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Saudi Arabia faces problems selling extra oil after deal with US
US President Donald Trump has persuaded Saudi Arabia's king to increase oil production to make up for a shortfall from Iran, Venezuela and Libya.
IRGC vows revenge for Kurdestan terrorist attack
The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps spokesman vowed revenge for a recent terrorist attack on an IRGC border post in Iran’s western province of Kurdestan that killed 11, warning the sponsors of terrorism against the IRGC’s “iron fist” and the “direct costs” they will have to pay.
Iran urges Europe to present plans for better implementation of nuclear deal
Iran's Parliament speaker urged Europe to present its plans for a better and full implementation of the 2015 nuclear deal.
Iran denounces Israel for adopting 'Jewish nation-state' law
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi denounced Israeli Parliament for adopting a law which recognizes Jewish supremacy over Palestinians.
Iranian official blames pilot error in ATR plane crash
An official with Iran’s Civil Aviation Organization blamed the pilot and co-pilot for the February crash of an ATR passenger plane that killed 66 people in southwestern Iran.
Singapore: Iran to sign friendship agreement with ASEAN
Iran will sign a cooperation treaty with Southeast Asia at an upcoming meeting of ASEAN, a Singaporean diplomat said.
Zarif: US massive arms exports destabilizing world
Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif denounced the US for its massive export of weapons to different continents, saying that its arms exports destabilize the world.
Defense Ministry: Iran to overhaul, manufacture up to 800 tanks
Iran’s Defense Ministry said it plans to overhaul and manufacture up to 800 tanks as part of the country’s plans to boost its defense power.
Caspian leaders to meet in Kazakhstan in August
The next summit of the five Caspian Sea littoral states will be held in the Kazakh city of Aktau on August 12.
Iranian diplomats to discuss ties with world
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi said ambassadors and diplomats dispatched to foreign countries plan to attend a gathering in Tehran in coming days to discuss ways to boost the Islamic Republic’s relations with other nations.
Forty percent of people have a fictional first memory, says study
Researchers have conducted one of the largest surveys of people's first memories, finding that nearly 40 percent of people had a first memory which is fictional.

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