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Natanz is not the only reason US-Iran talks got more complicated

The National 18 Apr 2021
Last week's attack on Iran’s Natanz nuclear facility, which the regime blames Israel for carrying out, has cast a cloud over the fate of the ongoing nuclear negotiations in Vienna ... However, it isn't just the negotiations to revive the nuclear deal – called the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, or JCPOA – that eventually hangs in the balance.
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Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War's Nuclear Error Code Bans Highlighted a Problem with ...

Game Rant 18 Apr 2021
The Sail 630 Nuclear Bug has been crashing Call of Duty. Black Ops Cold War Zombies games since early April ... Black Ops Cold War fans reported being banned as a result of the bug, the developer has finally investigated the player's complaints ... Black Ops Cold War Zombies Players Getting Banned After Sail 630 Nuclear Error Code ... Black Ops Cold War.
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Saudi, Iranian Officials Held Talks to Repair Relations: Reuters

Tolo News 18 Apr 2021
The report comes as Washington and Tehran try to revive a 2015 nuclear accord to which Riyadh had been opposed and as the United States presses for an end to the Yemen conflict, seen in the region as a proxy war between Saudi Arabia and Iran. Riyadh has called for a nuclear deal ...
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Saudi and Iranian Officials Held Talks to Patch Up Relations

Hamodia 18 Apr 2021
The report comes as Washington and Tehran try to revive a 2015 nuclear accord to which Riyadh had been opposed and as the United States presses for an end to the Yemen conflict, seen in the region as a proxy war between Saudi Arabia and Iran. Riyadh has called for a nuclear deal ...
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Saudi and Iranian officials held talks to patch up relations: Financial Times

Straits Times 18 Apr 2021
The report comes as Washington and Teheran try to revive a 2015 nuclear accord to which Riyadh had been opposed and as the United States presses for an end to the Yemen conflict, seen in the region as a proxy war between Saudi Arabia and Iran. Riyadh has called for a nuclear deal ...
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Saudi and Iranian officials held talks to patch up relations – FT

Metro USA 18 Apr 2021
The report comes as Washington and Tehran try to revive a 2015 nuclear accord to which Riyadh had been opposed and as the United States presses for an end to the Yemen conflict, seen in the region as a proxy war between Saudi Arabia and Iran. Riyadh has called for a nuclear deal ...
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Saudi and Iranian officials held talks to patch up relations - FT

The Jerusalem Post 18 Apr 2021
The report comes as Washington and Tehran try to revive a 2015 nuclear accord to which Riyadh had been opposed and as the United States presses for an end to the Yemen conflict, seen in the region as a proxy war between Saudi Arabia and Iran. Riyadh has called for a nuclear deal ...
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Did the Mossad 'shoot' and miss with Natanz sabotage? - analysis

The Jerusalem Post 18 Apr 2021
Although Israel’s supporters were complimenting the spy agency all week on the incident at Natanz on April 11 (about which sources told The Jerusalem Post and others that it was involved), which supposedly set back Tehran’s nuclear program by nine months, this may be a case of winning the battle, but losing the war.
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Saudi and Iranian officials held talks to patch up relations: Report

The Times of India 18 Apr 2021
The report comes as Washington and Tehran try to revive a 2015 to which Riyadh had been opposed and as the United States presses for an end to the Yemen conflict, seen in the region as a proxy war between Saudi Arabia and Iran. Riyadh has called for a nuclear deal with stronger ...
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Xinhua Commentary: The U.S. original sin of exporting turmoil

Xinhua 18 Apr 2021
Over the years, the United States, in order to maintain its hegemony, has repeatedly launched wars and incited terrorist activities, creating turmoil in other parts of the world. Figures show that between the end of World War II and 2001, 201 of the 248 military conflicts in 153 countries and territories were launched by the United States.
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Commentary: The U.S. original sin of exporting turmoil

People Daily 18 Apr 2021
Over the years, the United States, in order to maintain its hegemony, has repeatedly launched wars and incited terrorist activities, creating turmoil in other parts of the world. Figures show that between the end of World War II and 2001, 201 of the 248 military conflicts in 153 countries and territories were launched by the United States.
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Hillary Clinton says Trump is "unfit for presidency"

CBS News 18 Apr 2021
In a speech Thursday, Hillary Clinton argued Donald Trump's temperament makes him unfit to lead the free world. She warned America that if Trump is elected, he could lead us into nuclear war on a whim. Nancy Cordes has more ... .
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Letter: I see things differently

The Roanoke Times 18 Apr 2021
In the letter by Tom Taylor on April 12 ("Biden is a man of miracles") he was of the opinion that the world is not in a better place than it was four years ago ... This is important if we are ever faced with a nuclear war ... �. .
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Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is Unbanning Players Hit By the Sail 630 ...

Game Rant 17 Apr 2021
Black Ops Cold War is arguably the buggiest Call of Duty game ever released, though few issues have proven to be as devastating as the Sail 630 Nuclear error ... Black Ops Cold War players no longer need to fear the bug happening in their matches ... Black Ops Cold War Zombies Adjusts Dead Ops Arcade 3 XP ... Black Ops Cold War Zombies bans.
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