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I'm Dave DeForest reporting.
No deal yet with Iran: Two top foreign ministers helping to negotiate a nuclear agreement with Iran are sounding confident that an agreement can be reached by Tuesday's deadline. That's Germany's Frank-Walter Steinmeier. He said Sunday that several elements are missing, and Iran has to be more flexible. But he said he believes Iran wants the talks to end. Britain's Philip Hammond also said he believes an agreement can be reached, but he too said Iran has to make some tough decisions.
Votes are being counted in Nigeria's presidential and parliamentary elections. The Independent National Electoral Commission says about 350 polling units were opened Sunday, after delays and technical problems on Saturday. Opposition supporters disputed results from Rivers state even before they were announced. Riot police are on the scene at the Independent National Electoral Commission office in Port Harcourt, where hundreds of opposition supporters are demonstrating over what they say were voting irregularities. President Goodluck Jonathan, up for reelection, was challenged by Muhammadu Buhari, a former military general.
Arab leaders say Saudi-led airstrikes in Yemen will continue until Houthi rebels surrender and withdraw from the territory they have seized. That announcement came Sunday at the end of a two-day summit in Sharm el-Sheik, Egypt. Saudi U-S Ambassador Adel al-Jubeir spoke Sunday on the CBS program "Face the Nation".
“The use of force in Yemen is to defend legality government to protest people of Yemen. We have the coalition of over ten countries set up our participating in those operations.”
Leaders at the Sharm el-Sheik also agreed to a joint military force. This is VOA news.
Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal Sunday assured Russian President Vladimir Putin of hypocrisy. He told in Arab summit Mr. Putin should not profess support for the Mideast while at the same time supporting Syrian leader Bashar al-Assard. The remarks came up Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi announced a letter from Mr. Putin would be right out to the meeting. In February, Mr. Putin received a grand welcome in Egypt but relations between Saudi Arabian and Russia have been cool over Russian support for Mr. Assard.
Tunisian security forces say they have killed the main suspect in the recent museum attack that targeted foreign tourists. Tunisia's state news agency says Abou Sakhr Lokman was killed, along with eight others, late Saturday during an anti-terrorist operation near the Algerian border.
A funeral was held Sunday for former Singapore Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew. In attendance was former U.S. President Bill Clinton, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, South Korean President Park Geun-Hye and Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott. Mr. Lee, called the "founder of Singapore," died Monday at the age of 91.
French voters went to the polls Sunday to cast their ballots in a second round of local elections. Early results suggest President Francois Hollande's Socialist party lost leadership of half of its current local councils. The strong winner appears to be former President Nicolas Sarkozy's UMP. The conservative National Front of Marine Le Pen moved forward, but only slightly.
A German newspaper reports that the Germanwing’s co-pilot accused of intentionally crashing his plane into the Alps may have had vision problems. Bill & Suntark reports investigators found evidence that 27-year-old co-pilot Andreas Lubitz feared losing his eyesight due to a detached retinna. Prosecutors said Friday searches of Lubitzs’ house uncovered documents that suggested an illness and appropriate medical treatment. Police also found evidence that he was treated for a psychological illness. Newspaper reported that Lubitzs’ girlfriend with whom he lived was pregnant.
Indiana governor Mike Pence says he does not regret of approving a new state law that keeps the government from forcing people and businesses to provide services they find objectionable on religious grounds. Some gay rights organizations have called it a state-sponsored waver for discrimination. Activists have called for a boycott of Indiana.
Voting got under way and News Pakistan Sunday where voters were considered certain to return President Islam Karimov to a fourth term in office. Mr. Karimov has ruled the country for a quarter century.
From the VOA news center in Washington, I’m Dave DeForest. That’s the latest world news from VOA.
目前尚未与伊朗方面达成协议：两名高级外交部长试图与伊朗达成核协议，他们坚信协议将在周二的截止日前达成。德国的Frank-Walter Steinmeier周日表示，协议中还存在一些问题，所以针对伊朗的问题还需更加灵活，同时他也坚信伊朗希望和谈结束。英国的Philip Hammond也坚信协议最终会达成，同时他也认为伊朗必须做出一些艰难的抉择。
沙特外长Saud al-Faisal王子周日指责俄罗斯总统普京虚伪。他在阿拉伯国家峰会上表示普京不应在支持叙利亚总统Bashar al-Assard的同时，还宣称支持中东国家。这番言论源于埃及总统 Abdel Fattah al-Sisi宣读了普京的一封来信，信中称他会出席会议。二月时，普京出访埃及受到热烈欢迎，但由于俄罗斯支持Assard政府，沙特阿拉伯与俄罗斯的关系遇冷。
突尼斯安全部队表示，近期将外国游客锁定为目标的博物馆袭击案，其主要嫌疑人已被击毙。突尼斯国家新闻机构表示，上周六，Abou Sakhr Lokman及其另外八名同伙在临近阿尔及利亚边境地区开展的一场反恐行动中被击毙。
一家德国报纸报道称，被指控故意驾机幢向阿尔卑斯山的德国之翼副驾驶或许患有视力问题。Bill & Suntark报道称，有证据表明27岁的副驾驶Andreas Lubitz害怕因视网膜脱落而失明。检察官称，周五搜查Lubitz家中时，发现了一些有关疾病和适当性医疗的文件。警方也发现了他接受过心理疾病治疗的证据。新闻报道称，和Lubitz同居的女友正怀有身孕。