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Locarno Festival to honor Taviani Brothers
The 71st Locarno Festival will pay tribute to the Taviani Brothers, and honor the memory of Vittorio Taviani, who died last April. Paolo Taviani will be a guest of the festival and present a new print of the their film 'Good Morning Babiylon' (1987) in the outdoor cinema the Piazza Grande, recently restored by Italy's National Film Archive and Istituto Luce-Cinecitta.
Iran can turn into region's agricultural hub: Ex-minister
Iran can turn into a hub for exports of agricultural products in the region if it effectively battles water crisis and manages water shortage, said a former Iranian agriculture minister.
Drought crisis, one step away from cities
By Mohsen Tabatabaei Mozdabadi*
Norway supports EU efforts to safeguard Iran nuclear deal
The Norwegian Foreign Ministry says Oslo supports efforts by the European Union to safeguard the Iran nuclear deal, amid the bloc's promises that it will protect the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) following the US withdrawal from it.
Iran's two-month exports up
Iran exported 18.72 million tons of commodities worth $7.55 billion during March 21-May 21 compared to figure for the same period last year showing a growth of 4.6 percent and 19 percent in terms of weight and value, respectively.
UNGA elects Iran as Economic and Social Council member
The United Nations General Assembly elected 18 members of the Economic and Social Council to serve three-year terms beginning on January 1, 2019, the UN Information Center (UNIC) in Tehran said in a statement on Wednesday.
Swiss rail company signs MoU with Iran
Iran's state rail company signed a memorandum of understanding with Switzerland's rail tracks maintenance machines manufacturer Matisa for obsolescence management.
Italy says JCPOA should be protected
The Italian foreign minister stressed the importance of preserving the Iran nuclear deal, saying that the European Union's stance is to completely support it.
Iran's oil minister calls on OPEC to resist Trump's calls to alter output policies
Persian Gulf producers did not agree on need for output increase: Sources
Iran's Oil Minister Bijan Zanganeh called on the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) to resist calls from Washington to alter its output policies.
Record-breaker Ronaldo sends Renard's men out
Cristiano Ronaldo took just four minutes to score the goal that made him the top-scoring European in international football as Portugal beat Morocco 1-0 in Moscow to dump Herve Renard's men out of the World Cup.
Belgium’s Martinez not looking for perfection
Belgium need to improve on its performance in Monday's 3-0 win over Panama as its World Cup campaign progresses against Tunisia, according to head coach Roberto Martinez, but he said they "should not look for perfection".
Saudi-led coalition says Yemen's Hodeida airport seized
The Saudi-led coalition in Yemen has seized control of Hodeida airport and continues to attack pockets of Houthi resistance nearby, a coalition spokesman said on Wednesday.
Signs bad for Messi's last chance to emulate Maradona
Lionel Messi’s 31st birthday this weekend is an ominous reminder Russia may be his last World Cup and final chance to emulate fellow Argentine great Diego Maradona in lifting the ultimate prize.
OBOR Journalists' Forum kicks off in Beijing
The 'One-Belt One-Road (OBOR) Journalists' Forum' officially began on Wednesday morning local time in the Chinese capital city of Beijing.
Taliban kill 30 Afghan soldiers after cease-fire
Taliban militants killed 30 Afghan soldiers and captured a military base in the western province of Badghis on Wednesday, the provincial governor said, their first major attack since a cease-fire for the Eid al-Fitr holiday. The three-day Taliban cease-fire ended on Sunday.

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