nuclear deal between Tehran and six world powers. Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Ali Akbar Salehi made the remarks on Wednesday following a meeting with UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson ...

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Pakistan football team suspended by FIFA over ‘third party interference’

The Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) has decided to suspend the Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) immediate effect due to “undue third-party interference.” The world governing body said on Wednesday that Pakistan’s national and club teams are not entitled to take part in international competitions until the suspension is lifted. “The Bureau ...

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