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Iran Says Nuclear Deal Still Possible Despite Qatar Talks Setback

Iran Says Nuclear Deal Still Possible Despite Qatar Talks Setback

Agence France-Presse | Thursday June 30, 2022, Tehran

Iran insisted Thursday that a revived nuclear agreement with major powers remains achievable despite a negative US assessment of two-way talks in Qatar intended to reboot the stalled negotiations.

Western Leaders Would Look "Disgusting" Topless, Says Russian President Vladimir Putin

Western Leaders Would Look "Disgusting" Topless, Says Russian President Vladimir Putin

Edited by Amit Chaturvedi | Thursday June 30, 2022

Vladimir Putin also rejected British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's charge that if he were a woman he would not have invaded Ukraine.

Satellite Images Show How Much Italy's Longest River Has Shrunk In 2 Years

Satellite Images Show How Much Italy's Longest River Has Shrunk In 2 Years

Edited by Diksha Rani | Thursday June 30, 2022

Global warming has created a number of issues, like rising temperatures, resultant glacier melting and inundation of coastal areas due to rising sea levels. But in Italy, it has led to a drought-like situation in the famous Po River.

Employees Sue US Firm Claiming They Were Fired For Not Attending Prayer Meetings

Employees Sue US Firm Claiming They Were Fired For Not Attending Prayer Meetings

Edited by Diksha Rani | Thursday June 30, 2022

Two former employees of a company in the United States have have filed a federal lawsuit claiming they were fired for not taking part in daily prayer meetings, NBC News said in a report.

Subway Employee In US Shot Dead By Customer After Argument Over "Too Much Mayo"

Subway Employee In US Shot Dead By Customer After Argument Over "Too Much Mayo"

Edited by Bhavya Sukheja | Thursday June 30, 2022

A subway worker in the United States was recently shot dead in front of her son on Sunday after an argument with a customer about "too much mayonnaise on his sandwich".