The air forces of the Iranian Army and Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) started joint aerial drills in the Persian Gulf and the Sea of Oman.
Iran’s Army, IRGC hold joint aerial drills
Iran called on the United Nations to condemn Tel Aviv for threatening Tehran with a nuclear attack and bring the regime’s atomic weapons program under its supervision.
UN urged to condemn Israel for threatening Iran
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi on Friday dismissed as “ridiculous” reports attributed to US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley that Iranian President Hassan Rouhani had asked for a bilateral meeting with US President Donald Trump, according to Press TV.
Iran denies report of request for meeting with Trump
Iran's ambassador to the UK slammed London for warning Iranians living in Britain against visiting Iran, stating that no one is prosecuted by the Islamic Republic merely for dual citizenship.
Iran raps UK for travel warning: No Iranian prosecuted for dual citizenship
The iconic cactus plant is veering into trouble said researchers.
Prickly cactus species 'under threat'
Mayors, governors, entrepreneurs, CEOs, investors and celebrities delivered a double-edged message on Friday at the close of a climate summit in San Francisco: Global warming is making the planet unlivable — but we know how to fix it.
Optimism trumps despair at climate summit
Most people are trying their best to recycle plastic — but the many different ways in which recycling is collected by different councils across the UK has left people confused.
All the plastic you can and cannot recycle
In the Brazilian state of Para, every week, authorities receive alerts showing them which parts of the Amazon forest have been chopped down, with photos to back it up.
Eyes in the sky aim to protect Earth's rainforests, resources
A strange fossil that looks a bit like a giant leaf, or a fingerprint the size of a coffee table, has intrigued scientists for decades.
'Fat' traces confirm weird fossils were earliest animals
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said Friday a European Parliament vote to launch a sanctions procedure over rule-of-law concerns presented "no danger" to Hungary.
PM Orban: EU sanctions threat ‘no danger’ to Hungary

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