Published: Sun, May 13, 2018
Global News | By Blake Casey

Iran hardliners lay out conditions for deal talks

Iran hardliners lay out conditions for deal talks

The minister echoed calls from Chancellor Angela Merkel and other leaders that Iran should agree to a broader deal that went beyond the original accord and included Iran's "problematic role in the region". But they were also targeting their own government.

U.S. President Donald Trump's decision on Tuesday to renege on the 2015 nuclear accord with Iran and reimpose sanctions against Tehran came with the threat of penalties against any foreign firms involved in business there.

Noisy demonstrations have become exhausted old routine by now - designed by a regime that wants to deflect the people's anger toward America and not on the very serious problems brewing at home.

None of these regime loyalists would dare say it, especially to an American reporter. To deliver basics like electricity, water and decent wages.

In Armenia, officially formed a new government
Mger Grigoryan became deputy prime minister and Mane Tandilyan now is the minister of labor and social affairs. On the same day, Armen Sarkissian, Armenian president accepted the government's resignation.


Iran says as far as it's concerned the USA pullout has not killed the nuclear deal.

Europe's largest economies lobbied to protect their companies' investments in Iran on Friday, seeking to keep the nuclear deal with Tehran alive after Washington pulled out and threatened to impose sanctions on European companies.

Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif set off on a tour of European countries on Saturday as Iran's government attempts to save the multinational Iran nuclear agreement that President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump issues disaster declaration for Hawaii volcano damage Giuliani biographer: He's "a drama machine" Trump attacks media after reports of Cohen deal with AT&T MORE pulled out of this week.

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