Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says his country’s military forces will have no business in Syria’s northern town of Manbij once Kurdish militants from the US-backed People's Protection Units (YPG) withdraw from the area.
For startups, 2009 was a good year. More than 20 companies launched at that time, including Uber, Slack, Pinterest, and Blue Apron, eventually achieved $1 billion-plus valuations. Given that those companies were all venture-financed and emerged from Silicon Valley, you might assume that the key ingredients that have ensured their success were cutting-edge technologies, digital platforms, and customer bases that were chiefly made up of digital natives. You would be wrong.
A spokesperson from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services told Fox News early Saturday that open enrollment for Affordable Care Act’s health insurance will continue despite the federal judge's ruling that the law is unconstitutional and must be ‘invalidated in whole’.
Iran stands ready to address the concerns of Japanese companies willing to continue business with the country, even as the United States presses its allies to get tough on Iran and to stop importing its oil, a top government official said.
Iran has embarked on serious efforts over recent years to attract foreign tourists. To that end, it has passed facilitating regulations, built infrastructure like hotels, improved transportation and developed car rental system, and signed contracts with international airlines and travel agencies.
Approaching an elephant, Suzi, carefully, a vet and his assistant draw some blood for routine tests at India's first hospital for the long-trunked mammals, which opened its doors in Uttar Pradesh on Friday (November 16).
The administration of US President Donald Trump has imposed a new round of sanctions on Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah targeting individuals and international organizations that do business with the group.
Pakistani Foreign Ministry said on Thursday trade ties with Iran will not be affected by the US sanctions, in yet another comment echoing Islamabad’s readiness to expand relations with its neighbors under Imran Khan.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani praised Europe on Wednesday for taking a "big step" toward maintaining business with Iran after the unilateral US withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear deal and reimposition of new sanctions on the Islamic Republic.