Man Killed after Street Festival in Eastern Germany

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Man Killed after Street Festival in Eastern Germany


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Iran's defense minister said Sunday his country will continue its support of the Syrian government to ensure improved security in the region, adding that the nature of the two countries' cooperation won't be decided by a "third party."

Israel has expressed concern over Iran's growing influence in Syria, accusing Iran of seeking to establish a foothold near the frontier with the Jewish state. The United States has been pressing for Iran to withdraw its fighters from Syria.

Iran says its presence in Syria is at the invitation of the Syrian government. "No third party can affect the presence of Iranian advisers in Syria," Iran's Defense Minister Amir Hatami said.

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The nations achieved significant breakthroughs in the past several days on the critical issues of automobiles and energy, according to the people, who spoke on the condition of anonymity.

President Donald Trump was optimistic Saturday, tweeting that the U.S. could have a "big Trade Agreement" with its southern neighbor soon. However, Mexican Economy Minister Ildefonso Guajardo has signaled that the nation won't make an announcement on NAFTA until Canada signs on.

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