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A glimmer of hope for the JCPOA as the EU is taking active measures to save the deal

After being in an intensive process of talks for weeks to find ways to save the 2015 nuclear deal, Iran and the European Union are both saying that actual measures for this purpose are completely in reach. In this vein, the European countries are upgrading their legal provisions to deal with the new US sanctions against Iran.

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Cuba’s New Constitution Will Recognize Private Property: Report

Ruling Communist Party newspaper Granma published a summary of the new constitution on Saturday, saying a draft it had seen included 224 articles, up from 137 previously.

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Iran reacts to the Arab League’s latest accusations

While the new phase of western intervention in the Middle East has made the region prone to more instability, some of the Arab countries still prefer to keep their focus on Iran. The Arab League’s recent allegations against the Islamic Republic has sparked Iran’s clear reaction.

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Tehran, Ankara, more vocal in condemning US plans in Syria

After expressing concerns over Washington’s plans to create a new armed force in northern Syria, it seems that Iran and Turkey are becoming more vocal in condemning the move. While Iran has interpreted the US plans “interference” in Syria’s internal affairs, Turkish president vowed to take actual measures against the new force.

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California wildfires: Governor brands fires ‘new normal’

Devastating wildfires fuelled by climate change are “the new normal”, California’s governor has said.

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Geneva talks runs into a stone wall as the opposition sticks to its radical demands

As the new round of US-mediated negotiations has been underway recently, the opposition’s reluctance to put aside their radical positions has once again overshadowed the success of the diplomatic process.

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Why Trump decided to stop US support of the Syrian Kurds?

The process of finding a political solution to end the six-year conflict in Syria has been accelerated after the leaders of Iran, Russia and Turkey agreed on the bases of the process in Sochi. Now, in another development, it seems that the US has started to adapt its Syrian policy with the new developments.

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With Mugabe Out, ‘The Crocodile’ Is Poised to Take His Place as Zimbabwe’s Leader

Emmerson Mnangagwa, elected Sunday as the new leader of Zimbabwe’s ruling political party and positioned to take over as the country’s leader, has engineered a remarkable comeback using skills he no doubt learned from his longtime mentor, President Robert Mugabe.

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More talks to come on Syria as the terrorists’ days are numbered in the country

As the battles are still ongoing in different parts of Syria to liberate the territories under terrorists’ control, the United Nations has declared the new round of Syrian peace talks to be held within a month. Meanwhile, reports indicate that most part of the country has already been retaken from ISIS.

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Which groups will take part in the operation to liberate Tal Afar?

After successfully retaking Mosul, the most important ISIS stronghold in Iraq, Iraqi security forces together with popular armed groups are preparing the next stage of operation to completely expel the terrorists out of their country. Tal Afar is the main focus in the new phase of their operation.

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China willing to ‘pay most of the price’ to uphold N. Korea sanctions, calls for talks

China has pledged to sacrifice its own economic interests in order to properly enforce the new sanctions on North Korea that slash the rogue country’s imports. Both Moscow and Beijing, however, call for the six-party talks to resume.

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Different views toward the latest ceasefire deal in Syria

As the new round of Syria peace talks is still underway in Geneva, the agreement between the US and Russia to implement a ceasefire in southern parts of Syria has attracted a great deal of attention. While the agreement has survived its first day, there have been contradicting assessments about its various aspects.

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Who is Mohammed bin Salman, the new heir of Saudi throne?

Power struggle inside the Saudi monarchy, which for long the Saudi officials were trying to hide, has now come to its most open representation. After months of speculations and unofficial rumors, the Saudi King Salman finally changed the country’s crown prince, naming his son as the new heir of the throne.

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Rouhani, final winner of 12th presidential election

Hassan Rouhani, overwhelmingly won the majority of votes cast on Friday by Iranians and was re-elected as the new president of the country.

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France’s President Macron Puts Foreign Policy Priorities in Continental Context

General Dominique Trinquand, the former head of France’s military mission to the UN and NATO, who specializes in crisis management and peacekeeping operations, told Sputnik France what the top foreign policy priorities are for the new French President: European defense, relations with NATO and Moscow, and the country’s military operations.

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Does Russia’s plan for “de-escalation zones” in Syria have any chance to be implemented?

As the new round of Syria peace talks in Astana enters its second day, the issue of establishing the so-called “de-escalations zones” in the country has become the focal point of discussion for the international media as well as political circles.

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