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Iran Foreign Ministry: Samsung must apologize for gift ban against Olympics athletes
Iran’s Foreign Ministry has summoned South Korea’s ambassador to protest a discriminatory decision by Samsung Electronics and organizers of the Winter Olympic games in Seoul not to provide Iranian athletes with gift smartphones, demanding an apology from the technology company.
Zarif gives Samsung ultimatum to apologize Iran's Olympians: Source
Iranian foreign minister issued Thursday an ultimatum to Samsung Co to apologize for excluding the Iranian Olympians from receiving phones as a gift in South Korea Winter Olympics, an informed source said.
Michigan official refuses to apologize for Islamophobic call
A US official in the state of Michigan has refused to apologize for his Islamophobic social media posts that sparked outrage among the American Muslim community.
Pope unlikely to apologize for Canada schools: Activist
Randy Short, with the Black Autonomy Network Community Organization from Washington, says he doubts Pope Francis’ agreement to apologize for the role of the Catholic Church in Canada’s school system, where indigenous children were abused for decades.
Turkey should apologize for downing jet: Russia
Moscow says Turkey should apologize and compensate for downing a Russian aircraft last year if it wants to mend bilateral ties.
UK could apologize for creating Israel: British MP
UK Labour politician Rupa Asha Huq has suggested that Britain could apologize for helping to create Israel in the occupied Palestinian territories, a new report claims, further fueling an ongoing row over Israel that has seen senior Labour members suspended by the party.
Clinton won’t apologize to Trump for calling him Daesh 'best recruiter'
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will not back down and apologize to her Republican rival Donald Trump for calling him Daesh “best recruiter” after his derogatory comments on Muslims, her spokesman says.
Prosecutor Gen: US administration should apologize to Iran
Prosecutor General Ebrahim Ra'isi said on Monday US administration's interference in internal affairs of Iran is both illegal and unjustifiable, adding that the US must immediately apologize to Iran.

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