'We believe there are at least three indispensable conditions,' Fabius said as he arrived to join the talks, highlighting a need for rigorous inspections, long-lasting limits to nuclear research and development and a mechanism to quickly re-impose sanctions.
On the other hand the monitoring international sanctions imposed on Iran in its latest report to the UN Security Council called for the sanctions to continue in the status quo. Spain’s Permanent Representative in the United Nations and the current rotatory chair of this committee said despite the nuclear talks between the P5+1 and Iran, the Security Council resolution to sanction Iran remains intact and UN Member States are obligated to fully implement it.
The deadline to reach an agreement with the Iranian regime is on June 30th 2015.
Yassin Salhi, 35, was arrested after driving his van into a warehouse containing dangerous gases near France’s second city of Lyon. Authorities then found the severed head nearby.
The 'selfie' picture was sent via the WhatsApp messaging system to a number in North America, said the source close to the investigation.
However, it was not possible to fix the location of Salhi’s contact, the source added.
On Friday Jun 26, there were 3 other terrorist attacks on Tunisia, Somalia and Kuwait where 10s of people were killed and injured.
“In the past few years Iran’s society has been witnessing an increase in the rate of homeless people sleeping on the streets,” the report reads.
The director general of the Tehran municipality and welfare organization said, “More and more women are seen sleeping in the streets.”
Women are seen sleeping in the streets without any security, along with 17 and 18 year old girls who have either fled home or are in the streets because of addiction. They have spent many nights in such conditions. Addiction to ‘glass’ or Shishe as it called in Iran & crack threatening the lives of homeless women. Drug addiction amongst homeless women sleeping in the streets has caused more and more damages. Addiction to glass, crack and heroine amongst women force them to resort to any prostration, from selling their children to gathering trash on the streets. This has reached a point where greenhouses in Tehran no longer have any room for homeless addicted women.
Yesterday June 27th a group of Iranians gathered at Pinecrest cemetery in Ottawa
to commemorate Neda Hassani and her brave mother Forugh. Neda set herself a blazed in June of 2003 in protest to the deal between the Iranian regime and France gov. at the time.
During a raid against Iranian resistance, its leader and tens of its members were arrested by the French police on June 17, 2003. 2 of the people who set themselves a blazed Neda and Sedighe Mojaveri lost their lives. Neda's mother Frough supported her daughter's brave action till the end. Forugh died of cancer in 2009. They both are resting beside Sahar a young and kind girl who also died of Cancer 3 years ago.