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Iran sends naval group to Bab el-Mandeb Strait
Iran’s Navy has dispatched its 61st naval group, comprising a destroyer and a logistical vessel, on a mission to the Bab el-Mandeb Strait to ensure the security of shipping routes used by Iranian vessels.
Iran summons Kenyan ambassador over two detained nationals
Iran's Foreign Ministry summoned Kenya's ambassador to Tehran, expressing the Islamic Republic’s protest to Nairobi after the Kenyan Supreme Court overturned a decision to free two Iranian nationals jailed in the African country over terror charges.
Afghan president’s envoy praises Iran’s supportive stances
Afghanistan's peace envoy Mohammad Omar Daudzai lauded Iran’s stances towards his country, urging closer cooperation between Kabul and Tehran.
Iran: Western countries have forgotten their responsibility in fight against drugs
Iran says countries that are destination of smuggled drugs, especially the Western states, are not committed to the principle of joint responsibility in the fight against illicit drugs and have forgotten it.
Web inventor urges users to seek 'complete control' of data
World Wide Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee on Monday slammed the increasing commodification of personal information and appealed for Internet users to strive to maintain ‘complete control’ of their data.
Evidence of ‘enormous’ solar storm suggests devastating event could be around corner
An ‘enormous’ solar storm that struck ancient Earth has provided a stark warning another event of this size could be around the corner.
Would you be happy being interviewed by a robot?
The world's first robot designed to carry out unbiased job interviews is being tested by Swedish recruiters. But can it really do a better job than humans?
World leaders come together at UN Environment Assembly to move global societies to sustainable path
More than 4700 head of state, including French President Emmanuel Macron, ministers from different countries, business leaders, senior UN officials and representatives from civil society have gathered at the fourth UN Environment Assembly (UNEA), in Nairobi which started on Monday and will continue until March 15.
Study: Olive oil lowers risk of heart disease
Scientists in the US said adding olive oil to diet — even just once a week — lowers the risk of suffering clogged-up arteries, which can trigger heart attacks and strokes.
Almost half of global cases of childhood cancer go undiagnosed
According to a new study almost half of all children with cancer are not diagnosed and may die without being treated.
Colon cancer screening can save your life
With colorectal cancer being found in an increasing number of younger adults, the pressure is on to screen millions more.
Fukushima grapples with toxic soil that no one wants
Eight years after the disaster, not a single location will take the millions of cubic meters of radioactive soil that remain.
Hammond to unveil steps to protect biodiversity after pupils' strike over climate change
British Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond is to use his spring statement this week to set out new steps to promote biodiversity and protect the environment.

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