Iran Could Unleash New Refugee Wave, Netanyahu Tells Merkel
06 June, 2018, 01:55 | Author: Diane Mills
If Israel discovers that Iran has resumed the development of its nuclear program and is advancing it, "a US-led global coalition will threaten and then deal Iran a military blow".
Iran is to inform the United Nations nuclear watchdog in Vienna today that it plans to start the process to increase the country's uranium enrichment capacity.
It was also uncertain whether the opening of the centrifuge plant would have any significant impact on Iran's nuclear program, which continues to be closely monitored by the International Atomic Energy Agency.
Obama, Merkel, Macron, Netanyahu and other world leaders speak out after U.S. President President Donald Trump's decision to pull out of the Iran deal.
European firms, especially those from France and Germany, rushed to invest in Iran following the 2015 accord, under which Tehran agreed to freeze its nuclear program in return for an end to punishing worldwide sanctions.
Iran denies the pursuit of an atomic programme for military purposes.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Sunday the US decision to withdraw from the agreement was illegal and he urged the other signatories not to follow suit.
European signatories have suggested that the JCPOA should be renegotiated to cover Iran's ballistic missile program and to curb its spreading influence in the Middle East, buoyed by conflicts in Yemen, Syria and Iraq.
But President Trump dramatically pulled out of the agreement, leaving the remaining European signatories scrambling to save it. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the USA would re-impose its sanctions on Iran.
Merkel said she agreed that Iran's activities in the Middle East were a concern, particularly for Israel's security.
Katz's remarks come as Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu begins a tour of Europe during which he plans to discuss Iran's nuclear program with German, French and British officials.
Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman also slammed Khamenei's declaration that he had ordered preparations to increase uranium enrichment capacity Monday, according Hebrew media. "Yesterday he explained how he would do it - with an unlimited enrichment of uranium to produce an arsenal of nuclear bombs". But fears are growing in Tehran that European leaders will be unable to prevent Washington from reimposing sanctions on European companies, which would badly damage Iran's oil economy.
For all of Iran's fierce public riposte to USA threats of tougher sanctions, some senior Iranian officials see the US position as a "bargaining strategy" and believe the door to a diplomatic compromise should stay open.
"We are here to say hello to Netanyahu and remind him and the world of the dozens of unarmed Palestinians that have been killed by the Israeli army in the last month", said 19-year-old student Antoine, waving a flag expressing solidarity with the Palestinian people. "We will not allow Iran to obtain nuclear weapons".
Barr was sacked after she sent a series of racist tweets Tuesday about Valerie Jarrett , a former aide to President Barack Obama . Amid the furor over her comment Barr told supporters on Twitter: "I'm not a racist, just and idiot".
The grant is available on a first-come first-served basis for the first 100 people who relocate on or after January 1, 2019. In 2021, the available funds will decrease to $125,000, and then to no more than $100,000 in the years that follow.
The historic meeting between Mr Trump and Kim Jong-un would be the first between sitting United States and North Korean leaders. An advance team, led by deputy chief of staff Joe Hagin, has held meetings with the North Korean team in Singapore this week.
It quotes Facebook officials as saying that the deal let device makers offer customers popular features of the social network . Microsoft says that all Facebook data it collects is stored locally on the phone and never on Microsoft's servers.
Earlier this week as he packed up his belongings, he told journalists his parents were "harassing" him by engaging in small talk. Greenwood ruled in favour of Rotondo's parents, Mark and Christina, setting into motion the 30-year-old's eviction.
Amid this explosive rap beef that has the internet rapt are some memes and frenzied reactions, obviously. Drake , in turn, has accused Pusha of overblowing his past as a drug dealer in order to up his cred.
The first lady did attend the G7 summit in Sicily previous year , making headlines on her debut global trip as first lady. US first lady Melania Trump arrives in the Rose Garden to speak at the White House May 7, 2018 in Washington , DC.
In a series of tweets on May 31, Roseanne said, "please don't compare me2 other people who have said awful things. Instead of being properly shamed by her actions, Barr's supporters have seemed to bolster her confidence.
Two of those sources confirmed that Odyssey will be out during Ubisoft's 2019 fiscal year, which ends on 31 March 2019. KitGuru Says: I really enjoyed Assassin's Creed Origins , so I already have high hopes for Odyssey .
Another 44% say they go online several times a day, meaning almost nine out of 10 go online at least multiple times per day. Another insight from the study that emerged was that girls are more likely to use Snapchat , while boys mostly use YouTube .
Talks with Europe had "made some progress" but not enough for additional exemptions, he said in a conference call from Paris. Mr Trump originally imposed the tariffs in March, saying a reliance on imported metals threatened national security.
The journalist apparently did not tell his wife that the murder had been staged . "I want to say sorry for what you felt". Police in Kiev had said on Tuesday that Babchenko's supposed death had most likely been due to his work as a journalist.
China warns US against tariffs as trade talks end
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin stated then that the US tariffs had been suspended and the commerce conflict was "on maintain". French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire referred to the "G6 plus one" and expressed "total incomprehension" over the USA actions.
Caps' Kuznetsov practises but status unclear for Game 3
Washington handed the Golden Knights only their second home defeat - the first in regulation - in Vegas' nine postseason games. The Golden Knights trailed 3-2 entering the final 20 minutes but couldn't net the equalizer despite a 15 shot barrage.
Egypt’s Mohamed Salah Given Fresh World Cup Injury Boost
Mohamed Salah faces a fight to play in any of Egypt's World Cup group games, according to one of Liverpool's physiotherapists. The competition begins June 14, and Egypt's first game falls on June 15, exactly 21 days after Salah's injury May 26.
Texas teen wins National Spelling Bee
She said she struggled with the "ae" because that's not normally seen in German. "I just want to be happy however I place". The bee had 519 spellers participating in rounds one and two, and 452 take part in round three.
President Trump considers pardoning Martha Stewart
In August 2017, he pardoned Sheriff Joe Arpaio , who had been convicted of criminal contempt of court. President Trump announced an out-of-the-blue pardon Thursday of a controversial conservative pundit.