Iran's President Raisi names anti-Western hardliner as new foreign minister

Iran's President Ebrahim Raisi presented his cabinet to parliament, nominating a conservative as his top diplomat amid talks with world powers to salvage a nuclear deal. Ultraconservative Raisi last week succeeded Hassan Rouhani, a moderate whose landmark achievement during his two-term presidency was the 2015 agreement that gave Iran relief from sanctions in return for curbs on its nuclear programme. France 24's International Affairs Editor, Philip Turle tells us more.