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Iran faces golden opportunity to revive textile industry
US sanctions have provided Iran with a rare opportunity to resurrect its textile and clothing industry which is as old as its history.
Iran faces Chinese request for bitcoin mining
Chinese cryptocurrency miners have officially requested to set up shop in Iran, taking advantage of cheap energy to power and cool their electricity-intensive servers.
S&P: Mexico faces possible downgrade in coming year, negative outlook
The Mexican government faces a one-in-three chance of having its credit rating downgraded over the coming year, as public finances struggle with mounting liabilities and slowing growth, rating agency Standard & Poor’s said on Friday.
£7,500 tuition fees plan faces Brexit delay
The review of university tuition fees in England has been caught in a Brexit gridlock — and might be delayed until May or later, according to sources.
Arsenal faces Rennes in Europa League last 16, Chelsea draws Dynamo Kiev
Arsenal will face French side Rennes in the last 16 of the Europa League, while Chelsea was paired with Dynamo Kiev in Friday's draw.
British government faces High Court action over children's rights
A British children's charity is taking High Court action against the government over its claims that some protections of children in care are ‘myths’.
Saudi Arabia faces bleak future, real risk of demise: Analyst
Saudi Arabia would finally face a revolt from the inside as people's voices for democracy and freedom start to rattle the shaky and unstable regime that "corrupt royals" have built on oil wealth, a political analyst from London says.
Hungarian university faces final deadline
A university in Hungary, created to foster democracy in post-communist central Europe, seems about to be pushed over the border into Austria.
Britain’s medical watchdog chief faces calls to step down over Bawa-Garba case
Hospital doctors are calling for the head of Britain’s medical regulator to stand down over his handling of the case of a pediatrician who was struck off following the death of a six-year-old boy.
EU faces fresh standoff over Aquarius migrant boat
European countries faced pressure on Tuesday to resolve a fresh standoff with the operators of the migrant rescue ship Aquarius which is stranded for the second time in the Mediterranean carrying 141 people.
EGFI director: Iran faces no limitation in guaranteeing export contracts
Despite all problems stemming from domestic foreign forex market fluctuations and crippling sanctions imposed on the country, Export Guarantee Fund of Iran (EGFI) has no limitations in guaranteeing exports contracts.
Experts: UK faces 'winter of discontent'
The UK is facing a new "winter of discontent", experts have warned, as a record number of low-income families are driven into poverty.
Babies' fascination with faces starts before birth
An infant's fascination with faces is already evident in the womb, a new study contended.
Gaza faces severe crisis amid power plant shutdown
The Gaza Strip of about 2 million Palestinians is to face a severe energy crisis starting from Sunday as the besieged enclave's sole power plant is about to shut down amid a lack of funds to buy fuel.
Guardiola's Man City faces Monaco moment of truth
A hotly anticipated staging post in Manchester City's Pep Guardiola era arrives on Tuesday when Monaco visits the Etihad Stadium in the first leg of the Champions League last 16.

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