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Europe lacks political will to save the nuclear deal – Iran

One year after the US withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran, European parties of the deal are yet to fulfill their commitments on providing Iran with the economic benefits of the JCPOA. This has led Iran to the conclusion that Europe even lacks political determination for this purpose.

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Saudi Foreign Minister Jubeir Warns Against Iran-US War

Minister of State for Foreign Affairs of Saudi Arabia, Adel al-Jubeir, said a possible war between Iran and the United States would be dangerous for everyone, but accused Tehran of escalating the situation in the Persian Gulf region.

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Huge migrant influx scares off Greek island tourists

Tourists are avoiding the Greek island of Samos due to the shocking situation at the Vathy migrant camp, which has grown into a sprawling settlement. Locals and asylum-seekers feel authorities have abandoned them.

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Huge migrant influx scares off Greek island tourists

Gold holds near six-year peak on weaker dollar, Middle East tensions

Gold prices extended gains in early Asian trade on Monday, hovering near a six-year peak touched in the previous session, as a weaker dollar and heightened tensions between the United States and Iran underpinned the precious metal.

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Gold holds near six-year peak on weaker dollar, Middle East tensions

Abbas dismisses White House’s economic plan for Palestine

Palestine’s economy does need investment but “before anything, there must be a political solution,” Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas said Sunday, dismissing the White House’s plan to entice more than $50 billion into Palestine.

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Trump says ‘I don’t care about the Europeans’ after questions on Iran crisis

Donald Trump has said he “doesn’t care about the Europeans” when it comes to dealing with Iran as the feud between Washington and Tehran escalates.

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Trump says ‘I don’t care about the Europeans’ after questions on Iran crisis

Iran welcomes Moscow’s help on its oil sales

Iran reiterated its interest in trading oil with Russia, with Moscow proposing a “trade cooperation,” state television news agency iribnews.ir reported Sunday, citing Central Bank of Iran Governor Abdolnasser Hemmati.

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Iran welcomes Moscow’s help on its oil sales

Train crash kills four, injures at least 65 in Bangladesh

Five coaches on a Bangladesh express train veered off a railway bridge in northeastern Bangladesh, killing at least four people and injuring 65, officials said Monday, and a search of the wreckage for any people trapped was continuing.

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Train crash kills four, injures at least 65 in Bangladesh

Bernie Sanders to unveil plan to cancel all $1.6 trillion of student loan debt

Sen. Bernie Sanders is set to stake out uncharted territory in the Democratic presidential primary, offering up a plan to completely eliminate the student loan debt of every American.

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China bars Hong Kong issue from G20 summit

China’s Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs Zhang Jun says China will not allow the G20 to discuss the Hong Kong issue at its upcoming summit.

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Powerful 7.3 Magnitude Quake Strikes Banda Sea Off Indonesia – Reports

According to the US Geological Survey (USGS), the powerful tremor hit on Monday Indonesia’s Tanimbar islands in the Banda Sea. There were no initial tsunami warnings.

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Powerful 7.3 Magnitude Quake Strikes Banda Sea Off Indonesia – Reports

UK Boris Johnson’s Path To Become PM Undermined by Domestic Row

Conservative MP Boris Johnson came under pressure from figures in his own party on Sunday to explain reports of a domestic “row” that led to a police visit on Friday.

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UK Boris Johnson’s Path To Become PM Undermined by Domestic Row

Pete Buttigieg confronts leadership test in impassioned South Bend townhall

Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg faced the raw and unvarnished emotion of his community at a town hall in South Bend, Indiana, on Sunday as the mayor attempted to soothe the pain caused by the recent killing of a black man by a police officer.

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Huge crowds in Prague demand PM Babis quits

Massive crowds have rallied in Prague calling for Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis’ resignation over corruption allegations.

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Pompeo says U.S.-North Korea relationship ‘in a better place’ after letters

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Sunday confirmed that President Donald Trump had sent a letter to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, voicing hopes of a quick restart to denuclearization talks.

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