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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.
Police arrest Westminster crash attacker on terrorism suspicions
Investigators have revealed details about the man behind Tuesday's car crash that targeted the British Parliament, saying he in being questioned on suspicion of terrorism.
22 children die in boat sinking on Nile River in Sudan
A boat carrying more than 40 pupils has sunk while crossing the Nile River in Sudan, leaving at least 22 primary school children dead.
Big EU firms not ready to oppose US bans on Iran: Russian envoy
Major European companies are not ready to oppose US President Donald Trump's sanctions against Iran, says Russia's envoy to the European Union, arguing that the bloc's recent move to protect firms against Washington's punitive measures would only benefit smaller companies.
Rouhani: 30% of Caspian Sea issues solved
Zarif: Iran has never relinquished territorial rights to Caspian Sea
Indian ambassador: Iran will undoubtedly ‘come out of this difficult situation’
India’s 72nd Independence Day celebrated in Tehran
By Farzam Vanaki
United lacks quality to challenge for title, club legend Scholes says
Manchester United’s lack of new signings combined with the uncertainty surrounding the team’s strategies and form gives the club a very small chance of challenging for the Premier League title, former midfielder Paul Scholes said.
De Bruyne: CL glory not pivotal to being judged success
Manchester City doesn’t need to win the Champions League to be judged a success, claimed Belgian star Kevin de Bruyne in an interview with the BBC.
Iran sympathizes with Italy over deadly bridge collapse
Anger grows as bridge toll rises to 39

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