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The Iran Project
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Press TV New Zealand says it has postponed a plan to export lamb to Iran – in what it says would be the first step to resume post-sanctions trade with the country – until December. A spokesman for Silver Fern Farms, one of two exporters working with import companies in Iran, was quoted by media as saying that the company was still in the very early process of making agreements over lamb exports to Iran. The spokesman – who has not been identifiedemphasized that the plan would be put into practice next season which begins in December. With the lamb season wrapping up, it was too late for a deal to go through for this season, he was quoted as saying by Stuff.co.nz news website. While speaking at the Central Districts Fieldays earlier this month, Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy said he had just returned from a visit to the Middle East country where he had signed a veterinary agreement that would pave the way for exports to Iran.
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BANGI: The Health Ministry is waiting for a decision from Wisma Putra on how to deal with Kim Jong-Nam's body said Datuk Seri Dr S.Subramaniam today. The Health Minister said the Foreign Ministry could issue a statement pertaining to the matter. "I think they will be making an announcement very soon, as early as today. The Foreign Ministry and the Prime Minister's department have discussed with various parties including the North Korea government." he said. "I've been told that they have made a decision, and once the decision has been made, the Health Ministry will go by the decision," Subramaniam said after launching the new building of SJK (Tamil) Bangi here. (MORE TO FOLLOW)
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mass. And it wasn't just about religious worship, his courtiers said it was the only time they could guarantee the king was sitting still long enough to deal with matters of state. Which included securing the valuable loyalty of William, Lord Sands, a devout Catholic. Of the other people who were rumoured to be involved in the rebellion do.
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RB LEIPZIG are interested in Chelsea striker Dominic Solanke, according to reports.
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in an air strike. He feels utterly lost. I want a safe country for me because I have lost everything. Everything... Future and family. My life. The principal at the heart of the EU-Turkey deal is that.
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on whether to pursue EU membership. Turkish attempts to join the EU have been stalled since 2005. His comments come a year after the EU and Turkey agreed a deal to stem the flow of migrants entering Europe. But bureaucratic delays have left thousands stranded. Paul Adams sent this report from the Greek island of Kos
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A year ago these waters fell silent. A deal was struck, enforcement followed. Europe breathed a sigh of relief. But it's not over. On Chios, the camps are overflowing once more. A surge of new arrivals joining those who have been trapped.
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here for months. Abdullah al-Kiem arrived here the day the EU-Turkey deal went into effect. a day earlier and he could have moved on, but he's been stuck.
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TRANSLATION: It is a regional election that should deal with regional issues but this time everything is different. The Schulz effect is strong and this is Germany's first regional election this year - the vote will be heavily influenced by national politics but the result will also affect the general election. Expect some bruises
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My life. The principal at the heart of the EU-Turkey deal is that Turkey, just over the water, is a safe place for refugees and other migrants to return to. Now, the Syrians in particular dispute that and say that Turkey.
BBC News 24
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A surge of new arrivals joining those who have been trapped here for months. Abdullah al-Kiem arrived here the day the EU-Turkey deal went into effect. a day earlier and he could have moved on, but he's been stuck.
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might hold a Brexit style referendum about EU membership. His comments come a year after the EU and Turkey agreed a deal to try and stem the flow of migrants entering Europe. Bureaucratic.
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delays have left thousands of people stranded. A year ago these waters fell silent. A deal was struck, enforcement followed. Europe breathed a sigh of relief. But it's not over. On Chios, the camps are overflowing once more
BBC News 24
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Everything... Future and family. My life. The principal at the heart of the EU-Turkey deal is that.
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as a sham by pro-democracy activists. President Erdogan says Turkey might hold a Brexit-style referendum on whether to pursue EU membership. Turkish attempts to join the EU have been stalled since 2005. His comments come a year after the EU and Turkey agreed a deal to stem the flow.
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A deal was struck, enforcement followed. Europe breathed a sigh of relief. But it's not over. On Chios, the camps are overflowing once more. A surge of new arrivals joining those who have been trapped here for months. Abdullah arrived here the day the EU-Turkey deal went into effect
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Fixed grins but no handshake. There's been no love lost between Douglas Carswell and some in Ukip for some time. When he joined the party two years ago, it was a big deal. I am today leaving the Conservative Party and joining Ukip. But his relationship with the then leader soon soured. Differences in policies and personalities
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fractious union now. We don't seem to be able to deal with the problems, starting with external borders, the refugee problem, the euro, which hasn't been solved. And also, importantly, the imbalances between peoples lives within union
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"The first set went so quickly, and in the second set I had chances, but I didn't come back and unfortunately I missed the chance to stay in the match. She was just too good today." Spain?s sixth seeded Garbine Muguruza is doing it the hard way in Florida this week. After battling back to beat American Christina McHale in three, rain interrupted, sets on Friday, the Caracas born Muguruza had to pull out the stops again to deal with China's Zhang Shuai 4-6, 6-2, 6-2 in just over two hours. "It's very tough, especially the first round with players that you don't maybe play a lot. They are very good players as well. The difference is not that big. They play very well and you are in danger all the time,? said Muguruza. "I'm just going through these situations with the best attitude possible, being humble, trying to accept it, and find my way," she said. The Spaniard will face the winner of Saturday?s scheduled later game between Romanian Sorana Cirstea and Caroline Wozniacki.
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