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Iran border guards seize 500kg of opium
Iranian border guards in the southeastern province of Sistan-Baluchestan managed to smash a major drug ring, capturing 500 kilograms of opium, commander of the provincial border police announced on Sunday.
‘Red card changed everything’, Sarri says after first Juve defeat
Maurizio Sarri was not too concerned after Juventus suffered its first defeat of the season, 3-1 against Lazio, saying “The red card changed everything.”
WADA Athletes Committee call for Russian blanket Olympic ban
Members of the World Anti-Doping Agency's Athletes Committee demanded a blanket ban on Russian athletes competing at the Olympics.
Beaten Ruiz wants Joshua rematch but others ahead in line
A beaten Andy Ruiz Jr. called for a rematch after Anthony Joshua won back an array of world heavyweight titles in Saudi Arabia on Sunday, but the Mexican-American cannot expect to be at the front of the queue.
Keane, Neville hail 'proper' Man United performance
Former Manchester United skipper Roy Keane said the club’s 2-1 win over defending Premier League champion Manchester City on Saturday will give the players much-needed confidence to shed the inconsistency that has dogged them all season.
‘Kiarostami and His Missing Cane’ to represent Iran at IntimaLente festival in Italy
Iranian documentary ‘Kiarostami and His Missing Cane,’ about the world-renowned filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami, was accepted in the screening program of the ninth IntimaLente Film Festival in Italy, slated for December 20.
French gov’t says determined on pension reform as strikes continue
The French government said it would see through planned pension reforms but said the new system that has sparked nationwide strikes would be introduced gradually and public concerns would be addressed.
US ‘cruel’ sanctions on Iran affecting rare disease patients: Official
The head of Iran’s Organ Transplant Management Center said the “cruel” sanctions imposed by the US against the Islamic Republic have negatively affected patients with rare diseases.
North Korea conducts ‘very important test’ at once-dismantled site
North Korea said Sunday that it carried out a “very important test” at its long-range rocket launch site that it reportedly rebuilt after having partially dismantled it at the start of denuclearization talks with the United States last year.
Minister: France ready to take Trump's tariff threat to WTO
France is ready to go to the World Trade Organization to challenge US President Donald Trump’s threat to put tariffs on French goods in a row over a planned French tax on Internet companies, the finance minister said on Sunday.
Hong Kong sees biggest protests since November elections
Crowds of black-clad demonstrators thronged Hong Kong on Sunday in fresh anti-government protests since local elections last month.
Genomic features of AML in patients over age 60  can predict success of stem cell transplant
For older patients with acute myeloid leukemia (AML), the prospects for success of a stem cell transplant can often be predicted based on the particular set of genetic mutations within the tumor cells, investigators at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and other research centers will report today at the 61st American Society of Hematology (ASH) Annual Meeting.
American Samoa declares measles outbreak, closes schools
The government of American Samoa declared that the US territory has an outbreak of measles, a move that will lead to the closure of public schools starting on Monday and a ban on gatherings in parks.
A ‘blue zones’ diet could increase life expectancy
Long life expectancy is found in certain parts of the world, according to the National Geographic Fellow and New York Times bestselling author, and a big part of these people’s secret is the food they eat.

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