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The robbery was reported about 2:15 a.m. CST (0815 GMT) in the basement area of the Law Residence Hall, one of the school's dorms, the Houston Chronicle quoted campus police as saying.
The victims told police three men approached them and took their wallets and cell phones. One of the suspects carried a small, silver revolver while another was armed with a black semi- automatic handgun.
The suspects ran away after the robbery, leaving the building through an emergency exit door. The victims said they were not hurt, according to the report.
The suspects were described as being young African-Americans in their early 20s. Police are trying to track them down.
According to the school's security alerts website, there have been 13 robberies on campus in the last year along with two more near campus and one armored car heist. University of Houston President Renu Khator added seven new campus security officers earlier this month and said 30 more were coming over the next three months.
Previously Texas was one of the 22 U.S. states that ban carrying a concealed weapon on a college campus. In May, the Texas House and Senate approved a bill that lets college students possess guns on campus. The new law requires that universities allow properly licensed gun owners to keep their weapons in their vehicles, though universities can still prohibit people from openly carrying weapons to class.
UNITED NATIONS, Sept. 22 (Xinhua) -- Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Friday that the international agreement on Iran's nuclear program should remain as it is.
"The re-opening (re-negotiation) of the JCPOA is not wanted by us, nor by China, France, Germany and the UK," Lavrov told reporters, using the official name of the July 2015 agreement, which was reached between Iran and the five countries as well as the United States.
Such a move would be "a very wrong signal to North Korea," he said.
"Right now North Korea is being told: renounce the nuclear weapons and we will lift the sanctions. If this agreement on the Iran nuclear deal will fall apart, North Korea would say: why do I need to negotiate with you if you do not carry out your promises?"
The Iran nuclear deal was something done and should not be taken back, said Lavrov.
He said German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel made a convincing case on Thursday in his speech to the General Assembly, quipping that he did not want to "plagiarize."
Gabriel said the Iran nuclear deal is not only about Iran, but also about the credibility of the international community.
"Which state would refrain from developing its own nuclear program if it turns out that negotiated agreements do not endure, and confidence in agreements with the international community is not worth the paper they are written on?" he asked. "How are we going to convince countries like North Korea that international agreements provide them security, and in so doing make them commit to further disarmament efforts, if the only international example for such an endeavor being successful -- the agreement with Iran -- no longer has effect?"
The calls for the preservation of the Iran nuclear deal came after U.S. President Donald Trump threatened to pull out of the agreement. In his speech to the General Assembly on Tuesday, he called the deal "an embarrassment."
On the nuclear issue of the Korean Peninsula, Lavrov deplored the lack of efforts toward the establishment of a peace and security mechanism in Northeast Asia.
"If we started to talk about this mechanism, if we started this process to shape this peace and security mechanism in Northeast Asia, probably we would have a permanent channel of communication with North Korea," said Lavrov.
With this channel, Pyongyang would have a better perception of the concerns of the other parties of the six-party talks -- China, Japan, South Korea, the United States and Russia -- and the five countries would have a better understanding of the concerns of Pyongyang, he said. "It is always much better to meet and discuss each other's proposals. It is so much better than isolating, intimidating and threatening someone."
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