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Blinken says time running out to revive Iran nuclear deal

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has once again warned time was running out to restore the Iran nuclear deal. Tehran has stressed it's ready to restart talks to save the landmark agreement, but not under Washington pressure.

NATO to expel several Russian diplomats

NATO has decided to slash the size of the permanent Russian delegation at its headquarters in Brussels in response to alleged "malign activities".

Britons still wrestling with fuel shortage

At least 13 percent of petrol stations in and around London remain empty amid fuel crisis in the U.K., according to an industry boss.

Gas price in Europe breaks new record high

The price of gas across Europe surged to a record high on Wednesday amid cold weather, supply concerns and increased demand.

US senators seeking to expel of 300 Russian diplomats

17 Democratic and Republican US senators have called on the administration of President Joe Biden to consider expelling 300 Russian diplomats from the United States unless Moscow issues more diplomatic visas for the US embassy staff.

Mali summons French envoy over Macron remarks

Mali’s Foreign Ministry has summoned the French ambassador over the "unfriendly" and “disagreeable” comments by French President Emmanuel Macron. It comes just days after Algeria recalled its ambassador to Paris over French leader’s remarks on the country’s government, as well as a visa row.

Lavrov, Blinken discuss reviving Iran nuclear deal

Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov held a phone conversation with US secretary of state Antony Blinken on Wednesday. During the talks, the top diplomats discussed prospect of restoring the Iran nuclear deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

Report: 330k children abused in France’s Catholic Church

An independent inquiry into allegations of sexual abuse within France’s Catholic Church has found that hundreds of thousands of children were victims of the crime in seven decades.

UK PM rejects fears of 1970’s-style crisis

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has refuted warnings of a 1970s-style economic crisis amid fuel supply chain crisis and labour shortage.

UK military begins fuel delivery amid driver shortage

British military personnel have started delivering fuel to petrol stations across the United Kingdom in an effort to ease the crisis arising from a shortage in lorry drivers.