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Shock at G7 summit as Iran's foreign minister Javad Zarif lands in Biarritz

DNA Sunday, 25 August 2019
Iran's foreign minister flew into the French resort hosting a G7 summit on Sunday, an unexpected twist to a meeting already troubled by differences between US President Donald Trump and Western allies over a raft of issues, including Iran.
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France’s Emmanuel Macron invited a surprise guest to this year’s G7 summit. Iran’s Foreign Minister Javad Zarif arrived to the summit, catching Trump off guard. According to CNN, Macron pushed President Donald Trump to soften his stance on Iran. Trump responded:"I know Emmanuel means well, as...

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