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Iran adds demands in nuclear talks, enrichment 'alarming'-US envoy

Gulf Daily News 06 Jul 2022
"They have added demands that I think anyone looking at this would be viewed as having nothing to do with the nuclear deal, things that they've wanted in the past," he said in an interview with National Public Radio. The demands included some that the United States and Europeans have said could not be part of negotiations.
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Iran Adds Demands in Nuclear Talks, Enrichment 'Alarming,' US Envoy Says

Voa News 06 Jul 2022
"They have, including in Doha, added demands that I think anyone looking at this would be viewed as having nothing to do with the nuclear deal, things that they've wanted in the past," he said in an interview with National Public Radio. The demands included some that the United States and Europeans have said could not be part of negotiations.
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Iran tests US patience by adding new demands to nuclear talks

The Arab Weekly 06 Jul 2022
“They have, including in Doha, added demands that I think anyone looking at this would be viewed as having nothing to do with the nuclear deal, things that they’ve wanted in the past,” he said in an interview with National Public Radio. The demands included some that the United States and Europeans have said could not be part of negotiations.
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Comcast Advertising Names James Rooke President

Maryville Daily Forum 06 Jul 2022
Prior to leading Effectv, Rooke oversaw FreeWheel’s global publisher business unit responsible for providing TV programmers and distributors with advertising technology to manage the monetization of their video content ... NEW YORK UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA.
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Iran Adds Demands in Nuclear Talks, Enrichment ‘Alarming’: US Envoy

The Algemeiner 06 Jul 2022
... this would be viewed as having nothing to do with the nuclear deal, things that they’ve wanted in the past,” he said in an interview with National Public Radio. The demands included some that the United States and Europeans have said could not be part of negotiations.
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Celebrity reactions to end of Roe v. Wade show just how clueless they really are

Life Site 06 Jul 2022
(LifeSiteNews It isn’t news that nearly the entire entertainment elite of the United States of America supports the abortion industry ... His commentary has been featured on CTV Primetime, Global News, EWTN, and the CBC as well as dozens of radio stations and news outlets in Canada and the United States.
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Democrats’ radical abortion agenda fails with the non-White voters they need

Life Site 06 Jul 2022
These numbers force us to confront a demonic state of affairs ... His commentary has been featured on CTV Primetime, Global News, EWTN, and the CBC as well as dozens of radio stations and news outlets in Canada and the United States.
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U.S. Envoy: Iran Adds Demands in Nuclear Talks, Makes Alarming Progress on Enrichment

Hamodia 05 Jul 2022
... wanted in the past,” he said in an interview with National Public Radio. Those included demands that the United States and the Europeans have said could not be part of negotiations to revive the country’s 2015 nuclear agreement with world powers.
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Russia exporting stolen Ukrainian grain to Turkey, investigation claims

La Prensa Latina 05 Jul 2022
The evidence presented by Skhemy, a program produced by the United States-funded Radio Free Europe, included satellite images and documents alleging that vessels turned off their radar signals when entering the sanctioned Black Sea port of Sevastopol, in Crimea, which was annexed by Russia in 2014 ... rml-int/jt/ks Tags ....
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Iran deal: US envoy says Tehran added new unrelated demands

The New Arab 05 Jul 2022
"They have, including in Doha, added demands that I think anyone looking at this would be viewed as having nothing to do with the nuclear deal, things that they've wanted in the past," he said in an interview with National Public Radio. The demands included some that the United States and Europeans have said could not be part of negotiations ... ....
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Iran adds demands in nuclear talks, enrichment alarming — US envoy

Gulf News 05 Jul 2022
“They have, including in Doha, added demands that I think anyone looking at this would be viewed as having nothing to do with the nuclear deal, things that they’ve wanted in the past,” he said in an interview with National Public Radio. The demands included some that the United States and Europeans have said could not be part of negotiations ... .
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Colorado public school teacher forced into re-education for challenging transgender madness

Life Site 05 Jul 2022
READ ... of the email I thought it might be helpful for me to provide a link regarding the transitioning process that has become a recent trend among young people in the United States ... His commentary has been featured on CTV Primetime, Global News, EWTN, and the CBC as well as dozens of radio stations and news outlets in Canada and the United States ... .
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Experts: Politically driven response to BRI not viable

China Daily 05 Jul 2022
The United States' push for a global infrastructure program with Europe is ... "For close to a decade, the West has struggled to respond to China's Belt and Road Initiative," Gyude Moore, a former minister of public works in Liberia, told National Public Radio in the United States.
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Oxford college apologizes to Christian advocacy group after canceling them over alleged LGBT ‘hate’

Life Site 05 Jul 2022
... achieve the end of Roe, and begin the real work of ending the barbaric practice of abortion in the United States ... His commentary has been featured on CTV Primetime, Global News, EWTN, and the CBC as well as dozens of radio stations and news outlets in Canada and the United States.

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