{FD} France’s Macron says Iran nuke deal not enough, defends it nonetheless

French President Emmanuel Macron acknowledged Wednesday the Iran nuclear deal is not enough to contain the Islamic Republic's nuke and missile ambitions, however, he maintained scrapping the deal altogether would be a mistake.

{FD} The Latest: Refugees who paid for trip left on Greek highway

The Latest on Europe's response to the large numbers of refugees and migrants who have tried to reach or entered Europe (all times local): 5:45 p.m. Authorities say 77 refugees and migrants were found walking along a highway in Greece after smugglers they had paid to drive them to Athens dumped them hundreds of kilometers away.

{FD} Trump slams Venezuela at UN; Maduro calls him ‘Hitler’

President Donald Trump urged world leaders Tuesday to help restore "democracy and political freedoms" in Venezuela, singling out the South American country for some of his most blistering criticism in a speech to the United Nations.

{FD} Inside Syria’s Idlib, where poor and desperate civilians are selling their limbs and organs

In Idlib province in northwestern Syria, deemed the last government stronghold in the conflict-butchered country, civilians caught in the crossfire of escalating poverty and hopelessness have resorted to selling whatever they can to survive – including body parts.

{FD} Iraq’s top court suspends Kurdish region’s independence vote

Iraq's top court on Monday temporarily suspended the northern Kurdish region's referendum on independence that's due next week, a decision that put further pressure on the Iraqi Kurds to call off the controversial vote.

{FD} Syrian troops battling IS advance toward US-backed force

Syrian troops battling the Islamic State group crossed to the eastern bank of the Euphrates River in Deir el-Zour on Monday, threatening a potential standoff with the U.S.-backed forces operating there.