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US officials: Tensions with Iran easing
A month after sending an aircraft carrier to the Middle East in reaction to intelligence the US claims it had showing Iran was preparing to attack US troops, military tensions appear to be easing, according to several US officials.
IRGC: American officials suffer from mess in their thoughts
US President Donald Trump’s administration does not dare wage a war on Iran despite its recent deployment of an aircraft carrier and bombers in the Persian Gulf, because the American officials are suffering from some mess in their thoughts, said a senior official of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC).
Health officials: Arizona sees surge of hepatitis A cases
The US state Arizona is seeing a surge in hepatitis A cases, mostly in the Tucson area but also in metro Phoenix, health officials said.
Bangladeshi experts, officials call for environment-friendly management of e-waste
The total waste generated by obsolete or broken down electronic devices specially mobile phone, battery and charger in Bangladesh was estimated to be 400,000 tons for the year 2018, which is expected to exceed 4.62 million tons by 2035.
Trump officials argue climate change warnings based on ‘worst-case scenario'
The Trump administration has a new strategy for deflecting concerns about the warming planet.
Qatari officials visit Iran pavilion at book fair
Iran's pavilion at the Doha International Book Fair hosted the Qatari Minister of Culture and Sports Salah bin Ghanem al-Ali and the Speaker of the Shura Council of the State of Qatar Ahmed Bin Abdullah Bin Zaid Al-Mahmoud at the invitation of Iran's Deputy Culture Minister Mohsen Javadi.
They were sent pipe bombs; here’s what Trump said about them — and what they said about Trump
A look at the contentious words between the president and some of his most outspoken critics.
‌US man detained by immigration officials while driving pregnant wife to hospital
Immigration officers in the US arrested a man who was driving his wife to hospital to give birth.
Officials struggle to protect Rohingya refugees
International aid agencies and Bangladesh authorities are struggling to protect hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees against deadly monsoon landslides and floods ahead of the peak rainy season expected in July.
Iran's Leader advises officials on self-review
Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has advised officials of the country on self-edification.
Could climate change lead to a global water crisis?
Officials in Cape Town, South Africa, say they could soon be the first major city to run out of water.
Klopp slams refs for ‘massive influence’ in Tottenham draw
Jurgen Klopp said Liverpool's controversy-filled 2-2 draw with Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday was "massively influenced" by the officials, believing referee Jon Moss wanted to be "in the middle of interest."
Trump prepared for military action in Syria to deter chemical attacks: Officials
Senior US officials have claimed President Donald Trump is prepared to launch a military action if necessary against the Syrian government which they say is possibly developing new types of chemical weapons.
Chinese officials taken to task for not doing their job for environment
More than 18,000 Chinese officials failed to take any action or performed badly in protecting the environment since 2016, according to a national crackdown that saw Beijing inspectors visit some of the world’s most polluted cities.
Deputy minister: Unrest in Iranian cities will soon end
Iran’s deputy interior minister for security said the situation in most of the country has now returned to normal, vowing that the latest wave of unrest will soon come to an end.

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