Iran summoned the envoys of the Netherlands, Denmark and Britain on Saturday night over a terrorist attack on a military parade in which 25 people were killed, accusing them of harboring Iranian opposition groups in their countries, IRNA reported.
Police chiefs in the United Kingdom have warned that chasing criminals, making arrests and other enforcement issues will become “much harder” if Britain leaves the European Union in March without having a deal.
Prime Minister Theresa May has pledged to protect British Jews and what she called “Israel’s right to defend itself” in what appeared to be a veiled attack on Jeremy Corbyn, who has been accused of tolerating anti-Semitism in the Labour Party.
The European Union is intensifying its efforts to try and save the Iran nuclear deal in defiance of the US. The bloc is understood to be readying a new payments system for transactions with Iran that will be announced soon. The aim is circumventing US sanctions and allowing businesses to continue trade with the Islamic Republic. Our correspondent Jerome Hughes reports from Brussels.