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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn steps up campaign to become caretaker PM
The leader of the opposition, Jeremy Corbyn, has stepped up his plans to become Caretaker Prime Minister. Talking to ITV on 17th August, Corbyn said that as Labour is “by far” the biggest opposition group, it should be invited to form a government if a “no-confidence” motion in Boris Johnson’s Tory government succeeds.
Russia: No plans to deploy new missiles unless US does so
Russia says it has no plans to deploy new missiles as long as the United States shows similar restraint in Europe and Asia, after Washington killed a landmark Cold War-era arms control treaty.
Is there a joint UK-US conspiracy to seize the Adrian Daria?
The decision by the United States Justice Department to issue a warrant for the seizure of the Iranian oil tanker, Adrian Daria, (formerly Grace 1), has created fresh uncertainty about the fate of the vessel.
UK Defence Secretary announced end to investigations of army abuses in Northern Ireland
Last week marked the 50th anniversary of the beginning of the “troubles” in Northern Ireland.
Palestinian resistance groups warn Israel after strikes
Hamas and Islamic Jihad, two Palestinian resistance movements based in the Israeli-blockaded Gaza Strip, have issued stern warnings to Israel following Israeli strikes that killed three Gazans.
Amnesty calls on Bahraini regime to allow ailing ex-MP to travel
Amnesty International has called on Bahraini authorities to lift a travel ban on a former lawmaker as the ruling Al Khalifah regime presses ahead with its clampdown on political dissidents and pro-democracy activists in the Persian Gulf kingdom.
Iranian MP rejects reports that Chabahar port will be leased by Russia
A member of the Iranian Parliament rejected reports suggesting that Russia is taking over in Chabahar, a strategic port in southeast Iran, to replace India after it reportedly withdrew from development plans for the region.
Iran exports 630,000 tons of goods to Iraq via Mehran border
Some 630,000 tons of goods were exported to neighboring Iraq through Mehran border in western Iran during March 21-July 22, 2019, said the director general of Ilam Customs Office on Sunday.
Minister: Iran aims to help boost Iraq’s defense power
Iran’s Defense Minister Brigadier General Amir Hatami described efforts to strengthen Iraq’s military capabilities as a main policy of the Islamic Republic.
Pedro Costa’s ‘Vitalina Varela’ triumphs at Locarno Film Festival
The 72nd Locarno Film Festival drew to a close with Portuguese auteur Pedro Costa’s dark and detached film, ‘Vitalina Varela,’ coming away with several awards together with superlatives from segments of the hardcore cinephile crowd, including jury president Catherine Breillat.
LUCAS film festival to feature Iran’s ‘Walnut’
Iranian film ‘Walnut,’ directed by Mohammad-Reza Haji-Gholami, was set to compete at the LUCAS International Festival for Young Film Lovers in Germany.
Iran names ‘Finding Farideh’ for 2019 Academy Awards consideration
Iranian documentary ‘Finding Farideh,’ co-directed by Azadeh Mousavi and Kourosh Ataei, was selected as Iran’s submission for best foreign language film in the upcoming 92nd Academy Awards.
Afghan minister invites Iran’s investors for collaboration in power generation
Afghan Minister of Water and Energy Mohammad Gul Khulmi invited Iranian private investors involved in the power industry to help boost electricity generation in Afghanistan.
MP: Iran’s gov’t must submit bill on changing budget structure
The spokesman for the Iranian Parliament’s presiding board said the country’s government has been obliged to submit a bill by late September that would change the structure of the national budget.

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