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Macron: ‘I told Trump not to tear up Iran deal’

Macron: I told Trump not to end Iran dealFrench President Emmanuel Macron said Sunday he told U.S. President Donald Trump not to tear up a nuclear arms deal with Iran, as doing so could lead to a similar standoff as the one with North Korea.

“What I told him was not to tear up the deal,” Macron told TF1 and LCI in his first live TV interview since taking office. “After that I told him, let’s have a demanding dialogue, let’s continue to conduct checks, but let’s be much more demanding with Iran on its ballistic activity.”

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Austrian Nationalists Close In on Power With Millennial at Head

Austrians go right

Austrian voters gave 31-year-old conservative Sebastian Kurz a mandate to form a new government in an election on Sunday, setting up a potential coalition with the nationalist Freedom Party as junior partner, according to projections based on partial returns.

Kurz’s People’s Party took 31.5 percent of the vote, with Chancellor Christian Kern’s Social Democrats in second place with about 27 percent and the Freedom Party third place at about 26 percent, according to Sora projections for ORF public television.

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Mogadishu blast: 'We have never seen such devastation'

Mogadushu massacre

Abdulkadir Abdirahman, director of Mogadishu's ambulance service, recounts the horrors he saw after a truck bomb blast that killed more than 200 people in the Somali capital.

He spoke to Al Jazeera's Hamza Mohamed:

"It was a normal day. Very quiet and not much work to do. I was sitting behind my desk at work. Our office is about one kilometre from the scene of the explosion.

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Tony Blair: ‘We were wrong to boycott Hamas after its election win’

Tony Blair: We should not have boycotted duly elected Hamas

Tony Blair has said for the first time that he and other world leaders were wrong to yield to Israeli pressure to impose an immediate boycott of Hamas after the Islamic faction won Palestinian elections in 2006.

As prime minister at the time, Blair offered strong support for the decision – driven by the George W Bush White House – to halt aid to, and cut off relations with, the newly elected Hamas-led Palestinian Authority unless it agreed to recognise Israel, renounce violence and abide by previous agreements between its Fatah predecessors and Israel. The ultimatum was rejected by Hamas. The elections were judged free and fair by international monitors.

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Gunmen attack Kenyan school, killing six children: officials

School attacked in KenyaSeven people, six of them children, were killed in northern Kenya on Saturday when unknown assailants attacked a school, officials said.

Cattle rustling and clashes over grazing and farming land are relatively common between communities in the East African country’s north, and often escalate into revenge attacks.

The region also borders war-torn South Sudan, and arms smuggling is common, with Kenyan police having little control over weaponry crossing the border.

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Trump announces combative new approach to Iran

Trump rages against IranPresident Donald Trump on Friday unveiled a tough new policy toward the "rogue regime in Iran," prior to declaring that the nuclear deal reached by the Obama administration was no longer in US interests, though he was expected to stop short of ripping it up.

"History has shown that the longer we ignore a threat, the more dangerous that threat becomes," Trump said, opening a speech on his new approach at the White House by recalling the repression of the Iranian revolution in 1979, and recalling terror attacks by Iranian proxies against the United States, including the 1983 bombing of a barracks in Beirut that killed 241 US Marines.
TVNL Comment: The speech was filled with lies. But, that's the way Trump sells his ignorant and dangerous policies.

Militants Free American Woman, Caitlan Coleman, and Family in Afghanistan

Militans free American and family from Pakistan

An American woman and three children released by a Taliban-linked group are still in Pakistan after her Canadian husband declined to board a plane to the U.S., three American officials said Thursday.

Caitlan Coleman, who is originally from Pennsylvania, and Canadian Joshua Boyle were kidnapped by the militants while hiking in Afghanistan in late 2012. Coleman was pregnant when she was captured, and the couple had three children while being held.

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