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China blames US for inciting violence in Hong Kong
China has blamed US officials for inciting the violent protests that have hit Hong Kong, asking them to remove their “black hands” from the semi-autonomous Chinese region.
Iran raps Nigeria’s fatal crackdown on pro-Zakzaky rally, urges cleric's release
Iran has condemned Nigeria’s deadly crackdown on supporters of senior Muslim figure Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky, who has been jailed for over four years, renewing the call for the cleric’s release and his “immediate” access to medical services.
Russia counters US proposal for Mideast maritime coalition
Russia expresses unease and confusion over a proposal made by the United States for the establishment of a so-called maritime security coalition to patrol the Middle East region’s waterways.
South Aluminum Company to come on stream by mid-March
South Aluminum Company of Fars Province will meet 40 percent of Iran’s aluminum ingot needs as the company is to be launched by mid-March 2020.
Minister: Iran no longer bans cryptocurrencies
Iran’s finance minister 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.
India rejects Trump’s claim of request for mediation with Pakistan
India says it has not asked US President Donald Trump to mediate between New Delhi and Islamabad, rejecting an opposite claim by the American president.
Navy chief: Iran observes all US ships in Persian Gulf region
Iran observes all US ships in the Persian Gulf region and has an archive of images of their daily movements, the head of Iran’s Navy, Rear Admiral Hossein Khanzadi, said on Tuesday, according to the Young Journalists Club (YJC) website.
Zarif, Morales discuss ties, international issues
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and Bolivian President Evo Morales discussed bilateral ties and international issues in a meeting in the South American country on Tuesday.
First autograph manuscript written on the Moon fetches $225,000
On the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing, Sotheby’s auction dedicated to Space Exploration totaled $5.5 million in New York, surpassing its high estimate by $1 million and with an exceptional 93 percent of all lots sold. The sale featured a wide variety of material from the Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo missions, including direct consignments from astronauts, an impressive collection of flown mission artifacts and hardware, the finest single-owner collection of flown Robbins medallions, early contractor’s models, spacesuits, maps, charts and more.
Rouhani hails steps taken in expansion of Tehran-Baghdad ties
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani hailed implementation of “effective steps” in expansion of the relations between Iran and Iraq over the recent years, noting that, “This trend will surely continue.”
Abyar’s blockbuster releases English poster
The official international poster for the Iranian film, ‘When the Moon Was Full’ (Night of the Full Moon), directed by Narges Abyar, has been released.
Tabriz to be introduced at Eurasian urban growth forum
Iran’s northwestern city of Tabriz will host International Policy Forum on Urban Growth Conservation in Eurasia Corridor on August 29-30, with an approach to protecting historical sites.
Remaining JCPOA signatories to meet in Vienna on Sunday
Araqchi in Paris to pass on Rouhani’s message to Macron
Iran slams Nigeria’s deadly crackdown on Zakzaky’s supporters
Iran’s Foreign Ministry condemned Nigeria’s deadly crackdown on supporters of prominent Shia cleric Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky, who has been jailed for over four years.

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