Rouhani lashes out at ‘tower builder’ Trump

Iranian President rules out any changes or additions to 2015 nuclear deal.

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Macron: France wouldn’t be the same without Jews

French President denounces anti-Semitism, calls for toughness in fighting it.

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Despite state pressure, number of asylum seekers agreeing to leave Israel drops in 2018

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More allegations emerge on VA pick as nomination falters

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Germany: Iran deal can’t be rengotiated

Spokesman for German Foreign Ministry says keeping the nuclear deal with Iran is a top priority for the country.

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France's Macron pushes back at 'America First' agenda

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Rebel fighters begin leaving Syria's Douma after weeks-long military assault

Rebel fighters begin leaving Syria's Douma after weeks-long military assaultMOSCOW/BEIRUT/AMMAN (Reuters) – Rebel fighters began leaving the devastated Syrian city of Douma on Sunday in the first phase of a Russian-sponsored deal to evacuate thousands of rebels from the besieged enclave, state media said. A bus carrying dozens of fighters and their families left the city en route to opposition-held areas in northern Syria in an arrangement expected to take several days. Almost simultaneously, a first batch of freed hostages held by the rebels in Douma arrived at an army-controlled crossing, state television showed.