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Iran: Total has officially withdrawn from South Pars
Iran’s Petroleum Minister Bijan Zanganeh says French energy giant Total has officially left the country, ending speculations over whether it would stay to finish a gas project following the return of US sanctions against the Islamic Republic.
Pakistan's FM urges need to establish good relations with other countries
Pakistan newly appointed Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi stressed the need to form friendly relations with the country's neighbors as well as other nations.
US officials sued over killer whales’ plummeting population crisis
Environmental campaigners are suing the US President Donald Trump’s administration for allegedly failing to protect the ocean habitat of a species of critically endangered killer whale.
Hotter weather turbocharges US west wildfires
The years with the most acres burned by wildfires have some of the hottest temperatures, an AP analysis of fire and weather data found.
Ethiopia opens plant to turn waste into energy
Ethiopia inaugurated a power plant which converts waste into energy, next to a filthy open-air dump in Addis Ababa where a landslide last year killed more than 110 people.
Leader: US policy is to stoke wars among Muslims
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says US policy is to stoke wars among Muslims, urging unity in his message to Hajj pilgrims who began marking the climax of the annual event Monday.
Drought reveals remains of German 'Atlantis' in lake
A sustained drought in Germany has revealed the ruins of a village abandoned when a large reservoir was created more than 100 years ago.
Iran: US Action Group a psychological war
Iran's Foreign Ministry spokesman described the US new anti-Iran measure titled Iran Action Group as a 'psychological and economic war' in line with Washington's longstanding hostility toward Tehran.
Birth rate debate in China out of control
A proposal to establish a fund to reward families for having two children, created by Nanjing University Professor Liu Zhibiao and published by Xinhua Daily on August 14, was an absurd idea amid an ongoing national conversation about how China can halt declining birth rates.
Poll: Japan firms welcome skilled foreign workers, frown at unskilled ones
Most Japanese companies support loosening the country’s tight immigration system to cope with a severe labor shortage, but they favor skilled workers who can fit into the workplace, not an influx of unskilled laborers, a Reuters poll showed.
South Koreans meet relatives in North after decades apart
Dozens of elderly and frail South Koreans met their Northern relatives on Monday for the first time since the peninsula and their families were divided by war nearly seven decades ago.
Beijing enjoys the bluest skies in a decade
Beijing residents have been breathing some of the cleanest air in a decade as they begin to reap the benefits of China’s anti-smog push.
South Koreans enter North to reunite with family members after seven decades
Dozens of South Koreans have entered the North to reunite with their family members for their first time in around seven decades since their separation due to the 1950s Korean War.
NASA's 'Chief Sniffer' explains how his nose helps astronauts
Chemical specialist George Aldrich spent over four decades with NASA sniffing anything and everything that could be launched into space with astronauts.

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