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Iran set to exceed limits on uranium enrichment

International
Published on : 08 July 2019, 02:10 PM
Iran set to exceed limits on uranium enrichment

Iran has announced to break the limits of uranium enrichment levels under a landmark nuclear agreement with major powers. At a press conference on Sunday Iran’s deputy foreign minister Abbas Araghchi announced the start of the work to increase the level of uranium by more than 5 percent.

Judge `blackmailed` to convict Nawaz Sharif: Maryam Nawaz

Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz leader Maryam Nawaz claimed that judges were blackmailed and forced to convict country`s former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in a corruption case and the entire judicial process was severely compromised. She has released a video to prove her claim. Although judge Arshad Malik on Sunday rejected Maryam Nawaz`s allegations.

29 people die in India after bus plunged into drain

At least 29 people died and 18 more injured after a speeding bus got overturned and plunged into a roadside drain in northern India. The bus was on its way to New Delhi from Lucknow, country`s authority said.

Indonesia lifts tsunami warning issued after strong earth quake

Indonesian authorities have lifted a tsunami warning issued after a 6.9 magnitude tremor struck country`s North Sulawesi and the Maluku archipelago late Sunday night. The US Geological Survey said the quake was centered 185 kilometers (115 miles) southeast of Manado at a depth of 24 kilometers (15 miles).

African leaders launch world largest free-trade zone

The world`s largest free trade zone began its journey on Sunday. In a conference in Niger leaders of 54 African countries formally inaugurated the free trade zone. If this initiative succeeds, this trade zone will unite 1.3 billion people, creating a $3.4 trillion worth economic bloc.

Inquiry on `inept Trump administration` leaked emails launched

An investigation into a leak of emails from the UK ambassador in Washington which termed the Trump administration "inept" has begun. UK Foreign Affairs Select Committee`s chairman Tom Tugendhat dubbed such leakage of information as "serious violations" of law.

 

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