Iran has managed to sign a string of multibillion-dollar civilian aircraft deals since sanctions were lifted, but many ordinary Iranians are still waiting on hoped-for economic benefits of the nuclear agreement to trickle down. A lawmaker denounced as "regressive" the move by former president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad , to enter the presidential contest, noting that it would ultimately play out in favor of the incumbent President Hassan Rouhani's reelection bid.
North Korea fired an unidentified missile on Sunday morning, but the test failed - blowing up nearly immediately, a United States military spokesman says. While there, Pence also reiterated the "ironclad and immutable" relationship between the USA and South Korea, and Trump's desire to achieve security in the region "through peaceable means, through negotiations".
We did that at Stamford Bridge when we played with 11, with 10 it was more hard and today we control", he said post-match. I prefer to play for the title instead of don't fight for the title and stay calm. He said post-match: "If they'd have lost Hazard and Costa and come here to lose I'd say fair enough". "The satisfaction is for different reasons", said Mourinho, whose side take a 1-1 scoreline into the second leg of their Europa League quarter-final at home to Anderlecht on Thursday.
It's a little bit early. It's understood her leg was badly mauled and she lost a lot of blood. But she died from her massive injuries. She was surfing with her father while other family members waited on the beach. He later shared his story with 60 Minutes , recounting the attack in detail. Fishermen who arrived at the scene to render assistance said they spotted the shark and claimed it was larger than their 5.3m boat.
President Donald Trump's vice president arrived in the region a day after North Korea celebrated the birth anniversary of the country's late founder with a military parade showing off missiles and military hardware. The missile blew up nearly immediately, providing observers with few clues as to what the regime was attempting to achieve with the launch, beyond a show of force .
Fifteen people died and dozens were injured as a result of the April 3 attack, in which an explosion tore through a train traveling between stations in Russia's second-largest city. The Kremlin has called the attack a "challenge to every Russian, including the head of state". They are accused of being complicit in the bombing, which is the deadliest Islamist attack ever to have taken place in St Petersburg.