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Qatar eyeing Iran’s telecommunication cooperation in 2022 FIFA World Cup
Qatari Minister of Transport and Communications Jassim Saif Ahmed Al Sulaiti voiced his country's eagerness for cooperation with Iranian telecommunication companies in the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
Speaker: Armenia cannot halt purchase of Iranian gas
Armenian Parliament Speaker Ararat Mirzoyan blasted the US sanctions on Iran and pressures on other states to stop cooperation with the country, saying that his country cannot halt buying gas from Tehran.
Azerbaijani minister: ICT ties with Iran developing
Relations between Azerbaijan and Iran in the field of Information and Communication Technology (ICT), as well as other sectors of the economy are greatly developing, said the Azerbaijani Minister of Transport, Communications and High Technologies Ramin Guluzade while speaking at a press conference held during the 25th International Exhibition of Electronics, Computers and e-Commerce (Elecomp 2019) held in Tehran, Trend News Agency reported.
Iran fuel stocks at optimal level despite US sanctions: Official
A senior official from Iran’s Ministry of Oil says the country is currently holding abundant stocks of fuel despite US sanction that have affected the oil industry.
Japan takes US-like economic measures against South Korea over historic row
Japan has summoned the South Korean ambassador over a wartime dispute, which is now escalating into a trade row as Tokyo started taking economic measures similar to that of the United States against China.
Merkel decries Trump rant against minority congresswomen
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has decried US President Donald Trump’s racist tweets against four minority congresswomen, saying his remarks “go against what makes America great.”
Crew member on DC Universe show killed in stunt
A crew member from the DC Universe TV series, ‘Titans,’ died after a car stunt rehearsal went wrong, according to reports.
Exhibition showing how Chinese migrants built US transcontinental railroad
When one thinks of the transcontinental railroad, rarely do Chinese migrants come to mind.
Charles Dickens museum buys lost portrait 133 years after it went missing
A portrait of Charles Dickens that was lost for more than 130 years is “coming home” after a successful fundraising campaign.
China calls on US to ‘correct’ Iran approach
China urged the United States on Friday to “correct” its “wrong approach” of imposing “unilateral sanctions” after the US introduced new bans against the Islamic Republic about its nuclear program.
Eriksen trains alone on Spurs preseason tour
Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Christian Eriksen trained on his own on Friday ahead of a preseason match against Juventus in Singapore, adding to speculation the Real Madrid and Barcelona target could leave the London club.
Pacquiao battling age, hungry Thurman in title showdown
Twenty-four years after first climbing into a professional boxing ring, Manny Pacquiao will attempt to defy the march of time on Saturday when he battles undefeated American Keith Thurman for the WBA welterweight crown.
Iran, Pakistan agree to further strengthen border cooperation
Iran and Pakistan agreed to further strengthen border cooperation and reaffirmed their commitment to expedite opening of new border crossings.

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