UN nuclear inspectors visit Iran uranium mine Inspectors from the UN nuclear watchdog are scheduled to inspect Iran's Gachin uranium mine today. The International Atomic Energy Agency's visit - its first to the mine in southern Iran since 2005 - follows an interim deal agreed between Tehran and six world powers in November. The first round of talks between Iran, led by President Hassan Rowhani, and the P5+1 on a long-term deal for Tehran to curb parts of its nuclear programme in exchange for a gradual end to sanctions is expected to take place next month in New York. Israel Supreme Court to to decide on barrier Israel's Supreme Court is expected to rule today on the defence ministry's planned route for a security barrier that would split a Palestinian village in two. The barrier - in parts an eight-metre-high concrete wall that currently snakes some 440 kilometres through the West Bank - would cut through ancient irrigation systems relied upon by the village of Battir, which wants to be listed as a Unesco world heritage site. It would also separate residents of nearby Beit Jala from their olive groves, and divide a local Christian community. Anti-government symbol goes back on sale The cuddly toy wolf which became an anti-government icon is back on the shelves at Ikea today after stocks sold out in December. Lufsig, based on the antagonist in the tale of Little Red Riding Hood, was thrown by protesters at Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying, who has been characterised as a "wolf" for his perceived cunning and lack of integrity. Another reason for Lufsig's popularity? The translation of the toy's name used in mainland stores - since modified - was close to an obscene three-word phrase in Cantonese associated with the female genitalia. Nintendo reports earnings as Wii U sales lag Nintendo is expected to announce losses of 25 billion yen (HK$1.9 billion) today for the year to the end of March. Sales of the video game giant's Wii U console and 3DS handheld have fallen well short of its forecasts in spite of a heavy promotional push. German Olympic hero to share his memories Olympic gymnastics champion Marcel Nguyen will meet students of the German programme at the University of Hong Kong today. He will share his experiences and communicate with the students in German. In the 2012 London Games, Nguyen won double Olympic gymnastics silver medals and the first all-round gymnastics medal for Germany since the 1936 Summer Olympic Games held in Berlin. High-scoring City travel to White Hart Lane Free-scoring Manchester City's visit to Tottenham Hotspur is the pick of the English Premier League fixtures. Elsewhere, Chelsea host West Ham, Aston Villa take on West Brom and Stoke travel to Sunderland (all games kick off at 3.45am).