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> We will not just strengthen our missile capabilities, but also our ground forces, air forces, and naval force,s for the defense of all peoples.
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We will not seek permission from anyone.>> Meetings between the country's top diplomats this week at the UN yielded no immediately noticeable de-escalation. One source describing the talks to Reuters as, quote, very difficult. The two leaders continuing their tirades against each other on the floor of the General Assembly.
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>> That deal is an embarrassment to the United States. But whether or not the US will actually scrap the 2015 nuclear agreement with Tehran is still up in the air. Trump says he's already made his decision over the matter, but is keeping it close to the chest for now.
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>> I'll let you know. I'll let you know.>> Not even the United States' closest ally appears to be read in.>> Prime Minister May asked him if he would share it with her and he said no. Despite the saber-rattling, the door may be open for compromise and a save of face for both sides.
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Rouhani remains adamant that the nuclear deal cannot be renegotiated, but on Thursday said, if it does have flaws, they can be fixed.