By Julian Borger in Washington Despite pressure from UK and France, US president expected to declare Tehran in violation of agreement but Senate could yet block reimposition of sanctions
Despairing of Trump, Europeans look to Congress to save Iran nuclear deal
Nearly half a million people have fled violence in Burma in recent weeks, as global furore mounts over authorities’ treatment of Rohingya Muslims. Now for the first time, a Rohingya guerilla leader speaks to FRANCE 24 about taking up arms.
“We are not terrorists,” says Rohingya guerilla commander
When news came in early on the morning of August 25 that militants from the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (Arsa) had attacked police posts in northern Rakhine state, killing 12 people and ushering in a massive army crackdown, it did not take long for Myanmar’s new ‘information committee’ to swing into action.
Suu Kyi: what has happened to Myanmar's icon of morality?

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