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WASHINGTON — U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Sunday that the United States had failed to reach an agreement with the European nations on the historic Iran nuclear deal.
He made the remarks in an interview with Fox News, after U.S. President Donald Trump withdrew from the deal on Tuesday. The U.S. exit, together with its threaten to sanction companies economically involved with Tehran, has sparked outrage in Europe.(US-EU-Iran nuclear deal)
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JAKARTA — Five people were hit after a bomb blast occurred in a flats located near a police station in Siduarjo of East Java province on Sunday night, police and an eyewitness said.
Two persons have been rushed into a hospital and 3 others with parts of bodies covered in bloods were found lying on floor after a bomb blast in a unit of flats (dormitory) placed by an alleged militant with family members, spokesman of provincial police Senior Commissioner Frans Barung Mangera said.(Indonesia-Blast)
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WASHINGTON — U.S. President Donald Trump said on Sunday that Washington and Beijing are working to get Chinese telecom equipment maker ZTE, which is suffering from a U.S. exports ban, back into business.
The two sides “are working together to give massive Chinese phone company, ZTE, a way to get back into business, fast,” said Trump in a tweet.(US-China-ZTE)
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NEW DELHI — More than 30 people have been killed and many others injured after a thunderstorm, accompanied by rains and gusty winds, hit India late Sunday evening, disaster management officials said.
“In the national capital, two persons were killed after a billboard collapsed due to the thunderstorm. Some 18 people have sustained injuries in Delhi also. In the neighboring cities of Noida and Ghaziabad, two people died due to sudden weather change,” an official said.(India-Thunderstorm)
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TRIPOLI — Libyan Coast Guards on Sunday rescued 260 illegal immigrants of African and Asian nationalities off the country’s western coast, navy spokesman said.
“Coast Guards patrol rescued 180 illegal immigrants of African and Asian nationalities on two rubber boats, 36 miles off the coast of the city of Garrabulli (some 60 km east of the capital Tripoli),” navy spokesman, Ayob Qassem, told Xinhua.(Libya-Immigrants-Rescue) Enditem


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