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Turkey unfazed by US sanctions threats over S-400 deal: Cavusoglu
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu says Ankara does not fear US sanctions over its decision to acquire advanced S-400 missile defense systems, adding that his country is discussing a delivery date with Russia.
Trump calls on countries to protect own ships in Strait of Hormuz
US President Donald Trump has said that other countries, including China and Japan, should protect their own oil tankers in the Middle East, suggesting that the American military may withdraw from securing the Strait of Hormuz for international commerce.
Trump says appointing Sessions as US attorney general was 'biggest mistake'
US President Donald Trump says naming former Senator Jeff Sessions as his first US attorney general was the 'biggest mistake' of his presidency.
Palestinian protesters reject US-sponsored Bahrain meeting
Thousands of Palestinians have staged rallies in both the occupied West Bank and the besieged Gaza Strip to express their resentment at a forthcoming US-led conference in Bahrain, which would seek to advance President Donald Trump’s controversial proposal for “peace” between the Israeli regime and Palestinians, dubbed “the deal of the century.”
UN urges Sudan to halt ‘repression’ against protesters
UN human rights chief Michelle Bachelet has called on Sudanese military rulers to end “repression” against pro-democracy protesters and restore the country’s severed Internet services.
Iran blames bitcoin mining for surge in electricity consumption
Iran has blamed a surge in activities related to mining of digital currencies like bitcoin for up to seven percent increase in the country’s monthly electricity consumption.
Anti-Iran coalition doomed to failure: Foreign Ministry
Iran has dismissed attempts by the United States to form a coalition against the Islamic Republic, saying such measures are destined to fail.
Saudi soldier shoots dead three comrades, turns himself in: Report
A Saudi soldier has reportedly opened fire on his comrades at a military base in the kingdom’s southwestern border region of Jizan, killing three of them before turning himself in to authorities.
Indian tea exports to Iran jump 150%
While uncertainties are looming large over India-Iran trade due to US economic sanctions, tea exports to the Middle-Eastern country have jumped 150 percent.
Iran’s annual handwoven carpet exports generated $238m in one year
Iran’s handwoven carpet exports fetched the country $238 million in the year ending March 2019.
Iran’s five-month crude steel production tops 10m tons: WSA
Iranian steelmakers cast 10.623 million tons of crude steel during the first five months of 2019, marking 5.5 percent of increase compared to corresponding figure of 2018, which was 10.07 million tons.
Persian names lost in translation of 18th century Calcutta paintings
Natural history and conservation experts pointed out that the English names of the birds and flora in the two 18th century Calcutta paintings that were auctioned in Sweden on June 12 might not have been the best translation of their accurate Persian description.
Seven Iranian cartoons line up for Seoul festival
Seven Iranian animations will participate in different sections of the 23rd Seoul International Cartoon and Animation Festival (SICAF).
Czechs demand PM Babis quit in biggest protest since communist era
An estimated quarter of a million Czechs rallied in Prague on Sunday to demand the resignation of Prime Minister Andrej Babis, in the biggest show of public discontent since the 1989 Velvet Revolution which overthrew Communism.

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