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US to hold first ever war games with Southeast Asian allies, irking China
The US military is to hold war games for the first with 10 Southeast Asian allies next month, with officials saying the naval drills are aimed at thwarting "wrongdoing" amid persisting rivalry with China for influence in the region.
Protesters, riot police clash amid renewed tensions in Hong Kong
Tensions have once again escalated in Hong Kong as police and protesters clashed in an industrial district of the Chinese-ruled city after several days of an uneasy peace.
US seeks to block investment deal between China, Ukrainian aerospace company
US National Security advisor John Bolton is reportedly seeking to block a China's investment in a Ukrainian aerospace company, in an apparent attempt at countering Beijing’s growing military capabilities.
Soyuz rocket carrying humanoid robot fails to dock with ISS
The Soyuz MS-14 spacecraft carrying the Russian humanoid robot 'Skybot F-850' has failed to dock with the International Space Station (ISS).
Iranian firm to develop South Pars oil layer
The National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) is set to grant the development project of the South Pars oil layer, in the Persian Gulf, to a domestic company, a senior official said.
NIOC to offer heavy crude at IRENEX
The National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) is planning to offer two million barrels of heavy crude oil in Iran Energy Exchange (IRENEX) on Tuesday for the second consecutive week.
Rouhani: Iran eager to broaden ties with Ukraine
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani offered his congratulations to Ukraine on its Independence Day, hoping for the expansion of ties between Tehran and Kiev.
Iran deplores US missile test after INF Treaty exit
Iran’s Foreign Ministry voiced its concerns about the US move to test a medium-range cruise missile weeks after Washington withdrew from the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty with Russia.
Islamabad eyeing further energy cooperation with Tehran
The Pakistani Federal Minister for Power, Omar Ayub Khan, in a meeting with Iranian Ambassador to Islamabad, Mehdi Honardoust, voiced his country’s determination to further increase energy cooperation with Tehran.
Iran to start laying tracks for rail link to Azerbaijan
Iranian Deputy Minister of Roads and Urban Development Saeed Rasouli announced that his country will soon start track-laying operations for 40 kilometers of Astara-Rasht railroad which will link Azerbaijan’s Southern city of Astara with Iran’s network.
Minister: Iran exported 2.3b kw of electricity since March
Iran has exported 2.3 billion kilowatts of electricity to its neighbors since March 2019, announced the country’s energy minister.
China warns US to stop 'wrong' trade actions or face consequences
China said on Saturday it strongly opposes Washington’s decision to levy additional tariffs on $550 billion worth of Chinese goods and warned the United States of consequences if it does not end its “wrong actions”.
EU's Tusk asks: Does UK's Johnson want to be 'Mr. No Deal'?
European Council President Donald Tusk said he would meet Britain’s new prime minister on the sidelines of a G7 summit in France today and was ready to hear ideas on how to avoid a no-deal Brexit.
Flights suspended at Libya airport after rocket fire
Flights were temporarily suspended Saturday at the Libyan capital's sole functioning airport after it was hit by a rocket as two civilian flights were landing, airport authorities said.

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