Trump Criticizes Iran Nuclear Deal As Talks Start With Iraqi PM

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Iraq's Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi speaks at United States Institute of Peace in Washington, Monday, March 20, 2017.

In his first meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, Trump says Iran is one of the issues his team will discuss with the Iraqi delegation.

Abadi said he hoped the USA and other allies would continue to offer economic assistance to Iraq, which he said faced a financial crisis as a result of the war against the militant group.

"We are in the last chapter, the final stages to eliminate IS militarily in Iraq", he said in a video statement.

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The joint commissioner of police Law and order, Deven Bharati and additional commissioner rushed to the spot immediately. All accused were produced before Dadar holiday court on Sunday and have been remanded in police custody till March 24.

"With respect to the president's tweets", Comey testified at the House intelligence committee, "I have no information that supports those tweets".

Abadi's visit to the White House came as Trump prepares to host a 68-country meeting geared toward advancing the fight against the IS extremists.

In his election campaign Trump repeatedly criticized his predecessor President Barack Obama for allegedly not prosecuting the campaign to totally destroy the Islamic State with sufficient vigor and determination.