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, Nov. 23 (Xinhua) -- If there is no political agreement between Iran and the world powers over the Iranian nuclear issue in the ongoing talks, "extending Geneva agreement would be possible," an Iranian nuclear negotiator was quoted as saying by semi-official ISNA news agency on Sunday.

ISNA earlier quoted an Iranian negotiator as saying that due to the time limit and the large volume of the details to be discussed, clinching a comprehensive and complete nuclear agreement by Monday would be impossible.

Iran and the P5+1 group, including Britain
, China, France, Russia, the United States plus Germany, have been in final talks over Iran's nuclear program in the Austrian capital of Vienna since Tuesday
, hoping to seal a deal to end the lingering deadlock over this issue by the Nov. 24 deadline.


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Iran to allow access to Marivan nuclear site: official

TEHRAN, Nov. 22 (Xinhua) -- Iran is ready to allow UN nuclear inspectors to access the Marivan nuclear site, a facility suspected of being used to develop explosive weapons, the spokesman for Iran's Atomic Energy Organization, Behrouz Kamalvandi
, was quoted as saying by the official IRNA news agency on Saturday.Full story

Movement needed in Iran nuclear talks: German FM

VIENNA, Nov. 22 (Xinhua) -- Differences remain in the ongoing Iranian nuclear talks and movement is needed for reaching a possible agreement, said German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier on Saturday.

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NAIROBI, June 6 (Xinhua) -- Non-communicable diseases like cancers, diabetes and cardiovascular ailments have become a leading cause of deaths across the East African region
, experts said on Tuesday at a forum in Kenya's Nairobi.

Gerald Yonga, chairman of the East African Non Communicable Diseases Alliance, said high death rates occasioned by lifestyle diseases as opposed to infectious one could hamper socio-economic development in the region.

"The number of deaths from cancer, diabetes and heart diseases will surpass deaths arising from malaria, tuberculosis and HIVAIDS by 2020 if interventions are not put in place
," Yonga remarked.

He noted that poverty, ignorance and absence of diagnostic equipment have undermined war against lifestyle diseases, whose spread has been fuelled by changing dietary habits and environmental pollution.

Yonga urged enactment of robust policies and legislation to enable the countries to manage non-communicable diseases that are predicted to cause a 7 trillion dollars loss to the global economy in the near future.

"We must invest in the management of NCDs to be able to meet the national and international Development goals," said Yonga.

He urged governments in the region to priorities mitigation measures like smoking ban and awareness campaigns and to promote healthy eating habits.

Statistics from the ministry of health indicate that an estimated 30,000 Kenyans die annually from different types of cancer while other lifestyle diseases comprise 51 percent of bed occupancy in public health facilities.

Executive Director of the Africa Institute for Health and Development (AIHD) Wilkister Nyanumba-Bosire said investments in research
, public outreach and diagnostic equipments are key to boost management and treatment of non-communicable diseases.

She urged the government, private sector and bilateral donors to channel more resources to rural areas and urban slums where a spike in lifestyle diseases has been reported.

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A man passes by a polling station in London, Britain, on June 8, 2017. Polling stations across the Britain opened early Thursday as voters started to make their decision in the general election. (XinhuaHan Yan)

, June 8 (Xinhua) -- Early risers and people on their way to work were among the first to cast their votes Thursday in what has been described as Britain's most crucial election for decades.

Although Theresa May is on target to hold on to power, a late rally by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn may thwart the Conservative's ambition to give their majority a turbo-boost.

When May called the snap general election just six weeks ago, she held a working majority in the British House of Commons of just 17 seats.

She has pleaded with the British public to increase her strength in parliament to enable her to fight for a good deal with Brussels when negotiations start later this month on Britain's withdrawal from the European Union.

The battle for 10 Downing Street has emerged as a two-horse race between May and Corbyn, with political commentators saying the May landslide predicted just weeks ago is now less likely.

The election result is crucial as it will set the tone for those all-important talks about the future EU-UK relationship.

May wants to strike a deal she described as "good for Britain", while Corbyn says he respected the majority decision by Britain to quit the EU
, but he wants to maintain access for business and the protection of workers' rights.

Hundreds of polling stations across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland opened at 7 a.m. local time (0600 GMT), and close at 10 p.m.

Almost 47 million people, aged 18 and over
, a record number, are entitled to vote in the election, half a million more than in the 2015 election.

Polling stations have been set up in a whole.
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