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Jonathan Tirone

Austrians Go to Polls as Nationalists Poised for Government

Austrians were voting Sunday in a national election that’s expected to give a boost to populism in Europe and could make conservative front-runner Sebastian Kurz the world’s youngest leader if anti-immigration nationalists support him.

Iran Atomic Inspections Double With Deal Questioned by Trump

Iran has received nearly two snap nuclear inspections a month and almost double the overall number of visits it had just five years ago, indicating the value of the deal the U.S. and its allies reached in 2015 to rein in the country’s nuclear program.

Austria's Kurz Seeks Early Vote as Kern's Coalition Teeters

Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern’s government came to the brink of collapse on Friday after the main contender to lead his conservative coalition partner said he’d seek snap elections to break the country’s political deadlock.

Iran Sheds Economic Sanctions Yoke as Nuclear Deal Ratified

Iran has complied with the terms of an international agreement to curb its nuclear development program, allowing it to move out from under the yoke of crippling economic sanctions, the United Nations’ nuclear agency announced Saturday.