Foreign Office – What’s next for the US-Iran nuclear deal?

What’s next for the US-Iran nuclear deal?

After 15 months of intense negotiations in Vienna, it almost looked like a new Iran deal. The agreements between Iran and the United States, among other things, should prevent Tehran from developing nuclear weapons. But last Friday, writer Salman Rushdie was attacked in upstate New York. The question is whether the accused was inspired by the fatwa issued against him by Iranian Ayatollah Khomeini in 1989. This again strained relations between Washington and Tehran. Is it throwing a spanner at the last minute? That’s what we ask the historian and Iran expert Peyman Jafari is an associate at Princeton University

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Las Vegas doesn’t immediately conjure up the image of America’s most stable city. Yet even the desert city will have to rely on it now. Water is flowing now due to long drought. So ‘Sin City’ needs to conserve water and sends a water agent to deal with waste. Reporter Karlijn van Houwelingen went with

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Greece’s minimum wage will rise to pre-crisis levels in 2012. Prime Minister Mitsotakis announced this. But the 751 euros it should have is dividing opinion in the country.

After 15 months of intense negotiations in Vienna, it almost looked like a new Iran deal. The agreements between Iran and the United States, among other things, should prevent Tehran from developing nuclear weapons. But last Friday, writer Salman Rushdie was attacked in upstate New York. The question is whether the accused was inspired by the fatwa issued against him by Iranian Ayatollah Khomeini in 1989. It once again put relations between Washington and Tehran on edge. Is it throwing a spanner at the last minute? That’s what we ask the historian and Iran expert Peyman Jafari is an associate at Princeton University

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Las Vegas doesn’t immediately conjure up the image of America’s most stable city. Yet even the desert city will have to rely on it now. Water is flowing now due to long drought. So ‘Sin City’ needs to conserve water and sends a water agent to deal with waste. Reporter Karlijn van Houwelingen went with

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