If Iran continues to the third stage of decreasing its commitments under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), it will give the signatories of the nuclear pact 60 more days to fulfil its requirements and save the deal, President Hassan Rouhani said on 14 August.
The Act is the vehicle by which regulations crafted and rubber-stamped in Brussels reflexively incorporated into UK law. In an official statement, Whitehall stated the repeal marked a “historic step in returning lawmaking powers” back to London, “as the public voted for in 2016”.
The Spanish government earlier reportedly offered the charity boat Open Arms, which has 100 rescued migrants on board and has been blocked by Italy from docking at the port of Lampedusa for over two weeks, to dock at the closest Spanish port.
A Turkish convoy has already crossed into the Syrian town of Saraqib, located in the country's northwestern province of Idlib, according to state media. There has been no immediate comment from Ankara.
The 104-page report also urged the US and its Pacific allies, namely Australia and Japan, to overhaul their military investment plans as well as spending and relationships in the region.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has stated on numerous occasions that he is willing to pull the United Kingdom out from the European Union with or without a deal. Brussels, in turn, has repeatedly underlined its commitment to the already agreed deal with former UK PM Theresa May, which, however, was blocked by the British Parliament three times.
In the latest incident involving former professional fighter Conor Mcgregor, the ex-UFC champion reportedly got into a brawl with a local bargoer in Dublin, Ireland who turned down the athlete's signature whiskey and got punched in the face for it, according to CCTV footage from the bar posted online.