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Iran's Khamenei rules out interviews with nuclear scientists

ANKARA  Iran s Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, said on Wednesday Tehran would not accept "unreasonable demands" by world powers over its disputed nuclear program and ruled out letting inspectors interview its atomic scientists.The comments,broadcast live on state TV, were the latest in a series of forthright statements on inspections in the countdown to a June 30 deadline to resolve a decade-old standoff over Iran s nuclear work. Responding to Khamenei, the United States made clear that failure to resolve questions about Iran s past nuclear work would be a problem in the negotiations."We will never yield to pressure ... We will not accept unreasonable demands ... Iran will not give access to its (nuclear) scientists," Khamenei

Obama eyes sped up training, weapons for Iraqi tribes after Ramadi rout

Obama eyes sped up training, weapons for Iraqi tribes after Ramadi routWASHINGTON: US President Barack Obama weighed faster training and arms supplies for Iraqi tribes Tuesday, while eying a rapid counteroffensive to retake Ramadi from the IS."We are looking at how best to support local ground forces in Anbar" province, National Security Council spokesman Alistair Baskey told AFP, "including accelerating the training and equipping of local tribes and supporting an Iraqi-led operation to retake Ramadi."Ramadi -- a city in Iraq´s Sunni heartland just 90 minutes´ drive away from the capital Baghdad -- was overrun by militants on Sunday.The audacious military victory was a major blow in the battle against the IS group, calling into question Obama´s strategy in Iraq and the authority of his ally, Prime

Chinese PM in Brazil to unveil $50 billion in investments

BRAS�LIA  Chinese Premier Li Keqiang began a three-day visit to Brazil on Tuesday where he was to unveil a $50 billion investment package during talks in Brasilia with President Dilma Rousseff.Chinese investment is a huge boon for Brazil as the world s seventh-largest economy endures a fifth straight year of low growth after a period of rapid expansion fueled by Chinese demand for commodities.Brazil hopes to use Beijing s cash to overhaul decaying infrastructure as the country s tourist magnet Rio de Janeiro prepares to host South America s first ever Olympics next year.Li will visit Rio on Wednesday, when he will see for himself some of China s investment in the city, including delivery of the first Chinese-built trains for a new metro line due

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