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Ayatollah Khamenei warns the UK over illegal seizure of an Iranian tanker

As the diplomatic row continues between Iran and the UK over the illegal seizure of an Iranian oil tanker by the British forces, Iran’s Supreme Leader warns that this act will not remain unanswered.

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Mueller’s testimony pushed to July 24

Former special counsel Robert Mueller will testify before the House Intelligence Committee and the House Judiciary Committee on July 24 — pushing the hearings back one week from their initial July 17 schedule.

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Top court hearing puts EU data transfers in jeopardy

Four years ago, Max Schrems brought a data-sharing deal worth billions of euros between Europe and the United States crashing down.

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Australia tracks Chinese warship headed toward U.S.-Australia war games

Australian defense officials said on Monday they were tracking a Chinese surveillance ship that is expected to position itself just outside of its territorial waters to monitor military exercises between Australia and the United States.

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Iran’s enriched uranium stocks exceed the JCPOA limit – IAEA confirms

Reacting to the US withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear deal and the failure of the remaining signatories to preserve Iran’s benefits, the Islamic Republic had announced it would reconsider its nuclear commitments.

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Israeli missile strike on Syria kills four civilians

Israeli warplanes fired missiles targeting Syrian military positions in Homs and the Damascus outskirts in an attack that killed at least four civilians and wounded another 21, Syrian state media and Reuters reports.

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US, Taliban resume talks on ending war

The United States and the Taliban opened fresh negotiations in Doha on Saturday, a Taliban spokesman said, as Washington eyes a breakthrough before Afghanistan’s September presidential election.

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EU negotiators ‘expect Boris Johnson to break Brexit pledge’ if he becomes PM

According to The Times and the Daily Mail, Brussels figures believe that whoever wins the Conservative leadership race will agree to an extension to the UK’s departure from the EU.

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High-ranking EU official to visit Iran for political consultations

Recent tensions between Iran and the US and the subsequent ambiguities surrounding the JCPOA have made many foreign officials to visit Iran for talks aimed at finding political solutions. After Japan’s FM visit to Tehran, a high-ranking EU official will travel to the Iranian capital with the JCPOA top on her agenda.

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What’s on the agenda of German FM’s visit to Tehran?

As tensions have been on the rise between Iran and the US over the past several weeks, various countries have expressed willingness to act as mediators between the two sides. German foreign minister’s upcoming visit to Iran should be seen in this context.

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China adds Washington Post, Guardian to ‘Great Firewall’ blacklist

Websites of The Washington Post and the Guardian appear to now be blocked in China as the country’s government further tightens its so-called “Great Firewall” censorship apparatus as it navigates a politically sensitive period.

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Iraq supports any stabilizing efforts in Middle East: PM

Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi Saturday said Iraq supports any efforts aimed at stabilizing the Middle East amid rising tensions between Iran and the United States.

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What is PM Abe going to achieve in Tehran?

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is due to visit Iran next week in an apparent mediation mission to ease tension between Iran and the United States.

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Refugees, migrants from Venezuela exceed 4 mln

The number of Venezuelans leaving their country has reached four million, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) said Friday.

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Japan, Germany, to try to ease tensions between Iran and the US

As tensions between Iran and the United States have been on the rise over the past several weeks, several countries have expressed willingness to act as a mediator between the Tehran and Washington. Japan and Germany are the latest ones to join the potential mediators.

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Taliban, Afghan officials to meet in Moscow for peace talks

A delegation of Taliban officials is set to attend a two-day meeting with Afghan politicians in Moscow this week, officials confirmed on Monday, as fighting continues to rage in Afghanistan amid troubled peace talks”> talks between the United States and the militants.

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