Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is in Washington for official talks at the White House on his first visit to the US, which observers say is mainly meant to consolidate his grip on power at home and push for an ambitious nuclear deal.
Bin Salman in US to push for atomic deal, pressure on Iran
The bodies of 39 Indian construction workers kidnapped in Iraq in 2014 by Daesh Takfiri terrorists have been found in a mass grave, India's foreign minister said Tuesday.
Bodies of 39 Indian workers kidnapped by Daesh found in Iraq
The United Nations has called on Ankara to end a state of emergency in place in the country since 2016, saying it has led to “massive and serious” rights violations in the southeastern Kurdish-majority areas.
UN calls on Turkey to end state of emergency, halt rights violations
Iran will present its tourism potentials and capabilities in an international fair that will be held in Turkey's capital, Ankara.
Iran's tourist attractions to be introduced in Ankara fair
Secretary General of European External Action Service Helga Schmid received on Tuesday a plaque of honor themed 'Gold in Honor of Decoration Grand' on her sincere diplomatic efforts and her prominent role in implementation of the JCPOA accord.
Helga Schmid honored for her diplomatic efforts
Activists have laid 5,000 flowers outside the US Capitol in Washington, DC, to remember the children killed and injured in Saudi Arabia’s brutal war against the people of Yemen and to protest the inaction of Congress and the administration of President Donald Trump to stop the deadly aggression.
Activists place 5,000 flowers for Yemeni children at US Capitol
A powerful tropical storm that lashed the island of Madagascar has left 20 people dead and affected 19,000 more, according to an official toll.
20 dead as powerful storm hits Madagascar
Mohammed Bin Salman claims on Iran are 'big lies', Iran's Foreign Ministry's spokesman said in reaction to the Saudi Crown Prince's accusations against Iran with regard to terrorism.
Iran: Saudi Crown Prince big liar
In his strongest warning yet to Taiwan, China’s President Xi Jinping says the self-ruled island will face the “punishment of history” for any attempt to split the mainland.
Xi: Taiwan to face ‘punishment of history’ over any separatist move
An Uber self-driving car has hit and killed a woman crossing the street in Arizona, marking the first time a self-driving car has killed a pedestrian and dealing a potential blow to technology which is expected to transform transportation.
Uber suspends self-driving tests after car kills woman in Arizona

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