TEHRAN — Iran will remain in the international nuclear deal if the country’s interests are secured by other parties to the agreement, President Hassan Rouhani said on Sunday.
“If the remaining five countries in the deal live up to their commitments and guarantee Iran’s interests, the agreement will survive,” he said during a meeting with visiting Sri Lanka President Maithripala Sirisena. (Iran-Rouhani-Nuke)
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JERUSALEM — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday called on world leaders to follow the United States and relocate their embassies to Jerusalem.
Speaking during a reception of a U.S. diplomatic delegation in Jerusalem, Netanyahu thanked the United States for the relocation, which will take place on Monday. (Israel-Jerusalem-U.S. Embassy)
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GAZA — The Palestinians are preparing on Sunday for escalating popular protests on Monday in both the Gaza Strip and the West Bank.
The Palestinian protests on Monday will coincide with the 70th anniversary of Israel’s declaration of independence, one day before the Palestinians’ Nakba Day, or “Day of Catastrophe.” (Palestinians-Israel-Protest)
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GAZA — A senior delegation from Islamic Hamas movement in the Palestinian Gaza Strip headed Sunday for Egypt to meet with Egyptian officials a day before a major Palestinian rally along the Gaza-Israel borders, spokesman for Hamas said.
The delegation is headed by Ismail Haniya, head of Hamas political bureau, and includes members of the movement’s political bureau. (Hamas-Egypt-Israel) Enditem

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