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Under that deal, sanctions punishing Iran for its nuclear program were waived in exchange for Iran's commitment to roll back its nuclear activity in ways that would ensure it could not develop nuclear weapons. While campaigning for the presidency, Donald Trump proclaimed that he would completely refashion the deal or even go as far as abrogating it. President Hassan Rouhani , a moderate who helped orchestrate the 2015 nuclear deal, is seeking a second four-year term against cleric Ebrahim ...
  • Pochettino insists Kane has no reason to leave Tottenham

    Pochettino insists Kane has no reason to leave Tottenham

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    We are so, so calm about our key players. Harry Kane says he wants to score four more goals against Hull City to clinch the Premier League Golden Boot after his masterful display in Tottenham's thrashing of Leicester City. The match was effectively a dead rubber with Spurs already assured of finishing second behind champions Chelsea but Kane produced a superb individual performance to go top of the scoring chart as in-form Son also impressed.
  • 'Twin Peaks': Too weird the first time; weird enough now?

    'Twin Peaks': Too weird the first time; weird enough now?

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    Our original 1991 review of Twin Peaks first appeared on The Sydney Morning Herald . "It's one of Twin Peaks " most iconic sequences. All-out mania for the TV show descended after the brilliant first series. Japan, in particular, suffered from a huge case of Twin Peaks mania, with MacLachlan later becoming a spokesperson for a coffee company there. Lynch had always been against any kind of continuation of his masterwork, and what changed his mind isn't clear.
  • Antonio Tajani: UK would be welcomed back if voters overturn Brexit

    Antonio Tajani: UK would be welcomed back if voters overturn Brexit

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    Tajani threatened to veto any Brexit deal if it did not guarantee the existing rights of EU citizens in Britain and added that this protection would forever be subject to the jurisdiction of the European Court Of Justice (ECJ). The Labour leader rejected the notion that a Conservative victory was a "foregone conclusion". The central question, though, is the last one. "The Conservative party is full of shit".
  • France's Hollande greets Macron in first meeting since victory

    France's Hollande greets Macron in first meeting since victory

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    Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel congratulated French President-elect Emmanuel Macron on his "spectacular" election success, pledging to help France tackle unemployment and to work together with him to promote European stability. "France is one of our closest allies and we look forward to working with the new President on a wide range of shared priorities". The telegram went on: "In these condition it is especially important to overcome mutual distrust and join forces to ensure global ...
  • North Korea links nuclear advances to hostile US policy

    North Korea links nuclear advances to hostile US policy

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    UNITED NATIONS North Korea's deputy U.N. envoy said on Friday the United States needed to roll back its " hostile policy " toward the country before there could be talks as Washington raised concern that Pyongyang could be producing a chemical used in a nerve agent.
  • NKorea vows to strengthen nukes as US increases pressure

    NKorea vows to strengthen nukes as US increases pressure

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    The continued advances in ballistic missile development and the insistence on enhancing its nuclear weapons capabilities has made North Korea a threat to its nearest northern neighbors, China and Russian Federation, not to mention the entire world, insists one U.S.