Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Iran is definitely unsatisfied with the level of European commitment to the implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) - otherwise known as the Iran nuclear deal.
Iran 'certainly unhappy’ with EU commitment to JCPOA: Zarif
Russian fighter jets intercepted Israeli warplanes that were flying over southern Syria, media reports said.
Russian warplanes intercept Israeli jets over southern Syria: Report
The start-up of a giant new oil field in Norway’s part of the North Sea has led to a surge in shipments from the region to Asia.
Norway’s giant new oil field sees North Sea flows to Asia surge
European Union’s new foreign policy chief Josep Borrell has described preserving the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), the official name for the Iran nuclear deal, as a “collective responsibility.”
Preserving Iran nuclear deal collective responsibility: EU
The French government said it would see through planned pension reforms but said the new system that has sparked nationwide strikes would be introduced gradually and public concerns would be addressed.
French gov’t says determined on pension reform as strikes continue
France is ready to go to the World Trade Organization to challenge US President Donald Trump’s threat to put tariffs on French goods in a row over a planned French tax on Internet companies, the finance minister said on Sunday.
Minister: France ready to take Trump's tariff threat to WTO
The father of London Bridge terror attack victim, Jack Merritt, has slammed the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, for lying during the BBC Election Debate with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn on Friday evening.
London Bridge victim’s father accuses PM of lying during TV debate
Alexandra Hall Hall, the British diplomat in charge of explaining Brexit to the US government, Congress and public, ended her 33-year foreign service career saying she is no longer prepared to "peddle half-truths" about Brexit on behalf of a government she does not trust.
Senior UK diplomat in US resigns over government Brexit 'half-truths'
The most serious nationwide strike to hit France in years caused new weekend travel turmoil on Saturday, with unions warning the walkouts would last well into next week.
No let-up in French strikes as fresh turmoil hits weekend

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