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Saudi’s oil shipment change raising concern about crude supply
Saudi state oil firm Aramco told Japanese refiner JXTG Nippon Oil & Energy about a possible change in shipment, raising concern about the kingdom’s ability to supply crude oil after attacks on its refineries, the Nikkei Asian Review reported.
Iran’s military parades mark Sacred Defense Week
Iranian Armed Forces have held military parades across the country, including in the Persian Gulf, at the start of the Sacred Defense Week, which marks the anniversary of the 1980-88 Iraq-imposed war.
US can’t explain why missile system failed Saudi Arabia: Zarif
Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has described the latest US move to send troops and military equipment to Saudi Arabia as "posturing," adding that it was difficult for Washington to explain why its missile systems were unable to intercept Yemeni weapons used in last week's attacks on Saudi oil facilities.
Int’l expo on rubber, plastics industries underway in Tehran
More than 600 companies are showcasing their latest products and achievements at the 13th International Exhibition of Plastics, Rubber, Machinery and Equipment (IranPlast 2019) in Tehran.
Official: Iraq increases imports from Iran by 13%
Iran exported $3.9 billion worth of goods and services to neighboring Iraq in the first five months of the current Iranian year which started on March 21.
China’s first Belt and Road Initiative digital art exhibition kicks off in Beijing
The 2019 China International Digital Art Exhibition kicked off in Beijing’s Daxing district on Sunday.
Iran sovereign fund loans unaffected by new sanctions: Official
A member of the board of trustees at the National Development Fund of Iran (NDFI) said the company will continue to operate normally despite sanctions by the United States.
Petrochemicals top Iran's foreign currency earners: Minister
Petrochemicals have become Iran's biggest driver of foreign currency income from exports ever since US sanctions limited the OPEC member's crude sales, Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh said on Sunday.
Vettel ends long wait for victory with Singapore triumph
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel ended his year-long drought without a win at the Singapore Grand Prix on Sunday, mastering a hazy circuit to claim a record fifth triumph in the city-state.
Awful Barcelona has problems even Messi can't solve
On Saturday night, Barcelona had Lionel Messi back within its ranks for the first time in La Liga this season. But it made little difference. This Barca side has problems that that even the captain can't resolve.
Iran has 'assured' women can attend qualifier: Infantino
FIFA has been “assured” by Iranian authorities that women will be able to attend the October World Cup qualifier in Tehran, Gianni Infantino, president of the body said on Sunday.
Pelosi: Trump turning ‘blind eye’ to Saudi violence in Yemen
US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi released a statement Saturday chastising President Donald Trump’s decision to deploy troops to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, saying Trump is turning a “blind eye to Saudi Arabia’s continued violence.”
Iran’s ‘Slow Death’ to head to Bulgaria
Iran’s short, ‘Slow Death,’ is slated to take part at the 15th Early Bird International Film Festival in Bulgaria.
Palestinian official: Israel’s threatened blackout a collective punishment
A Palestinian official condemned Israel’s move to reduce power supply to Palestinian areas of the occupied West Bank.

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