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Iran will not negotiate with the “unreliable” US administration – Zarif

Declaring withdrawal from the 1955 treaty of amity with Iran was the latest move by the US administration against the Islamic Republic, aimed at maximizing pressures on Tehran. In response, Tehran once again reiterates that Washington’s move proves how unreliable when it comes to international commitments.

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“Our neighbors, our priority” – Iranian foreign minister on a regional tour to strengthen neighborly ties

Faced with increasing US pressures after Washington’s withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear deal, Iran has been looking to the expansion of its regional partnerships as a way to preserve its national interests. Iranian foreign minister’s recent trip to Turkey and Pakistan should be seen in this context.

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First part of US sanctions against Iran comes into effect on Monday

The US authorities are to resume the first part of sanctions against Iran following Washington’s withdrawal from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). The restrictions will cover the automotive sector, the purchase and sale of gold and key metals.

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France plans to keep nuclear deal with Iran in despite US withdrawal from it

France plans to keep the nuclear deal with Iran despite the US withdrawal from it, reports TASS.

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Iran warns it may revive the nuclear program in case the EU can’t preserve the JCPOA

More than a month after the United States’ withdrawal from the nuclear deal with Iran, the other parties have still not found any solution to keep it alive. However, as the ambiguities persist, Iran warns that it may leave a deal that won’t bring any benefits for the country.

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Amid NATO-Russian Tensions, US Pushes Germany to Siting Air Defense – Reports

Donald Trump’s withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal is said to have prompted Washington-Berlin talks on sending US Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) systems to Germany. Despite the odds in the recent transatlantic tensions over trade and the Iran deal, the Pentagon’s plan has been well-received.

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US unilateralism on the Iran deal is forming unexpected global alignments

US withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal has started to make unexpected international alignments, as the EU and China are intensifying their joint efforts to preserve the deal. Meanwhile, Russia warns about Washington’s desire to enter a full confrontation with Iran.

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After Trump’s withdrawal from nuclear pact, EU energy chief courts Iran

Europe’s energy chief will seek to reassure Iran’s top ministers on Saturday that the European Union wants to keep trade open despite the U.S. withdrawal from the nuclear deal.

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Trump’s move likely to worsen Mideast proxy battles

There may not be much Iran can do about President Donald Trump’s withdrawal from the nuclear deal, but across the Middle East, it has a variety of ways it can hit back at the United States and America’s regional allies.

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Start negotiating seriously, EU tells United Kingdom

The European Commission’s chief negotiator Michel Barnier told the United Kingdom Monday that it needed to start “negotiating seriously” if progress was to be made on British withdrawal from the EU.

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Australia set to join U.N. Human Rights Council – report

Australia looks set to fill one of two vacancies on the United Nations Human Rights Council following France’s withdrawal from the process, the Herald Sun newspaper said on Saturday, quoting remarks by Foreign Minister Julie Bishop.

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Japan, Canada to keep dialogue with US over Paris pact pullout

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his Canadian counterpart Justin Trudeau shared the view on Tuesday that they will continue a dialogue with the US administration about climate change following Washington’s announcement of withdrawal from the Paris agreement.

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UK May Lose 30,000 Finance Sector Jobs Due to Brexit

The UK withdrawal from the European Union may result in Britain’s losing up to 30,000 jobs in the financial sector, while the remaining EU countries would be able to accelerate development of their financial markets and improve resilience against shocks, Bruegel think tank’s report said Wednesday.

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China Poised to ‘Fill the Vacuum’ After US Kills Off TPP

The US withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal is an opportunity for China to fill the gap, and even pursue a free trade agreement with Mexico, Lourdes Casanova, Academic Director of the Emerging Markets Institute at Cornell University told Radio Sputnik.

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