07 July 2015

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Zarif demands all sanctions must go before nuclear agreement

Zarif demands all sanctions must go before nuclear agreement TEHRAN: Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Tuesday that prior to the nuclear agreement all sanctions against Iran should be lifted.The statement come as US Secretary of State John Kerry has asked Congress for more time to negotiate a final deal with Tehran."... As long as this instrument of coercion and pressure is kept there, I think people will never have the peace of mind that is needed in order to implement a good agreement," Zarif was quoted in the press.Meanwhile AFP reports that Kerry

Car bombs kill at least 11 civilians in and around Baghdad

BAGHDAD Car bombs went off Tuesday morning in and around the Iraqi capital, killing at least 11 civilians, officials said.Seven people were killed when an explosives-laden car was detonated in a commercial area in the town of Mahmoudiyah, about 30 kilometers (20 miles) south of Baghdad, a police officer said. The car was parked in a mainly Shiite section of town near a bakery and went off as people were standing in line to buy bread.Another 13 civilians were wounded in the attack, he said.Hours later, another car bomb exploded

Hillary Clinton surprises with early attack on CEO pay

NEW YORK/DES MOINES, Iowa: Hillary Clinton, under pressure from the left wing of her Democratic Party to aggressively campaign against income inequality, voiced concern about the hefty paychecks of some corporate executives in an email to supporters.Striking a populist note, Clinton, who announced on Sunday she was running for president in 2016, said American families were still facing financial hardship at a time “when the average CEO makes about 300 times what the average worker makes.”In a tightly scripted

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