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DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran on Monday ruled out any U.S. preconditions for reviving a 2015 nuclear deal, including the release of American prisoners held by the Islamic Republic while blaming Washington for the slow pace of talks between Tehran and world powers in Vienna.
VIENNA (Reuters) - The United States is unlikely to strike an agreement with Iran to save the 2015 Iran nuclear deal unless Tehran releases four U.S. citizens Washington says it is holding hostage, the lead U.S. nuclear negotiator told Reuters on Sunday.
KYIV (Reuters) - Britain has accused the Kremlin of wanting to install a pro-Russian leader in Ukraine, and said Russian intelligence officers had been in contact with former Ukrainian politicians as part of plans for a military offensive.
SEOUL (Reuters) - Iran is expected to regain its vote in the U.N. General Assembly after South Korea paid Tehran's delinquent dues to the world body with frozen Iranian funds in the country, South Korea said on Sunday.
Prime Minister Hun Sen met with Vietnamese foreign minister Bui Thanh Son for wide-ranging talks on issues of mutual concern, with both sides committing to facilitating an increase in their trade volume in order to reach more than US$10 billion for 2022.
COLLEYVILLE, Texas (Reuters): All the remaining hostages being held at a synagogue in Colleyville, Texas, were safely released on Saturday (Jan 15) night, more than ten hours after a gunman disrupted a religious service and began a tense stand-off with police.
COLLEYVILLE, Texas (Reuters): Police were negotiating with a man believed to have taken people hostage at a synagogue in Colleyville, Texas, during a religious service on Saturday that was being broadcast online.
ACCRA (Reuters) -West African nations will close their borders with Mali, sever diplomatic ties and impose tough economic sanctions in response to its "unacceptable" delay in holding elections following a 2020 military coup, the 15-state regional bloc said on Sunday.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The detention of world number one tennis player Novak Djokovic has drawn attention to the plight of scores of asylum seekers who are housed in the same Australian hotel being used as a makeshift immigration detention facility.
JAKARTA (AFP): Indonesia on Thursday (Jan 6) revoked thousands of permits for mining, coal and forestry as the government battles to rein in its vast resources sector.