French and Iranian presidents agree to work together to save nuclear deal

In an hour-long phone conversation Sunday, French President Emmanuel Macron and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani agreed to work together in the coming weeks to preserve the 2015 Iran nuclear agreement, the Elysee said in a statement. Macron proposed broadening the discussions to cover “three additional, indispensable subjects”, Tehran’s ballistic missile programs, its nuclear activities beyond 2025 and “the main regional crises” in the Middle East. Rouhani said once again that Iran would not agree to any changes in the 2015 nuclear accord.

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  • Apr 29, 2018 @ 23:00 at 23:00
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    Iranian officials postponed Khomeini’s first funeral after a huge mob stormed the funeral procession, destroying Khomeini’s wooden coffin in order to get a last glimpse of his body or touch of his coffin. In some cases, armed soldiers were compelled to fire warning shots in the air to restrain the crowds. At one point, Khomeini’s body fell to the ground, as the crowd ripped off pieces of the death shroud, trying to keep them as if they were holy relics.

    The second funeral was held under much tighter security five hours later. This time, Khomeini’s casket was made of steel.

    There will be an uranium casket for Khamenei? Would eBay accept selling of holy atomic relics? Time will tell.

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