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World powers seek to keep Iran in nuke accord after US pullout

World powers seek to keep Iran in nuke accord after US pullout

VIENNA: Three European nations along with Russia and China met with Iran yesterday to offer it economic benefits that would lessen the blow of sweeping…
Syria rebels say close to deal with Russia on south

Syria rebels say close to deal with Russia on south

BEIRUT: Rebels in southern Syria said on Friday they were close to reaching a deal with regime ally Russia including a ceasefire and the handover of some…
Pompeo in N Korea to seek ‘details’ on denuclearisation

Pompeo in N Korea to seek ‘details’ on denuclearisation

PYONGYANG: US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrived in Pyongyang yesterday to press Kim Jong Un for a more detailed commitment to denuclearisation following…

UN calls for ‘all parties’ to find Yemen political solution

United States: The UN Security Council said Thursday that “all parties” should work toward a political solution for Yemen, and repeated a call for the key port of Hodeida to remain open, reports AFP. The statements came after UN envoy Martin Griffiths updated the Security Council via a video…

3 more dead as record rains hit Japan

TOKYO: Three people were found dead near rain-swollen rivers in Japan yesterday, officials said, as record downpours prompted authorities to order more than 210,000 people to evacuate their homes, with some areas hit by more than a metre of rainfall, reports AFP. The body of a woman was found by a river…

India’s most populous state bans plastic

NEW DELHI: India’s most populous state Uttar Pradesh, home to 220 million people, announced yesterday a ban on plastic cups and polythene use from July 15, in its third such attempt, reports AFP. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has pledged to make India free of single-use plastic by 2022, and the…

Six sovereign wealth funds sign climate pledge

PARIS: Six sovereign wealth funds including four Gulf states have pledged to boost efforts to fight climate change at a Paris meeting called by Emmanuel Macron, the French presidential office announced yesterday, reports AFP. The state funds of Kuwait, Norway, New Zealand, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the…

Mother Teresa charity shocked after India babies ‘sold’

NEW DELHI: An Indian charity founded by Mother Teresa expressed outrage and regret yesterday after a nun and an employee were arrested for allegedly selling infants for adoption for potentially thousands of dollars, reports AFP. “We are completely shocked by what has happened in our home in Ranchi…
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