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BBC News 24
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Very dignified and an agreement on all sides it was important for MPs to sit today, just the day after the attack to show they wouldn't be cowed by terrorism. Yes, it was clear that many MPs made a real effort to make sure they were in the chamber to.
The Iran Project
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On the other hand, flourishing the Iranian market and luring the European companies to cooperate with the Iranian side, have forced the European governments to approach Iran. Also, several trade European delegations and high-ranking officials have recently traveled to Iran. Europeans even have declared that if America withdraws from the signatory countries of JCPOA, they would remain committed to the historical deal. In Feb 2017, the European Union (EU) and the United Nationsnuclear agency have reaffirmed their support for the 2015 nuclear agreement between Iran and six other countries. But this convergence was more lip service than action because the European banks and big corporations refused serious cooperation with Iran. Under pressure of US, the European companies are afraid of boosting ties with Iran due to heavy American penalties. And the US has not yet removed its sanctions against Iran.
Japan Times
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Despite an agreement reached by the government, businesses and a labor union that caps annual overtime at 720 hours, there apparently is a loophole that ...
Western Morning News
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The prospect of Torquay United and Truro City sharing United's Plainmoor ground has been raised again as the Cornish club looks at an uncertain future. Truro and Torquay have had a groundshare agreement before, but the arrangement did not go ahead.Today it has been reported that the future of Truro City's proposed new stadium has been 'thrown into turmoil' after the developer told the club's chairman that the project was no longer financially viable.The National League South side...
TIME - Global Spin
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North Korea agreed to several freezes of its nuclear-weapons program but still found ways to violate the deals, and when caught refused international monitoring and verification. U.S. Administrations have tried sanctions but have faced a China reluctant to enforce them and an inadequate international response. During the Clinton Administration, a negotiated plan to stop North Koreas program showed some success but ultimately was unsustainable. U.S. Administrations have considered military action but have pulled back, assessing the risk of catastrophic war as too great. The main reason we are where we are today is because North Korea has walked away from every denuclearization agreement ever reached. The regime clearly wants nuclear weapons more than any inducement. And it has not changed its behavior in the face of sanctions. But no U.
Sputnik International
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A free trade agreement between the EU and Japan is progressing faster than before and significant steps toward its conclusion are to be expected soon, member of the European Parliament and Vice-Chair of its Delegation for relations with Japan Romana Tomc told Sputnik.
The Economic Times
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Other than that, you dont need an AQR every-day.” He also said that no definitive agreement has been reached between the RBI and finance ministry on tackling NPAs. “There have been a variety of possibilities, at one time, 20 top NPAs are discussed, then 50 top NPAs are discussed, these are initial phases of discussion, once we reach a definitive stage then all the other things will come including the timelines,” Mundra said.
BBC Parliament
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is the case? The Scottish Government have been consulted or are being consulted to represent the interests of all the nations in the UK. The Department is not working on a secret agreement with anybody, including European Union. What he's referring to is press reports about the smooth transition at the point where the United Kingdom leaves.
BBC Parliament
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be flooded with New Zealand lamb. Money at the point where we will be having these discussions, we will be wanting to make sure the there is a balance between UK producer interests and UK consumer interests. Wheels are want to make sure that we are entering into a global, liberal trading agreement that aids everybody. This agreement is.
BBC Parliament
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potentially of great advantage to the least developed countries in which we have put a very considerable investment. Will he continue to drive forward that particular agenda? Yes. We have invested a large amount of money in supporting the agreement itself. Ensuring it is able to.
BBC Parliament
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BBC Parliament
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of the quality of that research and I am sure that that will continue. With permission, I will answer questions three and four together. The World Trade Organisation agreement on trade facilitation entered into force on the 22nd of every 2017. Once two thirds of WTO members had accepted the agreement. This.
Channel Pro
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Politico
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You’ve been lobbying for a $500 billion tax credit plan to help parents with child care, but the president’s budget proposal cuts before-school and after-school programs. You were touted as a potentialclimate czar” and brought Al Gore to Trump Tower; now the president wants to gut climate research and is plotting to undermine, if not abandon, the Paris climate agreement . Some briefly cheered when you played a role in scrapping a draft executive order that would have rolled back workplace protections for LGBT employees, only to see you get rolled as transgender students lost federal support for the right to choose which school bathroom to use. Not only have you failed to wield political power, but you’ve also lost business clout, as several department stores have dropped your fashion line due to plummeting sales. Your brothers are cashing in, while your brand is getting pummeled.
The Herald
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Variety
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Film co-productions involving China were a running theme through the entire FilMart market and conference sessions in Hong Kong last week. There is little industry agreement as to whether they are a good thing, or not. Though their number seems certain to expand. A seminar organized by China Daily, and sponsored by Variety, involved several... Read more »
The Economic Times
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South China Morning Post
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Antiwar.com News
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Reports out of the ongoing US-Israel negotiation on settlement construction limitations have revealed that Israel has rejected the most recent US proposal , which called for a full freeze of construction in isolated settlements, and some limits on the building in more established blocs. Under the deal, the US would look the other way on unrestricted construction in occupied East Jerusalem, and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced this is going to be the case, despite not accepting the rest of the terms of the agreement, which is said to have been met with dismay by US officials. At the same time Israel, which had expected the Trump Administration to be excessively accommodating, is said to be surprised by how stringent the US calls for limitation are, particularly the call for 100% freezes on expansion of the isolated sites.
The Iran Project
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South China Morning Post
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Voice Of America
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Amid heightened tensions between the U.S. and China over deployment of a U.S. anti-missile system in South Korea, experts suggest the United States should again send a clear message during an expected summit next month that the U.S. action is not intended as aggressive. The U.S.-South Korean decision to install the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) missile system on the Korean Peninsula came in July, following Pyongyang's missile tests last year. China has repeatedly condemned the move, insisting the system's radar would peer into its territory and survey its military, and now that components of the missile interceptor system are being installed, Beijing is said to be planning economic retaliation against Seoul. Washington is stepping up diplomacy to try to bridge differences with China over the THAAD issue, but the two sides appear far from an agreement.
BBC News 24
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The Prime Minister says that she wants Article 50 negotiations to lead to a deal and she wants people to know the outcome of that deal before it is approved. Will the Prime Minister confirm that in the period for an agreement, the House of Commons will have a choice, the House of Lords will have a choice, the European Parliament will have a choice, 27 member states of the European Union.