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Russia denies having ground troops fighting for liberation of Syria’s Idlib
Russia has strongly dismissed allegations by militant groups that Russian special forces or ground troops are fighting for the liberation of Idlib province in northwest Syria.
Nigeria has no intention to release top cleric, says commentator
Political commentator Seyed Abdullah Hoseini says the circumstances surrounding the detention of Sheikh Zakzaky indicate Nigerian authorities have no intention to release the Muslim cleric.
Russia says interested in joining Iran-EU trade mechanism
Russia has officially declared that it wants to have a role in the Instrument in Support of Trade Exchanges (Instex), a special mechanism launched since earlier this year to facilitate trade between Iran and the European Union at the time of increased US economic pressure on Tehran.
Hundreds protest in New York over white officer’s acquittal of Eric Garner’s death
Several hundred people took to the streets of New York on Wednesday to protest the US Department of Justice’s decision not to bring charges against a New York City policeman in the chokehold death of an unarmed black man in 2014.
Dozen killed in Taliban attack on Afghan police HQ in Kandahar
At least a dozen people have been killed and about 90 others wounded when Taliban militants attacked police headquarters in the southern city of Kandahar.
Enemy miscalculation to turn Iran's defensive strategy into offensive: IRGC
The chief commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) has warned enemies against the possibility of a turn in the country’s military strategy from the current defensive strategy toward an offensive one.
Arab League demands investigation into Palestinian inmate’s death in Israeli jail
The Arab League has demanded an international investigation into the death of a Palestinian prisoner in solitary confinement at a detention facility in the Israeli-occupied territories, stressing the incident attests to the excessive level of psychological and physical abuse of Palestinian inmates.
Why Does Richard Ratcliffe refuse to meet his daughter in Iran?
Richard Ratcliffe has forged a media career by painting himself as the embattled husband of an “oppressed woman” and an “innocent mother”.
US, allies flex muscles against China with Pacific drill
The United States and its allies have launched a major military exercise off the coasts pf Australia in the Pacific region, in a move that seems to be part of America’s policy shift towards confronting China’s growing influence in the region.
Bahrain to host US-led confab against Iran amid tensions
The Bahraini regime plans to host an international conference led by the US with a focus on what the tiny kingdom and its allies call “Iranian threats” to the security of navigation in the Persian Gulf, months after Washington hosted a similar belligerent forum against the Islamic Republic in Warsaw, Poland.
Lebanon to end crackdown on unlicensed Palestinian workers: Parliament speaker
Lebanese Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri says the Arab country will reverse recent measures against businesses hiring foreign workers without permits.
Russia says continues cooperation with Iran at Bushehr power plant despite US bans
Russia has affirmed its resolve to keep up cooperation with Iran at the Bushehr nuclear power plant, defying illegal US sanctions against the Islamic Republic.
Instagram hides 'likes' to 'ease pressure on users
Instagram started hiding "likes" on its platform in Australia, Brazil and several other major markets Thursday, saying it wanted to ease pressure on users, following criticism about its impacts on mental health.
Macron, Putin say Iran deal vital to security, pledge to step up efforts to save JCPOA
France and Russia’s presidents, Emmanuel Macron and Vladimir Putin, have underlined the pivotal role of the 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and world powers in ensuring regional security.
Iran to cut US access to domestic android applications: Minister
Iran’s minister of telecommunications says that the country is planning to equip mobile devices in the country with a special operating system that would prevent the United States government from banning Iran-made mobile applications.

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