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P5+1, Iran to Hold Plenary Meeting on Tehran’s Nuclear Program

International mediators and Iran are expected to hold a plenary meeting in Vienna on Thursday to continue elaborating the deal on Tehran’s nuclear program.  VIENNA (Sputnik) — Diplomats from China, France, Russia, the United Kingdom, the United States, Germany and Iran met for another round of talks in the Austrian capital on Wednesday. The …

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Can Nigeria Finally Turn the Corner? Africa’s largest economy ranks among the hardest places to do business

By The Globalist Today, Muhammadu Buhari became the country’s new president. The former General has dutifully pledged to crack down on corruption and inefficiencies as a top priority. His ability and determination to follow through on this pledge will matter greatly to the people of Africa’s most populous nation. …

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Iran is America’s de-facto ally in the war against ISIS

By Raghida Dirgham There have been many recent surprises in the Arab world, mainly heading towards the direction of a developing U.S.-Iranian relationship that goes beyond mere appeasement. This is while the U.S.-Israeli relationship remains a quintessential alliance and while the U.S.-Arab relationship continues with various brandings across …

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