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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Wednesday, October 18, 2017


Iranian diplomats say they expect President Donald Trump to abandon the international deal restricting Tehran's nuclear activities. They are intensifying their lobbying of European governments, especially the signatories to the agreement, France, Britain and Germany, hoping they can dissuade the U.S. administration from repudiating the agreement.

And in the event the U.S. repudiates the deal, then Tehran is urging Europeans not to join Washington in re-imposing sanctions.

The Iranians say if Europe and the other signatories, Russia and China, stick with the deal and don’t join a renewed sanctions regime, then Tehran will continue to adhere to the agreement.

Iran’s foreign secretary, Mohammad Javad Zarif, highlighted that appeal in an

The man who allegedly stabbed two young women to death in Marseille, France Sunday had been arrested and then released by police two days before the incident.

French authorities said the suspect, who went by multiple identities was stopped by police in Lyon on Sept. 29 for suspected shoplifting, but he was released for a lack of evidence.

The man had reportedly shouted "Allahu Akbar," (God is great) as he stabbed the two women at Marseille's main train station before French soldiers gunned

Report: Forensic analysts have determined that Alberto Nisman was murdered and did not commit suicide

A team of forensic analysts has determined that Alberto Nisman, the special prosecutor who claimed that the former President of Argentina covered up Iran’s role in the deadly bombing of a Buenos Aires Jewish center, was murdered and did not commit suicide, JTA reported Thursday, citing local media.

A new toxicology report on Nisman’s body found traces of the drug ketamine, an anesthetic

Rabbi Chaim Ashkenazi was found dead in a collapsed building resulting from Tuesday's 7.1 magnitude earthquake

The bodies of one of the missing Jews in Mexico has been found. ZAKA-Kedana announced that they had found the body of Rabbi Chaim Ashkenazi at a collapsed building in Mexico City during the Rosh Hashanah holiday.

Rabbi Chaim Ashkenazi, the son-in-law of Mexico's Chief Rabbi Shlomo Tawil, was apparently trapped under the rubble after Tuesday's 7.1 magnitude earthquake rocked Mexico

Britain eased its terrorist threat level Sunday from "critical" to "severe" after police arrested a second suspect in the bombing of a subway train in London.

Home Secretary Amber Rudd said the second arrest was an indication that "good progress" was being made in to the investigation of Friday's attack that injured 30 people, all but one of whom have now been released from hospitals.

The "severe" threat level indicates British authorities now believe another attack is highly likely, while