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EU Commission fines Qualcomm for second time over market abuse
Qualcomm (QCOM.O), the world’s no.1 chipmaker, was fined 242 million euros ($272 million) by the European Commission on Thursday for blocking a rival from the market about a decade ago, its second EU antitrust penalty.
Manchester bomber's brother appears in UK court charged with murder
A man accused of helping his suicide bomber brother plan a deadly 2017 arena attack in the northern city of Manchester appeared in a London court on Thursday.
Iranian athlete snatches gold medal in Paraclimbing Master
An Iranian climber was awarded a gold medal in the world competitions in France.
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.
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.
Former Pakistani PM Abbasi arrested: anti-graft agency
Pakistan’s anti-corruption agency arrested a former prime minister, Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, on Thursday, a spokesman for the agency, the National Accountability Board (NAB), said.
Iran to boost Internet speed: ICT Minister
Iran's Minister of Communications and Information Technology wrote in a tweet that Iran is to increase the speed of the Internet fourfold.
Iran slams West's uacceptable practice on human rights
Iran's Permanent Mission in the United Nations office and other International organizations in a letter criticized West's unacceptable practice as regard human rights.
US House votes to block Saudi arms sales, Trump to veto
The US House of Representatives has voted to pass resolutions that block the sale of precision-guided munitions (PGMs) to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates over their crimes against the people of Yemen, defying veto threats by President Donald Trump.
Iran pioneer in screening of children
Deputy minister of Iranian Ministry of Education in elementary education said Iran is among pioneers of screening of children.
Over 10 feared dead in suspected Japan animation studio arson
More than 10 people are feared dead and dozens injured or missing in a suspected case of arson at an animation studio in the Japanese city of Kyoto on Thursday, domestic media reported.
India's monsoon rains below average in past week, raising crop worries
India’s monsoon rains were 20% below average in the week ending on Wednesday, the weather office said, as summer showers turned patchy over the central, western and southern parts of the country, raising concerns over the progress of crop plantings.
UK's Johnson declines to comment on plan to facilitate a no-deal Brexit
Boris Johnson, favorite to be the next British prime minister, on Wednesday refused to say whether he would seek to shut Parliament to facilitate a no-deal Brexit but agreed such a plan could be convenient for him.
Iran will never start war, but will defend its soil against aggression: Zarif
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says Iran “will never start a war,” but “will defend its territory” against any act of aggression.
Business cooperation between Iran, Iraq to expand
The head of Alborz Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mining and Agriculture announced the willingness of economic activists in the two provinces of Alborz and Iraq's Basra to expand trade and economic cooperation.

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