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EU's Juncker says expects deal at Turkey summit on stemming migrant flow BRUSSELS: European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said on Sunday he expected the EU-Turkey summit to agree on stemming the influx of migrants to Europe.Draft conclusions of the summit show Turkey would help the European Union handle the flow of migrants in exchange for cash and restarting stalled talks on EU accession. Copyright Reuters, 2015

Germany's Merkel says Turkey deal will bring order to migration flows BRUSSELS: German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Sunday the EU-Turkey migration deal would help put the flow of migrants in a legal framework instead of the current uncontrollable influx."One main part of this EU-Turkey action plan will be how we can replace illegal migration by legal migration, how we can improve the situation of refugees within Turkey," Merkel said on arrival to the talks.Copyright Reuters, 2015

Iran demands closure of UN nuclear watchdog probe TEHRAN: Iran said Sunday there would be no final implementation of a nuclear deal with world powers unless a probe into allegations of past weapons research is closed.The declaration, by a top security official, comes after the head of the UN nuclear watchdog said a report into the possible military dimensions of Iran's activities would not be "black and white"Iran has always denied seeking to develop an atomic weapons capability, insisting its nuclear programme is ...

16 dead in fighting for south Yemen province ADEN: Yemeni pro-government forces were battling on Sunday to oust Iran-backed rebels from a southern province where they have made gains in recent weeks.Ground fighting and air strikes by a Saudi-led coalition killed 12 rebels in Daleh province, military sources said. Four loyalists were also killed.Daleh is one of five southern provinces which the coalition-backed loyalists retook from the rebels in a July offensive. But the Shiite Huthi rebels and their allies managed to recapture ...

Kuwait names new acting oil minister; policy change not expected RIYADH: Kuwait on Sunday appointed Anas al-Saleh as acting oil minister in addition to his roles as finance minister and deputy prime minister, state news agency KUNA reported.KUNA did not say why Ali al-Omair was leaving the oil minister post. Sources familiar with the matter told Reuters 10 days ago that Omair was expected to be replaced; he had tried recently to introduce some changes to the management of state oil companies but was blocked.Omair's ...

Turkey to help EU curb migration in exchange for cash, EU membership talks BRUSSELS: Turkey will help the European Union handle the flow of migrants that has called into question the future of Europe's passport-free travel in exchange for cash and restarting stalled talks on EU accession, draft conclusions of an EU-Turkey summit said."Both sides will, as agreed and with immediate effect, step up their active cooperation on migrants who are not in need of international protection, preventing travel to Turkey and the EU, ensuring the application of ...

Bahrain summons Iran envoy over Khamenei remarks DUBAI: Bahrain's foreign ministry has summoned Iran's envoy and accused Tehran of interfering in its affairs after remarks by the Islamic republic's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, BNA state news agency said.Iran's acting charge d'affaires Hameed Shafee Zad was handed an official letter protesting the "blatant interference" in Bahrain's internal affairs, BNA reported late on Saturday.Khamenei's remarks "carry an explicit incitement and reflect a clear determination to foment discord and fuel tensions in the region," ...


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