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China state agency successfully launches rocket for commercial use: CCTV
A Chinese government space agency successfully launched on Saturday its first rocket meant for commercial use, state television CCTV reported, as firms in the country compete to join a commercial satellite boom.
Yemeni drone attack on Saudi oil field biggest ever against kingdom: Houthi
The leader of Yemen’s Houthi Ansarullah movement has lauded a drone attack by Yemeni army forces and fighters from allied Popular Committees against the Shaybah oil field in eastern Saudi Arabia, saying the assault was the biggest of its kind in retaliation for the Riyadh regime's deadly military campaign against its southern neighbor.
Johnson proves to be more astute than May as he avoids second US trap
A ruling by the Gibraltar Supreme Court to free the Panamanian-flagged supertanker Grace 1 (now named Adrian Daria) has been widely interpreted as a victory for Iranian diplomacy.
A timeline of Grace 1's seizure and detention
Britain’s seizure of a supertanker carrying Iranian crude oil has proven to be a legal, diplomatic and political defeat for London. This is evident in Britain’s retreat following the Gibraltar “Supreme Court’s” decision to order the release of the tanker.
US uses arms sales to Taiwan to pressure China: Analyst
Political commentator Andrew K.P Leung believes that the US is using its arms sales to Taiwan as leverage to pressure China and also as a bargaining chip in its trade talks with Beijing.
'US has no standing to initiate EU law enforcement,' international lawyer says
International lawyer and political commentator Barry Grossman says the United States has “no standing to initiate EU law enforcement,” in response to the US Department of Justice issuing a warrant for the seizure of the Iranian Grace 1 supertanker.
Nigerian government transfers Zakzaky to unknown location: IMN
The Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) says Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky has been transferred to an unknown location upon return from India where he sought medical treatment, only to face an "obstruction" in the procedure.
India announces easing of brutal curfew over Kashmir
Officials in the disputed Indian-controlled Kashmir region have started restoring landline phone lines since imposing a brutal curfew and news blackout on the majority-Muslim territory in early August.
US-Turkey buffer zone in Syria violates intl. law: Activist
Activist and Political Commentator Mimi al-Laham says the move by the US and Turkey to establish a buffer zone in Syria is in breach of international law.
Yemen attacks Saudi oil field at Shaybah with 10 drones: TV
Yemeni forces have conducted attacks on an oil field affiliated to Saudi Aramco in the east of the kingdom in retaliation for Riyadh’s war on their country, al-Masirah TV reports.
Israel should not take US money for banning Congresswomen: Sanders
US Senator and Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has suggested that Israel should decline US foreign aid for denying the entry of two Muslim Congresswomen Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib.
Bulgarian festival to screen two Iranian films
Two Iranian films, ‘Yeva’ and ‘Dayan,’ were accepted to be screened at the 27th International Film Festival, ‘Love Is Folly,’ which will take place in Varna, Bulgaria, from August 23 to September 1.
Study proves Neanderthals’ existence near Iran’s Zagros Mountains
The results of international studies, published this week in the Journal of Human Evolution, proved that Neanderthals were roaming at the Iranian Zagros Mountains during the Middle Paleolithic Era.

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