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Belarussian official: Trade between Minsk, Tehran hits record high
Trade exchanges between Minsk and Tehran showed a significant growth this year compared to the figure for last year, said the chairman of the House of Representatives of the National Assembly of Belarus.
India’s crude purchases from Iran dropped in June
Latest shipping figures show India's crude oil purchases from Iran in June dropped drastically but instead increased significantly from Venezuela as well as Iraq and Egypt.
Conte: Costa decision made in January
Antonio Conte revealed his decision to cut Diego Costa from his future plans was made in January.
Salvador Dalí's moustache still intact, embalmer reveals after exhumation
Experts who exhumed the body of Salvador Dalí to collect samples for use in a paternity claim have revealed that the enigmatic artist's trademark moustache still graces his face almost three decades after he died.
WHO sees high risk from Kenya cholera outbreak
Outbreak in Yemen, far from under control
An outbreak of cholera in Kenya poses a high risk to the region and a moderate threat globally, the World Health Organization said on Friday, adding that Yemen's cholera outbreak also is far from being controlled.
Turkish minister seeks to cool row with Germany as Erdogan condemns German comments
Turkey's Economy Minister Nihat Zeybekci sought to calm rising tensions with Germany on Friday as Berlin said it was reviewing all applications for arms projects from Ankara.
Seoul: N. Korea economy grows at fastest pace in 17 years
Despite global sanctions over its weapons programs, North Korea's economy grew at the fastest pace in 17 years thanks to a jump in exports and increased production in mining and other industries, the South's central bank said Friday.
Reports: UK could accept EU immigration in Brexit transition
The British government could agree to free movement of people during a Brexit transition period, newspapers reported on Friday in what would be a major reversal of current plans.
Protests after Israel restricts Beit-ul-Moqaddas Old City prayers
Israeli police barred men under 50 from entering Beit-ul-Moqaddas' Old City for Friday Muslim prayers as tensions rose and protests erupted over new security measures at a highly sensitive holy site. The rare ban came after Israeli ministers decided not to order the removal of metal detectors erected at entrances to the Haram al-Sharif mosque compound, known to Jews as the Temple Mount, following an attack nearby a week ago that killed two policemen.
Parliament speaker lauds motion to counteract US adventurous measures
Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani praised a motion passed by the Iranian Parliament to counteract Washington’s adventurous and terrorist acts in the Middle East and described its approval as a sign of “the Iranian nation’s determination” to counter the moves by the White House.
Government spokesman: Iran will not hold direct talks with US
Government spokesman, Mohammad-Baqer Nobakht, said Iranian officials will not hold face-to-face talks with their US counterparts as long as Americans do not come to their senses.
In violation of int'l law, US targets Iran with new economic sanctions
The Trump administration on Tuesday in violation of international law unveiled new economic sanctions against Iran allegedly over its ballistic missile program and on the accusation of contributing to regional tensions.

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