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US withdrawal from Iran nuclear deal benefits no one: Rouhani - Business Standard
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, who's on a visit here on Wednesday, said that no one will get benefits from US withdrawal from the nuclear deal. "Not the US, not any other country would benefit from this decision to withdraw from the accord," he said.
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White House signals some compromise in ending US government shutdown - Hindustan Times
China’s Xi calls on army to be battle-ready - Hindu
US House passes bills that would end government shutdown, without wall funds - Hindustan Times
China building ‘most advanced’ naval warships for Pakistan: Report - Hindustan Times
China will not ‘give up use of military force’ over Taiwan: Xi - Hindu
US fires tear gas across Mexico border to stop migrants - Hindu
Kim ready to talk more with Trump but says not to test North - Hindu
Afghan Taliban says 'post-occupation' discussed with Iran - Times Now
Putin, in new year letter to Trump, says Moscow is open for dialogue - NDTV
US govt shutdown: Trump vows to wait as long as it takes for wall funding - Steve Holland, Mint
Prayers, fear in tsunami-struck Indonesian towns as toll tops 400 - Times Now
At least 43 killed in Kabul govt compound attack - Economic Times
Vijay Mallya faces bankruptcy proceedings in UK High Court - Pioneer
Philippines' Catriona Elisa Gray crowned Miss Universe 2018 - NDTV
India extends USD 1.4 Billion assistance to Maldives - NDTV
Dissolution of Parliament by President Maithripala Sirisena unconstitutional, says Sri Lanka’s Supreme Court - Hindustan Times
UN rejects US-drafted resolution to condemn Hamas - Aljazeera
Pakistan using Taliban as Hedge against India, no change in Behaviour: US Commander - News18
Rouhani: If US blocks Iran’s oil exports, will close trade route - Indian Express
Kamala Harris, first Indian-American senator in US, considering 2020 presidential bid - Hindustan Times
Trump says US very close to China trade deal - Money Control
Pakistan to invite PM Modi for Saarc summit, says Pak foreign office - Santosh Chaubey, India Today
US announces $5 million reward for information on 26/11 perpetrators - Money Control
California wildfires: At least 71 dead as number of missing jumps to more than 1,000 - Times Now
CIA Concludes Saudi Crown Prince Ordered Jamal Khashoggi's Killing - NDTV
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