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Pakistan appreciates Iran for celebrating Independence Day
Pakistan foreign ministry spokesperson welcomed the Iranian gesture of putting up greeting billboards on major roads in its cities and running greeting messages on advertising screens on the occasion of Pakistan’s 71st Independence Day on August 14, local media reported.
Japan ships fewer cars to US as export growth slows
Japan’s export growth slowed more than expected in July as shipments to the United States fell for a second straight month, with the automotive sector down sharply and global trade disputes casting doubts over foreign demand.
Oil rises as China, US set for trade talks, but markets weary of slowing demand
Oil prices on Thursday recouped some of the previous day’s losses after Beijing said it would send a delegation to Washington to try to resolve trade disputes between the United States and China that have roiled global markets.
Japan central bank may tolerate yield rises to around 0.4 percent
The Bank of Japan may allow long-term interest rates to creep up to around 0.4 percent under new guidance introduced last month, which lays the groundwork for “stealth” rate hikes, the central bank’s former executive Hideo Hayakawa said on Thursday.
Donald Trump blacklists ex-CIA chief Brennan, threatens same for other critics
Donald Trump revoked the security clearance of former Central Intelligence Agency director John Brennan
5 reasons to eat more eggs, boost your fitness and weight loss efforts
Eggs are a great weight loss food as well as rich in nutrients that help you stay fit and power your exercise routine. Here are 5 benefits that you need to know about.
Kerala floods: Kochi Metro, rail services hit; death toll crosses 80
Seven people were killed in a massive landslide in Palakkad this morning, taking the death toll in Kerala’s worst natural to 87
FM: 20 pc of Caspian Sea resources should belong to Iran
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says Iran believes that it should own 20 percent of the Caspian Sea resources and the issue of an 11-percent share originates from an illusory line related to the former regime of Iran.
Britain’s RAF scrambles jets intercept Russian bombers over Black Sea
British air force fighter jets stationed as part of a NATO mission in Romania have been scrambled to intercept Russian bombers flying over the Black Sea in Eastern Europe.
Fate of thousands of Izadis captured by Daesh still unknown: Official
An official at the Endowments and Religious Affairs Ministry of the semi-autonomous Kurdistan Regional Government says more than 3,000 members of Izadi minority remain unaccounted for ever since Takfiri Daesh militants overran their hometowns in northern Iraq back in 2014.
Evacuations as 'historic' floods hit northeastern US
New Jersey declared a partial state of emergency on Tuesday as forecasts for further heavy rainfall posed new danger in parts of that US state, as well as New York and Pennsylvania, where rescuers hauled people from waterways, flooded cars and homes.
UK nerve agent poisoning cases reminder of Iraqi WMDs tale, Russia says
Russia has criticized the US and the UK for imposing sanctions on Moscow over its alleged involvement in two separate poisoning cases by a nerve agent in Britain, saying Washington and London have failed to learn a lesson from their mistake when they used fake information about Iraq’s weapons program to justify an attack against the Arab country.
Germany, Qatar vow support for Turkey amid US pressure
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani have expressed support for Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan amid escalated tensions between Ankara and Washington.
Saudi warships strike northwestern Yemeni village, six civilians dead
At least six civilians have lost their lives when Saudi military vessels deployed in the Red Sea launched a barrage of missiles at a residential area in Yemen’s northwestern province of Hajjah as the Riyadh regime continues with its atrocious military campaign against its crisis-hit southern neighbor.
48 killed in bomb explosion in Shia neighborhood of Afghan capital
Nearly 50 people have been killed in a bomb attack in front of an educational center in a mainly Shia Muslim area of western Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan.

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