German Chancellor Angela Merkel and US President Donald Trump have aired differences over trade and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation at a White House meeting where they tried to put on a show of warmth despite tensions between the two allies.
"They committed to continue working closely together and with the U.S. on how to tackle the range of challenges that Iran poses - including those issues that a new deal might cover".
Negotiators among the United States as well as the three European powers have been working to try to finesse these issues so as to keep the USA in the agreement without driving Iran - which opposes any changes to the deal - out of it.
The death toll from protests in Nicaragua increased
The streets of Managua wore a devastated look following the clashes between the police and the protesters, AFP said further. Voices cry his name and someone presses a piece of cloth to his head to try to staunch the stream of blood.
French President Emmanuel Macron's talk this week of a "new deal with Iran" may not, in fact, represent anything new nor a deal with Iran.
The pair tried to sell Trump on the idea of the deal being a stepping stone to a longer-term, broader agreement, pitching a "four pillars" solution.
Sen. Chris Coons (D., Conn.) listed changes he would support to the Iran nuclear deal during an interview on "Fox News Sunday".
The first column is the current nuclear treaty with Iran.
Israel cancels expulsions of African migrants
Uganda recently backtracked on a deal with Israel to absorb several thousand migrants following days of negotiations in Kampala. Israel is still conducting what it calls "voluntary" deportations, though in reality there is nothing voluntary about them.
It refered to Tehran's ballistic missile programs, its nuclear activities beyond 2025 and "the main regional crises" in the Middle East.
Trump is due to decide by May 12 whether to reimpose nuclear-related sanctions on Tehran, putting in peril the landmark 2015 accord, which most world powers see as key to preventing Tehran from getting the bomb.
Earlier this month, U.S. ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley said that the North Korean leader Kim Jong Un had "looked at the Iran deal, he's seen what he can get and he's seen how he can push through loopholes and we're not going to let that happen again".
He also blamed Western countries for using "a missile theme" as a pretext to criticize the Iran nuclear deal, also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
Man called 'hero' for stopping Waffle House gunman in Tenn
He had been at the restaurant with his older brother and girlfriend, Shanita Waggoner, 21, according to CNN affiliate WTVF-TV. A gunman killed a churchgoer and injured seven others in a church shooting last September, mere miles from the Waffle House.
Merkel said any decision on whether to exempt the bloc from tariffs permanently was now in the president's hand.
Three Palestinians shot dead by Israeli forces
Khalil al-Hayya, deputy head of Hamas in Gaza, told a separate news conference that the suspects "wanted to kill reconciliation". Since late March, thousands have demonstrated near the border every Friday, some throwing stones or burning tires.
Motorcycling-Marquez loses Austin pole with three-place penalty
It wasn't long before Marquez had closed down on Iannone and the Spanish rider grabbed the race lead in the opening lap itself. Vinales was promoted to the top slot, ahead of Suzuki's Italian Andrea Iannone and Tech 3 Yamaha's French rider Johann Zarco.
Korean Leaders Work to Control Summit Optics
In a press briefing, Sanders said North Korea has "been open with their willingness to denuclearize", Xinhua reported. The past two summits in 2000 and 2007 were both held in Pyongyang.
Seattle Seahawks draft SDSU's Rashaad Penny in first round
That's especially true because Rashaad Penny could wind up being the second-best (or best) running back in this class. It wasn't a ideal story by any means, but I'm really glad the way it worked out", Dissly said of his position change.
Amber Rudd grilled by MPs over Windrush scandal
Asked if she had told May to ditch the target, Rudd said: "I have not discussed that with the prime minister". The Home Office has launched a major review to check whether anyone has been incorrectly deported.
Proteas to play hosts England in CWC opener
Old Trafford will host the 10-team tournament's most-anticipated match on June 16 between Asian arch-rivals India and Pakistan. The collapse of bilateral cricket between the bitter South Asian neighbours means their fans can only watch them in ICC events.