Russia says ‘a pity’ U.S. casts doubt on Iran nuclear deal
12 August 2017 | 6:00 am
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Friday it is a pity that the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump was casting doubt on the 2015 deal to curtail Iran's nuclear weapons program.
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Germany has joined the chorus of disapproval over Iran-supplied drones Russia uses to "terrorize Ukrainian civilians." The West has been pressuring the UN to investigate. DW has the latest.
Ever since the death of a young woman in police custody for allegedly wearing her headscarf improperly, Iranians from all walks of life have been raising their voices in anger. Their protest is being echoed by people around the globe, not least in the world of art.
A scientist is now producing organic fertilizer in a bid to create a cheaper and more viable alternative to imports.
Ukrainian authorities have reported missile strikes in Kyiv, Kharkiv and Lviv. Meanwhile, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov dismissed Kyiv's "peace formula."
"We just have to continue with the sanctions, especially with the political sanctions and the financial sanctions that hurt the single people who are part of this government — of this murderous government," Iranian-German filmmaker Siba Shakib told DW.
The former US president fought for years to keep his tax affairs secret, even suing the committee that tried to make them public.
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