The Guardian: US faces European backlash against Iran sanctions

The limited scope of the accord left Tehran free to pursue its regional policies that could be viewed as unduly aggressive and at the expense of the geopolitical interest of other regional countries, including a number of Arab states.

Some oil analysts have said they expect Iranian crude exports to fall by as little as 200,000 barrels per day (bpd), while others put the figure closer to 1 million bpd. "President Trump's withdrawal is denying them that wealth, denying them the resources to continue their bad behavior, to take the money away from them", he said. The company is expected to announce within days whether it will maintain a 2016 order to deliver 100 planes to Iran, which are crucially constructed with some U.S. -manufactured components.

These reported remarks come as Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif embarked on a diplomatic tour to try and save the nuclear deal. The typical family will spend about $200 more this summer driving season, according to the Oil Price Information Service.

After the President threatened foreign firms that continue trading with Iran with "strong sanctions", Trump's national security adviser John Bolton told American TV he thought the UK and France would follow suit and ditch the 2015 deal. Benchmark U.S. crude oil was steady at $71.36 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange, while Brent crude, used to price international oils, lost 19 cents to $77.28.

Bolton also addressed the planned opening on Monday of the U.S.'s new embassy in Jerusalem.

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Al percatarse de la presencia policiaca, los imputados desataron una balacera en contra de los uniformados; un elemento municipal resultó lesionado.

Since late March, Hamas has been staging weekly mass protests meant to break a stifling, decade-long Israeli-Egyptian blockade on the impoverished territory. The market also contended with concerns about Venezuela's crude production slipping further and with bullish drawdowns in U.S. crude inventories.

On Wednesday, the IEA will publish its monthly oil market report. The "fixers" were said to have made progress in recent weeks in getting the Europeans to agree that an amended deal needed to address Iran's ballistic missile program and its malign influence in the region.

Trump declared Tuesday that the United States is pulling out of the 2015 agreement with Iran, regarding that nation's nuclear weapons program.

Responding to a question, Bolton said that the leadership of the previous Obama administration lied to the American people.

Saudi Arabia desperately needs foreign investment to implement Prince Mohammed's Vision 2030, a far-reaching plan for social and economic reform that aims to diversify the kingdom's conservative society and oil-dependent economy and turn it into a 21st century, knowledge-based state.

Melconian le recriminó a Macri haber "boludeado durante dos años" — Fuego amigo
En este sentido, indicó que "hubo tres endeudamientos diferentes en 2016-2017". "No entienden dónde está el problema". Por si no quedaba claro el panorama que tiene el Gobierno, reforzó: "Vinieron metas de inflación totalmente irreales".

Speaking last week, President Rouhani said: "If we achieve the deal's goals in co-operation with other members of the deal, it will remain in place". The evidence in support of that to date is two discrete bomb strikes in response to chemical weapons use in Syria.

The surge in oil prices comes at a time of tight supply amid record Asian demand and voluntary output restraint by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and non-OPEC producers counting Russia.

Washington's decision to withdraw from the agreement and reimpose sanctions infuriated its allies in Europe as well as China and Russia.

"I think the Europeans will see that's in their interest ultimately to go along with this", Bolton told CNN. All in all, he suggests that it is quite likely that there might be a revolutionary upsurge, though he is careful not to indicate any timeline for it. "I think that will sink in; we'll see what happens then", Bolton said.

Asteroide 'perdido' durante años se aproxima a la Tierra
Los astrónomos pudieron observarlo solo hasta el 10 de diciembre, tras lo cual lo perdieron de vista. La roca espacial se desplaza por el espacio a una velocidad de 28,655 millas por hora (46,116 km/h).

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