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Finance minister says Iran no longer bans cryptocurrencies
Iran’s finance minister has said that the country is to fully legalize cryptocurrencies as the government moves to introduce regulations that would allow people to mine and trade digital currencies within certain limits.
Massive US heat wave blamed for at least 6 deaths
The United States sweltered in dangerously hot weather on Sunday, with major cities including New York, Philadelphia and Washington broiling in temperatures that rose into triple digits.
JCPOA Joint Commission meeting scheduled for July 28: Iran Foreign Ministry
Iran's Foreign Ministry spokesman says an urgent meeting of the Joint Commission on the implementation of the Iran nuclear deal will be held at the level of political deputies and directors in the Austrian capital city of Vienna in late July.
American pharmaceutical companies contributed to US opioid crisis: Data
American pharmaceutical companies contributed to the US opioid crisis by flooding the country with billions of prescription pain killers like OxyContin even as overdose deaths were accelerating, newly released government figures suggest.
Turkey threatens to launch offensive in Syria if no safe zone established
Turkey has threatened to launch an offensive in Syria if a US-planned safe zone is not established in the northern parts of the Arab country.
Iran’s exports value to eastern neighbors at over $5b
Deputy Foreign Minister for Economic Affairs Gholamreza Ansari put the country’s current export value to neighboring eastern countries at over $5 billion.
Islamic Movement in Nigeria rejects allegations of violence
The Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) has dismissed claims of violence raised against the movement, holding President Muhammadu Buhari responsible for the Zaria massacre.
Iran seeking massive expansion in mining industry: Official
Iran’s top man in the mining industry said the country is planning a significant increase in the exploration and production activities in the sector as the government seeks to reduce its dependence on oil incomes which have been affected by rounds of sanctions.
Abe says will try to reduce Iran-US tensions as Trump seeks coalition against Tehran
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has vowed to “make every effort” to reduce tensions between the United States and Iran as the US urged its allies to join a coalition in a purported mission of protecting maritime shipping lanes in the Middle East.
Two democrats vow to keep up efforts at ousting Trump
Two Democratic congressmen, who have invested considerably in efforts at subjecting President Donald Trump to an impeachment investigation, pledge to keep up the endeavor.
Militant rocket attack kills seven civilians in Syria’s Hama
At least seven civilians, including two children, have lost their lives in a rocket attack by foreign-sponsored Takfiri militants against a residential district in Syria’s west-central province of Hama.
Russia dismisses claims of striking Syrian city in Idlib province
Russia has strongly denied reports that its warplanes conducted deadly airstrikes that killed around two dozen people in a militant-held city in Syria’s northwestern province of Idlib.
Pioneering Native American author honored with peace prize
A Native American author whose writings have highlighted his indigenous culture is this year’s winner of a lifetime achievement award celebrating literature’s power to foster peace, social justice and global understanding.
AMP: MT Riah tanker detained by Iran was smuggling oil
Panama's maritime authority confirmed that a tanker operating under the country's flag and seized by Iran in the Persian Gulf last week for smuggling fuel, was indeed in violation of international laws.
‘Azar’ to add new color to Rainbow festival in London
Iranian film ‘Azar’, directed by Mohammad Hamzei and produced by Niki Karimi is slated to be screened at the 20th edition of the Rainbow Film Festival in London.

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