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Araqchi: Iran should develop trade links with world in coming months
An Iranian deputy foreign minister described as vital the four-month period until the next US waiver on anti-Iran sanctions and the US president’s decision about the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), saying Iran should develop trade links with the world in the meantime.
Study links spanking during childhood, dating violence later in life
Spanking your child may have unintended consequences as he or she forges adult romantic relationships years later, a new study suggested.
Study links parental focus on smartphones, misbehaving children
Could your smartphone prompt a toddler tantrum? Perhaps, a new study suggested.
Amnesty Turkey head charged over alleged Gulen links
The head of Amnesty International in Turkey has been indicted for alleged links to US-based opposition cleric Fethullah Gulen, who is accused by Ankara of orchestrating an abortive coup last year.
Ozil links Arsenal future to Wenger
Arsenal's German international Mesut Ozil said he is waiting to learn the fate of manager Arsene Wenger before agreeing to sign a new contract with the London club.
Turkey arrests Diyarbakir’s mayors over PKK links
Turkey has arrested the co-mayors of the Kurdish-majority city of Diyarbakir in southeastern Turkey over charges of aiding militants.
10 militants suspected of having links to al-Shabab killed in Somalia
Ten militants suspected of having links to the al-Shabab terrorist group have been killed in a military raid in Somalia, US and Somali officials say.
Lithuania launches new power links to cut reliance on Russia
Lithuania is planning to inaugurate two new electrical links to Sweden and Poland in a bid to reduce its reliance on Russian electricity grid.
Turkish pro-Kurdish MP sentenced to jail over alleged PKK links
A court in Turkey has sentenced a lawmaker from the country’s left-wing and pro-Kurdish Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) to more than six years in prison over alleged affiliation to the “terrorist” Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK).
Links between blood type, risk of cognitive decline
A pioneering study ― conducted by leading researchers at the University of Sheffield ― has revealed blood types play a role in the development of the nervous system and may cause a higher risk of developing cognitive decline.
Study links gene deficiency with breast cancer
UT Southwestern Medical Center scientists have identified a strong link between the most aggressive type of breast cancer and a gene that regulates the body's natural cellular recycling process, called autophagy.
Hezbollah implies detained own official for Israel links
Lebanon’s resistance movement Hezbollah implies that earlier reports on the detention of a senior official within its ranks over espionage for Israel have been true, Lebanese media said.
Anzali Fee Zone links Qatar with Caspian littoral states
Visiting head of Qatar-Iran Friendship Group Masoud ibn Abdullah al-Hanzab said, “Anzali Free Zone is the link between Qatar and the Caspian Sea littoral states.”

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