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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
Serena Williams knocked out at second round in Cincinnati
Former world number one Serena Williams said she is at the start of a "long comeback" after losing 6-3, 2-6, 6-3 to Czech Petra Kvitova in Cincinnati.
Iran renews support for intra-Yemeni talks
In a letter to UN:
Iran renewed its support for intra-Yemeni negotiations toward the resolution of the conflict there, saying the Saudi regime and its allies should stop their deadly attacks on the impoverished Arab state and give room to peace efforts.
US sanctions on Iran may affect Greek oil tankers
Greek ship owners are most likely to be affected by US sanctions on Iranian oil exports, reported Tasnim News Agency referring to the VesselsValue web portal.
South Korea's July crude oil imports from Iran top 788,000 tons
South Korea shipped in 788,651 tons of crude oil from Iran in July, or 186,478 barrels per day (bpd), customs office data showed on Wednesday.

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