British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday set out his government's priorities at a parliamentary ceremony attended by the queen who identified Brexit as government’s top agenda at the end of October.
Brexit is UK govt.’s Oct. 31 ‘priority’: Queen
India is pressing ahead with talks to join a China-led free trade pact, officials said on Thursday, despite the fears of some domestic producers that the country would be flooded with cheaper Chinese imports.
India pursues China-led trade deal despite domestic opposition
The global money transaction watchdog, Financial Action Task Force (FATF), said in a statement on Friday it had given Iran a final deadline of February 2020 to tighten its rules against money laundering in compliance with the regulating body’s fiscal standards.
FATF extends suspension of anti-Iran measures until February
Bulgaria coach Krasimir Balakov apologized to the England team after fans taunted their black players during a Euro 2020 qualifier in Sofia on Monday.
Bulgaria coach Balakov apologizes to England over racist chants
South Korea on Tuesday unveiled an ambitious plan to boost electric and hydrogen cars to 33 percent of the total here by 2030 as the country is pushing to foster future vehicles.
South Korea to boost electric, hydrogen cars
Tehran would welcome cooperation with the European Union’s incoming foreign policy chief on the basis of mutual respect, the Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesperson said, hoping that Josep Borrell could meet serious challenges such as US unilateralism.
Iran ‘open to cooperation’ with new EU foreign policy chief
Fears are growing that thousands of Daesh terrorists may escape from Syrian jails, as Kurdish prison guards are reportedly leaving their posts to gear up for fighting back the Turkish military that has started an operation against Kurds in northern Syria.
Thousands of terrorists may escape from jail as Turkey attacks northern Syria
While East Azarbaijan's exports to Syria stood at 12 million dollars last year, the figure amounted to 13 million dollars in the first half of the Iranian calendar year, registering a twofold increase.
East Azarbaijan's exports to Syria doubles

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