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Iran announces over ten-fold increase in enriched uranium production on 40th anniversary of US embassy hostage crisis
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Iran announces over ten-fold increase in enriched uranium production on 40th anniversary of US embassy hostage crisis

Iran will take the fourth step of walking back on the nuclear accord on Tuesday, semi-official news agency ISNA reported without specifying details.

Hong Kong protests: Police use water cannons, tear gas on demonstrators defying rally ban outside parliament
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Hong Kong protests: Police use water cannons, tear gas on demonstrators defying rally ban outside parliament

Police fired water cannon and tear gas at Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters massed outside the city's parliament on Saturday.

EU foreign ministers hold talks in Brussels to save Iran nuclear deal as Tehran threatens to resume its atomic programme
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EU foreign ministers hold talks in Brussels to save Iran nuclear deal as Tehran threatens to resume its atomic programme

European foreign ministers held talks on saving the beleaguered Iran nuclear deal as Britain warned the 'small window' for success was closing. Tensions in the Gulf have soared since last year, when the United States pulled out of the 2015 deal and reimposed sanctions on Iran.

World watches, from a distance
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World watches, from a distance

India and Pakistan have been told to calm things down but nobody is getting too worked up about the situation

EU cautious as allies back Venezuela 'acting president' Juan Guaido; fears open support could put European expats at risk
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EU cautious as allies back Venezuela 'acting president' Juan Guaido; fears open support could put European expats at risk

European and EU leaders, while expressing support for popular protests against Nicolas Maduro in Venezuela, did not go so far — stressing calls for new elections

Germany says it will stick to Iran nuclear deal; EU too looks at circumventing US-imposed sanctions
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Germany says it will stick to Iran nuclear deal; EU too looks at circumventing US-imposed sanctions

German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas has said that Berlin is committed to the Iran nuclear deal even though Washington has pulled out.

Iran nuclear deal: After US withdrawal, other P5+1 countries agree to maintain trade with Tehran despite Washington's sanctions
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Iran nuclear deal: After US withdrawal, other P5+1 countries agree to maintain trade with Tehran despite Washington's sanctions

The remaining parties to the Iran nuclear deal on Monday agreed to keep working to maintain trade with Tehran despite skepticism this is possible as US sanctions to choke off Iranian oil sales resume in November.

Sushma Swaraj holds series of bilateral meetings on sidelines of UNGA meet; discusses trade, investment issues
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Sushma Swaraj holds series of bilateral meetings on sidelines of UNGA meet; discusses trade, investment issues

Sushma Swaraj met the foreign ministers of several states such as Colombia, Nepal, Morrocco at the sidelines of the 73rd UN General Assembly.

Nine Members of European Parliament call for all deals with India to be nixed until arrested activists are released
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Nine Members of European Parliament call for all deals with India to be nixed until arrested activists are released

9 Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) have written to the EU to cancel all agreements with India till all the activists arrested in connection with Bhima Koregaon have been released

EU calls for 'transparent investigation' into drone 'assassination' attempt on Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro
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EU calls for 'transparent investigation' into drone 'assassination' attempt on Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro

European Union called for a probe into the drone "assassination" attempt on Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro

Macedonia, Greece sign agreement to resolve decades-long dispute over former's name amid protests
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Macedonia, Greece sign agreement to resolve decades-long dispute over former's name amid protests

The foreign ministers of Greece and Macedonia signed an agreement to resolve a dispute over the Macedonia name in a signing ceremony amid protests in Bitola and Pissoderi in Greece

Mahmoud Abbas to seek EU recognition for Palestine; reiterates commitment to West Asia peace process
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Mahmoud Abbas to seek EU recognition for Palestine; reiterates commitment to West Asia peace process

Palestinian leader Mahmud Abbas will ask the EU to officially recognise the state of Palestine when he meets foreign ministers from the bloc on Monday, a senior official said.

European Union will 'survive' Brexit and remain strong, says bloc's foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini
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European Union will 'survive' Brexit and remain strong, says bloc's foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini

The European Union will "survive" Britain's Brexit departure and will remain strong, the bloc's foreign policy chief has said

EU foreign policy chief meets Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu to discuss peace process, status of Jerusalem
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EU foreign policy chief meets Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu to discuss peace process, status of Jerusalem

EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini is meeting with Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu to address the issues of Jerusalem as Israel's capital

US recognises Jerusalem as Israel capital: Pressure mounts on Benjamin Netanyahu after decision faces flak internationally
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US recognises Jerusalem as Israel capital: Pressure mounts on Benjamin Netanyahu after decision faces flak internationally

Israel's leader faces renewed pressure from Europe on Monday to reboot West Asia's moribund peace process following widespread criticism of the US decision to recognise Jerusalem as the Jewish state's capital.

Donald Trump may be putting 'America First' but attacking Iran nuclear deal could ensure 'America Alone' in future
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Donald Trump may be putting 'America First' but attacking Iran nuclear deal could ensure 'America Alone' in future

Between nationalist speeches, protectionist gestures and Twitter outbursts, observers have struggled to identify a coherent strategy behind Trump's decisions.

UN General Assembly 2017: Syria's civil war drops off radar this year as North Korea, Iran nuclear deal crisis take over
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UN General Assembly 2017: Syria's civil war drops off radar this year as North Korea, Iran nuclear deal crisis take over

Once the focal point of a myriad of high-powered meetings during the UN General Assembly, Syria this year dropped off the diplomatic agenda.

Rex Tillerson says Donald Trump has made up his mind on Iran nuclear deal, but hasn't shared his decision with anyone
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Rex Tillerson says Donald Trump has made up his mind on Iran nuclear deal, but hasn't shared his decision with anyone

Rex Tillerson says Iran is in technical compliance with nuclear deal but it's failing to live up to the expectation that the deal would remove threat region

EU condemns North Korea missile launch as 'outrageous provocation', vows to step up sanctions
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EU condemns North Korea missile launch as 'outrageous provocation', vows to step up sanctions

EU diplomatic chief Federica Mogherini on Friday condemned North Korea's ballistic missile launch over Japan as an "outrageous provocation".

Iran president Hassan Rouhani criticised for keeping women, youth out of new Cabinet
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Iran president Hassan Rouhani criticised for keeping women, youth out of new Cabinet

Iranian president Hassan Rouhani put forward a new Cabinet line-up on Tuesday that was immediately criticised by reformists for its lack of women or youth.