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IRNANo government can define JCPOA selectively based on its own interests, said Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qasemi on Monday. Qasemi made the remarks during his weekly press conference while commenting on recent reports about possible new sanctions of the US Treasury Department against Iran’s passenger planes deal. Asked whether such decision is against the landmark nuclear deal signed between Iran and the world six major powers in 2015, better known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), Qasemi said that the nuclear deal is a unified agreement approved by all signatories and cannot be redefined selectively only by a single government. “No government can define the deal’s contents selectively based on its own interests accepting some parts and rejecting the others,” Qasemi stressed. The landmark nuclear deal was signed between Iran and members of the Group 5+1 (US, Britain, Russia, China and France plus Germany) in 2015, according to which Iran accepted to curb its nuclear program in return to sanctions relief.
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Democratic Republic of Congo's Health Ministry has approved the use of a new Ebola vaccine to counter an outbreak of the hemorrhagic fever in its northeast that has killed four people, a spokesman said on Monday. "The non-objection was given. Now there's a Medecins Sans Frontieres team that is arriving [in Congo] today to validate the protocol with the technical teams," Jonathan Simba, a Health Ministry spokesman, said by telephone. The vaccine, known as rVSV-ZEBOV and developed by Merck, is not yet licensed but was shown to be highly protective against Ebola in clinical trials published last December. As of Friday, Congo had registered 52 total suspected cases, including two that have been confirmed, the World Health Organization spokesman in Congo, Eugene Kabambi, said by telephone, adding that the situation appears to be under control. Simba said that the details of the vaccination campaign would be announced after a meeting of the health ministry and its partners set to take place on Monday or Tuesday.
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In a NY Times article from December of 2012 entitled, “U.S.-Approved Arms for Libya Rebels Fell Into JihadisHands,” we see the acknowledgement of an arms shipment at the behest of the Obama administration under the watchful eye of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton . However, the mainstream media appears to have provided cover for the White House and State Department by blaming just Qatar for the weapons transfer to militants, even though the regime change operation in Libya was overseen by both US and UK intelligence: “The Obama administration secretly gave its blessing to arms shipments to Libyan rebels from Qatar last year, but American officials later grew alarmed as evidence grew that Qatar was turning some of the weapons over to Islamic militants, according to United States officials and foreign diplomats. No evidence has emerged linking the weapons provided by the Qataris during the uprising against Col.
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My family could not influence FIPB: ChidambaramThe former finance minister said as far as FIPB cases were concerned, he had approved only FIPB-recommended cases and put before him by the secretary economic affairs.
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The former finance minister said as far as FIPB cases were concerned, he had approved only FIPB-recommended cases and put before him by the secretary economic affairs.
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Visitors to a Leicestershire beauty spot will have to start paying for parking from today. It will now cost £1 to park for a day at The Outwoods, in Loughborough. Annual season tickets can be purchased for £40 which covers two vehicles. The plan to introduce payment for parking was approved by the Charnwood Borough Council cabinet in December but then it was put out for consultation. The park management committee had recommended the fees, noting that nearby Beacon...
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( by Volodymyr Petrov) While Kyiv authorities say they are focused on improving public transport, the gap between the number of cars being driven on Kyiv’s streets and a number of parking spaces keeps growing. Kyiv provides 39,000 parking spots in 890 locations. According to the Auto Consulting automobile portal, Kyiv – with a metropolitan area population of at least 3 million people – has 353 cars for every 1,000 residents. Doing the math, that adds up to a lot of cars with nowhere to park. Scott said many other cities in Europe face difficult parking situation nowadays, naming Madrid and Barcelona as examples. “Whatever the city can do to mitigate issues of parking would definitely help the public environment,” he said. Revenues mix In March, the Kyiv City Council approved a regulation to limit street advertising in Kyiv, ordering the dismantling of several dozen large advertising billboards across the city.
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The UK's Metro reported the following: The elder Abedi fled to Britain before returning to Libya in 2011 for the uprising that ended the Gaddafi regime, and later served in the Tripoli police department, a spokesman said. It's important to remember the chain of events following various global and terror operations. In a NY Times article from December of 2012 entitled, “U.S.-Approved Arms for Libya Rebels Fell Into JihadisHands,” we see the acknowledgement of an arms shipment at the behest of the Obama administration under the watchful eye of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton . However, the mainstream media appears to have provided cover for the White House and State Department by blaming just Qatar for the weapons transfer to militants, even though the regime change operation in Libya was overseen by both US and UK intelligence: “The Obama administration secretly gave its blessing to arms shipments to Libyan rebels from Qatar last year, but American officials later grew alarmed as evidence grew that Qatar was turning some of the weapons over to Islamic militants, according to United States officials and foreign diplomats.
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Naidu said the Centre is formulating a new Metro Rail policy for future projects, in line with the government- approved National Policy on Transit Oriented Development (TOD). "The last decade has witnessed the development of metro projects across the country. However, with more and more cities aspiring for metro rail, it is the need of the hour to have a policy on the metro rail so that such systems are decided upon and implemented in the most sustainable manner," he said. Kejriwal said the Delhi Metro has today become the pride of not only the city but the entire India. There are many countries now which are looking up to Delhi Metro and DMRC is providing consultancy to many towns and cities. "From the point of view of environment protection, time management and economy, Delhi Metro has emerged as a very suitable mode of travel," he said.