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PARIS: French President Emmanuel Macron has called for the “necessary respect” of Iran’s nuclear deal with world powers, after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu urged the French leader to change the landmark accord.
A statement yesterday from the Elysee said Macron “remembers the importance of preserving the Iran nuclear deal and the necessary respect by all parties of their engagements regarding the accord”.
Macron and Netanyahu spoke by phone yesterday after US President Donald Trump demanded that European partners work with Washington to “fix the deal’s disastrous flaws, or the United States will withdraw”.
In his conversation with Macron, the Israeli premier said that “Trump’s remarks should be taken seriously, and whoever wants to keep the nuclear deal would be wise to fix it”, a statement from Netanyahu’s office read.
Netanyahu also told Macron the free world should “strongly condemn the five crimes of the Iranian regime”, listing “efforts to obtain nuclear weapons… developing ballistic missiles… supporting terror… regional aggression” and “the cruel repression of Iranian citizens”.
On Thursday, Macron told Trump that it was important for all signatories to respect the Iran nuclear agreement.
Tehran has rejected the notion of any modification of the 2015 nuclear deal, and has the backing of all of the partners to the agreement — Britain, China, France, Germany, Russia and the European Union — apart from the United States.
The Jewish state is also concerned that the nuclear deal — which it opposed — would not prevent Iran from eventually having nuclear weapons.
MONTECITO (US): The death toll from the mudslides in a California coastal town rose to 19 today but a man who had also been on the list of missing persons was located alive, authorities said.
The body of Morgan Christine Corey, 25, was found in mud and debris in Montecito, Santa Barbara County Sheriff Bill Brown said. Her 12-year-old sister, Sawyer, had been found dead earlier.
“We ask that you keep this devastated family in your thoughts and prayers,” Brown said.
Another person who had been on the list of missing, 62- year-old Delbert Weltzin, was found alive and well, Brown said without elaborating on the circumstances. The two developments reduced the number of missing from seven to five.
“While every hour it remains less likely that we will find anyone alive, there is always hope,” the sheriff said. The army of searchers and recovery workers in Montecito swelled to more than 2,000 five days after a powerful storm swept in from the Pacific and dumped a deluge on mountain slopes above the coastal enclave that were burned bare by a huge wildfire in December.
The backbreaking work went on in the summerlike weather that has made the stretch of Santa Barbara County coast about 145 kilometers northwest of Los Angeles a haven for the wealthy, celebrities and tourists.
“We have to do whatever it takes,” said Capt. Tom Henzgen, leader of a team from the Los Angeles Fire Department.
Long-range forecasts gave the crews about a week before the next chance of rain a” and potential new mudslides — although the precipitation was expected to be disorganised and light. Another system was possible two days later.
Crews worked throughout the day Saturday to clear debris basins and officials said there was still a lot more work to be done. But Tom Fara, the deputy director of the county’s flood control district, said the crews were making great progress and he was confident that at least a base level of water would be able to pass through the creek channels.
Much of the community of about 9,000 remained under mandatory evacuation orders, even unscathed areas, as crews both removed debris and worked to restore water, sanitation, power and gas. All warnings and orders for neighboring Summerland and Carpinteria were lifted. Brown urged anyone in mandatory evacuation areas to leave immediately.
Mixed doubles duo of Kim Sa Rang and Sikki Reddy won the deciding tie to power Bengaluru Blasters into the final of the Premier Badminton League. Blasters registered a hard fought 4-3 victory over Ahmedabad Smash Masters in the second semifinal here on Saturday.