"If they're prepared to come to the table and negotiate those things to get to that outcome, fantastic".
"Since the sanctions in question are principally illegal, the Islamic Republic of Iran did not and does not attach any value or credibility to the waivers given to the sanctions", the Iranian foreign ministry said in a statement issued on its official website. We will continue to enforce sanctions and monitor compliance.
Justice Issad Rebrab et les frères Kouninef, arrêtés
L'Algérie est le théâtre depuis le 22 février de manifestations massives déclenchées par la candidature à un nouveau mandat de M. Le Pdg du groupe Cevital et les frères Kouninef, ont été arrêté par la brigade d'investigation de la gendarmerie à Alger.
The US president also called Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, ahead of the decision.
Separately, the commander of the Revolutionary Guards' navy said Iran would close the Strait if Tehran is barred from using it.
Trump a year ago withdrew the United States from a multilateral 2015 accord negotiated by his predecessor, Barack Obama, under which Iran drastically scaled back its nuclear program in return for promises of sanctions relief.
The White House said its recent moves demonstrated the United States' "commitment to disrupting Iran's terror network and changing the regime's malign behavior".
Iraq, which remains unstable, host to some remnants of ISIS, and divided on ethnic and religious lines 16 years after the US invasion, is especially vulnerable because imports of Iranian natural gas and electricity are critical to its economy, she says.
1 magnitude quake hits near Philippines capital
Dani Justo, a martial arts instructor, told AFP she was at her southern Manila home when the quake struck. The global airport in nearby Clark City was damaged, with part of its ceiling crashing to the floor.
This could result in oil prices rising significantly, as Iran is one of the biggest OPEC exporters.
Experts say it is unlikely that Iranian exports will ever be reduced completely to zero, with a black market likely to exist.
Oil prices spiked after Sunday reports that the waivers would end and remained higher on Monday. United States crude futures gained 2.4 per cent, or $1.52 a barrel, to $65.52.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hailed the move, and Saudi Arabian Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih said his country and others would ensure that "the global oil market does not go out of balance". But the State Department granted waivers at the time to eight countries, including Japan, India, China and Turkey.
So far in April, Iranian exports were averaging below 1 million barrels per day (bpd), according to Refinitiv Eikon data and two other companies that track exports and declined to be identified.
Deux gorilles jouent les mannequins pour un égoportrait
Mais au-delà de ces adorables clichés, le métier de garde, dans le cadre de la lutte contre le braconnage, est très dangereux. C'est très curieux de voir comment un gorille peut imiter un être humain et se tenir debout".