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Brexit added £2b to UK energy bills in year after referendum, report claims
Brexit has already added billions to the UK public’s energy bills and leaving without a deal could wreak further havoc and cost the average household an extra £61 a year, according to research by University College London.
US claims on Iran chemical weapons politically motivated, fabricated: Analyst
The US claims bout Iran's failure to declare "a toxic arms program" to the global chemical warfare watchdog are a “fabrication” designed to justify Washington’s interference in the internal affairs of the Islamic republic, says an analyst.
'Time Traveller' claims dinosaurs to return as humans suffer '1000 year dark age'
Eerth will be hit by a 1,000 year long dark age which will see average temperatures soar to 40°Celsius and dinosaur return from extinction according to a dramatic claim from a woman who insists she is a time traveler.
Iran rejects claims about moving missiles to Iraq as ridiculous, false
Iran has vehemently rejected as "false, meaningless and ludicrous" a recent media report claiming that Tehran has moved missiles to Iraq, saying it aimed to stoke Iranophobia in the region.
Iran: Morocco's false claims aim to please third parties
Iran has hit out at Morocco for accusing Tehran of interference in the African country's affairs, saying the "false claims" are aimed at pleasing certain third parties.
Breastfeeding should be taught in schools, claims health professional
The UK is among countries with the lowest breastfeeding rates in the world, according to new research conducted by UNICEF.
Children dealing Xanax in schools, investigation claims
Anxiety drug Xanax is being used by children as young as 11 with charities claiming some youngsters are dealing it on school premises, an investigation alleged.
Russians penetrated US election systems, top US official claims
A senior US intelligence official claims the Russians successfully penetrated the voter registration rolls of several US states prior to the 2016 presidential election.
Claims of war crimes by UK forces in Iraq have reasonable basis: ICC
The chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) has announced that there is “reasonable basis” to believe British troops committed war crimes in Iraq during the US-led military invasion of the West Asian country.
Najafi: New IAEA report exposes US false claims
Iran’s representative to the UN nuclear watchdog said on Monday that the body’s new report has once again proved that Iran’s nuclear activities are in direct compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal, contradicting the US claims.
Iran dismisses Saudi minister's claims
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi strongly rejected the allegations made by the Saudi foreign minister against Iran as “baseless”.
Iran: Trump claims of North Korea links 'nonsense'
Iran said Monday that suggestions by US President Donald Trump that it was working with North Korea on missile development were "nonsense".
Opposition claims 100 killed in Kenya post-election unrest
A member of Kenya’s opposition has claimed that 100 people have been killed in the ongoing post-election violence in the country.
Explosion claims lives of three in northwest Pakistan
At least three people have been killed and over two dozen others injured in a roadside bomb explosion in a tribal district in northwestern Pakistan near the Afghan border.

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