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UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Iran's United Nations ambassador accused the United States on Monday of showing no respect for international law by imposing new sanctions on Iran, describing tensions between the pair as "really dangerous" and not the right atmosphere for talks.
GEORGE TOWN: A resident living in a three-storey house close to the landslide in Batu Ferringhi is trembling with fear, following the incident.
VIENNA (Reuters) - Iran is still short of the maximum amount of enriched uranium it is allowed to have under its deal with major powers but it is on course to reach that limit at the weekend, the latest data from U.N. nuclear inspectors shows, diplomats say.
(Reuters) - Iran could within days breach part of its 2015 nuclear deal with world powers, a move that could eventually culminate in the return of all international sanctions on the country.
GEORGE TOWN: The authorities should investigate the foamy white substance found at Sungai Keluang, near the Bayan Lepas Free Industrial Zone, says the Consumers Association of Penang (CAP).
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - The number of major U.S. defence contractors has shrunk to the point of becoming a national security concern, according to the U.S. Air Force's acquisition head, who said his service needed to have more frequent competitions to benefit smaller companies.
Beijing: Nature, time, neglect and millions of footsteps have taken their toll on the Great Wall of China leaving much of it crumbling, but repairing it can be painstaking -– and controversial – work.
PETALING JAYA: While the sugar tax is hailed by consumer groups as a good move, dietitians and nutritionists are also saying that more needs to be done to tackle obesity in the country.
GENEVA (Reuters) - Iran will increase its level of uranium enrichment after July 7 to whatever levels it needs beyond the 3.67% cap set in the landmark 2015 nuclear deal, Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said on Wednesday, according to the IRIB news agency.
PARIS (Reuters) - Iran will gain nothing by departing from the terms of its nuclear agreement, the French foreign ministry said on Wednesday, responding to Tehran's announcement that it will boost the enrichment level of its uranium.