Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif denied a report that the national security adviser of the United Arab Emirates had recently paid a secret visit to Tehran.
Zarif denies report of Emirati official’s visit to Iran
Iran's Intelligence Minister Mahmoud Alavi said on Monday that security forces have foiled two bombing plots planned to target Iranian pilgrims in the southwestern province of Khuzestan in the past few days, according to IRNA.
Minister: Bombing plots against Arbaeen pilgrims foiled
How fast people walk in their 40s is a sign of how much their brains, as well as their bodies, are aging, scientists suggested.
Slow walking at 45 'a sign of faster aging'
High-ranking Iranian and Chinese officials in a meeting in Tehran reviewed avenues to further broaden relations between the two countries in customs and trade fields.
Tehran, Beijing discuss expansion of customs, trade ties
Agents of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) have captured and returned to the country an exiled journalist who was known for publishing anti-government content on social media and inciting unrest, Iranian state television reported on Monday.
IRGC captures head of anti-revolution media platform
Iranian scientists produced special glass with nanocoating with application in airplanes.
Iranian researchers use nanotechnology to build aircraft glass
A European auto industry association on Saturday preached increased investment in much-needed hydrogen infrastructure as South Korea's Hyundai Motor Group makes an aggressive hydrogen push.
European auto industry calls for investments in hydrogen infrastructure amid Hyundai's hydrogen push
For America’s working poor, an often essential ingredient for getting and keeping a job — having a car — has rarely been more costly, and millions of people are finding it impossible to keep up with payments despite prolonged economic growth and low unemployment.
Rising old used car prices help push poor Americans over the edge

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