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World community has had enough of unilateral US policies: Iranian official
A senior Iranian official says the international community has grown sick and tired of America's unilateralism, and that world nations such as China and Russia as well as Washington's own European allies have today chosen to stand up to the US.
India Environment Ministry framed key policies, dealt with controversies in 2018
India’s Environment Ministry in 2018 finalized a nationwide plan to curb air pollution, notified new rules governing the country’s coastlines and proposed prohibition of use of animals in circuses besides engaging ‘constructively’ in the crucial climate summit at Poland.
UK housing secretary admits government policies led to rise in homelessness
Britain's housing secretary has admitted that the UK government’s social welfare policies have played a role in the rising rate of homelessness, appearing to backtrack on a statement he made earlier this month.
US sanctions will fail to change Iran policies: FM Zarif
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says economic sanctions imposed by the United States against Iran will fail to have any impact on the policies of the Islamic Republic at home or abroad.
US Senate defies Trump on Saudi war amid Khashoggi fallout
The Republican-controlled US Senate is defying President Donald Trump’s pro-Saudi policies by advancing a bipartisan bid to end the country’s support for the war on Yemen amid tensions over Jamal Khashoggi’s murder.
Thousands of Italians march against immigration policies in Rome
Thousands of people staged a rally in the Italian capital, Rome, to protest against racism and a proposed law on immigration.
Iran says will never change regional policies under any US president
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi reaffirmed the country's "logical and quite transparent" policies, saying the Islamic Republic would never change its approaches to regional developments under any administration in the United States.
Iran say will never change regional policies under any US president
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi has reaffirmed the country's "logical and quite transparent" policies, saying the Islamic Republic would never change its approaches to regional developments under any administration in the United States.
Dangerous US policies, not Iran, should worry NATO: Tehran
Iran has rejected “unwarranted” concerns voiced by NATO over the Islamic Republic’s regional activities, saying the Western military alliance should rather be worried about the US’s “unilateral and dangerous” policies and its breach of international commitments.
South Korea's Moon: Economic policies on the right path
President Moon Jae-in said on Saturday South Korea’s economic policies are on the right path to boost jobs and address inequality.
Saudi writer critical of UAE’s regional policies sentenced to 5 years in prison
Saudi authorities have handed down prison sentence to a writer in the conservative oil-rich kingdom as part of a widening crackdown led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman against Muslim preachers, members of the press and intellectuals.
Zarif: Iran won’t change regional policies under US threats
Iran will not change its policies in the Middle East despite mounting US pressure, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said.
Iran: US policies spreading human trafficking networks
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi denounced recent anti-Tehran accusations leveled by the US in a report on human trafficking, blaming the US meddlesome policies in the world for the spread of human trafficking networks.
Iran blames Trump policies for high oil prices
Iran says the hostile policies of US President Donald Trump are to blame for the rising prices of crude oil in international markets, rejecting his Wednesday attack against the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) for the current supply situation.
Smoke-free policies linked to lower heart disease risk
Laws that ban smoking at workplaces and other public places are associated with a significantly lower risk of cardiovascular disease, a study of Northwestern University (NU) found.

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