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Tehran would not take 3rd step in reducing its commitments under JCPOA
‘Johnson’s attempt is an outrage, a threat to our democracy,’ says Labour leader
Shogayev’s statement came on the sidelines of the International Aviation and Space Show (Max-2019) in Zhukovsky, on the outskirts of Moscow.
Trump said on Monday he would meet Iran’s president under the right circumstances to end a confrontation
After last week’s violent attack against Shia wedding, does IS only attack civilians in Afghanistan and Pakistan?
Conte’s move preempted a no-confidence vote that had been expected to take place, after Matteo Salvini, leader of the populist far-right League party and Italy’s interior minister, called for it.
Twitter social media platform accused China of backing anti-Hong Kong protest campaign
Islamabad accuses New Delhi of launching 5th generation war on it
Police forces reportedly encourages citizens to report on each other and send a text message to locate women who don’t wear hijab
Any efforts to seize Iranian oil supertanker would have ‘serious consequences,’ Tehran says
The bombs were planted near a market where people gathered after attending Independence Day events.
Israeli elections scheduled to be held on 17 September
Taliban denied responsibility for the attack and condemned it
Pyongyang protested against joint US-South Korea military drills, largely computer-simulated, calling them a rehearsal for war
Gibraltar authorities announced that Iran vowed that the tanker will not unload in Syria
UK denies releasing Iranian tanker
Zarif accuses US of turning the region into “matchbook”
UN, EU, China, Turkey call for reducing tensions
“Peace with Iran is the mother of all peace and war with Iran will be the mother of all wars,” Rouhani
Pompeo says he is confident that US could build maritime coalition in Gulf
“What remains are minor details. No Palestinian state, but civilian self-governance,” says analyst
In July 2019, US withdrew from the deal re-imposing sanctions on Iran
Trump’s adviser met Jordan’s King Abdullah
Coats was tasked with overseeing 17 US intelligence agencies after 9/11
South Korea to join European mission in Strait of Hormuz
The detentions came around a protest to demand that opposition members be allowed to run in a local election. Authorities had declared it illegal and sought to block participation, but thousands of people turned up anyway in one of the longest and most determined protests of recent times.
Three attackers riding motorbikes opened fire on a gathering of mourners, the terrorist group leader, Bunu Bukar Mustapha, told AFP
Iran to restart activities at Arak heavy water facility
Tanzanian President John Magufuli laid the cornerstone of the Stiegler’s Gorge Dam project on Friday.
Rights group described executions as “horrific” “extrajudicial killings”