0208 GMT July 23, 2018
Europe vows to stick to nuclear deal if US quits
Rouhani: Iran could remain in JCPOA if interests guaranteed
Iran, South Korea discuss nanotech cooperation
A meeting was held between Iranian and South Korean companies involved in the field of nanotechnology to discuss ways to expand cooperation and commercialize new products.
Saudi detains 'thousands' for months without trial: HRW
Saudi Arabia has detained thousands of people for years without trial, Human Rights Watch said Sunday, slamming the country's powerful crown prince for the "arbitrary detentions".
Iraq launches airstrike in Syria against Daesh
The Iraqi air force carried out a new strike on a Daesh position inside Syria, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi's office said in a statement on Sunday.
Dozens of casualties in blast at Afghan voter registration center
A blast at a voter registration center in eastern Afghanistan on Sunday killed or wounded at least 30 people, officials said, capping a bloody week in the war-torn country.
Israeli fighter jet targets northern Gaza Strip
An Israeli fighter jet targeted a position of the Palestinian Hamas resistance movement in the northern part of the besieged Gaza Strip.
Lebanese vote in first general elections in nine years
Voters cast their ballots in Lebanon on Sunday in the country’s first general elections in nine years — an event seen as important for economic stability but unlikely to upset the overall balance of power.
Tunisians vote in first free municipal elections
Tunisians voted on Sunday in their first free municipal elections, another step in a democratic transition that has become marred by disappointment over a lack of jobs and economic opportunities.
France condemns Trump over claim armed civilians could have stopped 2015 Paris attacks
France condemned Donald Trump’s comment that armed civilians could have stopped the 2015 Paris attacks, which killed 130 people.
Turkey says it will retaliate if US halts weapons sales
Turkey will retaliate if the United States enacts a proposed law that would halt weapons sales to the country, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Sunday.
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