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EU says no credible alternative to JCPOA exists

The is no credible peaceful alternative to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), the European Commissioner for Justice, Consumers and Gender Equality Vera Jourova said during a plenary session of the European …

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 Georgia to elect president on November 28

The second round of Georgia’s presidential elections will be held on November 28 by the decision of the Central Election Commission said, adding that this day was declared a public holiday in Georgia. Voters will have to decide …

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Macron: France is U.S. ally, not vassal state

Two long-time allies like France and the U.S. should treat each other with respect, but France is a U.S. ally, not a vassal state, French President Emmanuel Macron said. In five posts after his visit to France, …

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Ilham Aliyev: main problem of CSTO is Armenia

The main problem, if there is a problem in the CSTO, is Armenia itself and the problems it has created, Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev said at a meeting with Ambassador of Belarus to Azerbaijan Gennady …

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Kurz: Austria to continue dialogue with Russia

Vienna wants to continue dialogue with Russia but believes espionage to be unacceptable, Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said following a cabinet meeting. Austrian Chancellor said that they want to maintain …

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Trump lambastes May over Iran - media

The U.S. President Donald Trump berated British Prime Minister Theresa May over the phone while flying Air Force One to Paris, the Washington Post reported. Trump reportedly criticised May, who had …

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Moscow hosting 'Caspian Dialogue 2018'

The International Economic Forum 'Caspian Dialogue 2018' has opened at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations today. The forum is organized by the International Energy Policy and Diplomacy Institute (MIEP MGIMO) and the …

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Ankara and Brussels to hold political consultations

  Turkey and Belgium will hold political consultations in Ankara on November 15, the Turkish Foreign Ministry said. The political consultations between the countries will be held during the visit of Deputy Foreign …

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Will new U.S. sanctions on Russia be postponed?

U.S. Congress is unlikely to pass legislation imposing new anti-Russia sanctions before the end of this year. "We don’t have very much time," Republican John Cornyn of Texas said. "It’s going …

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U.S. and Poland agree to 'deter' Russia

The United States and Poland agreed to work bilaterally through NATO to deter Russia following Secretary of Defense James Mattis' meeting with Polish Defense Minister Marius Blaszczak. …

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U.S. concerned about Iran’s ties to Hamas

The United States is deeply concerned about Iran’s growing ties to Palestinian fundamentalist organization Hamas, State Department's top counter-terrorism official Nathan Sales said. "After a brief …

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