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Τρίτη, 24 Απριλίου 2018

Iran FM: Trump administration 'never in' nuclear deal





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EDITOR'S PICKS Monday, April 23 | Daily Briefing
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In an interview with Al-Monitor, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif spoke about Tehran's potential response as the United States weighs pulling out of the nuclear deal.

Israel
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While Israel celebrates its 70th birthday, the Palestinians mark 70 years of despair.
Washington
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The Donald Trump administration has reportedly asked Egypt to contribute money and troops to the Syria fight even as President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has proven a challenging ally in battling the Islamic State at home.
Turkey
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With evacuations from eastern Ghouta, the number of jihadis in Syrian territories controlled by Turkey has doubled, yet Turkey appears to be nonchalant regarding this threat.
Israel
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Head of the Arab Joint List party Ayman Odeh explains that for Israeli Arabs, Independence Day is cause for mourning.
Iran
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Iran's government was left with no choice but to resort to unifying the official and open market currency exchange rates to tame the rial's slide during a currency crisis, which has spurred some positive efforts.
Washington
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Congress is threatening to pursue targeted sanctions against Turkish officials as tensions heat up over the ongoing detainment of American Pastor Andrew Brunson.
Iraq
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Religious leaders in Iraq are calling on voters to exercise caution in the upcoming elections and avoid casting votes for corrupt politicians.
Egypt
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The Egyptian government presented a draft bill to parliament to change the conditions of the use of endowments, which raised the ire of Al-Azhar.
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There are growing concerns in Tunisia over the declining freedom of expression, Tunisian authorities' crackdown on bloggers and the Nidaa Tunis draft law on electronic defamation.
Egypt
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While five candidates contended for the leadership of the Wafd Party, none of them were women, which raised several questions about the future of women in Egyptian partisan life.
Turkey
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The Turkish central bank's gold reserves have reached an unprecedented level of more than $25 billion under a strategy shift driven by a combination of financial strains and risks stemming from tensions with the United States.
Egypt
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In Upper Egypt, while men come together for shisha, women relax by chewing a mix of tobacco and tar — yet health professionals warn of the many dangers.
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