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Iran to resume building its longest cross-sea bridge
The Minister of Roads and Urban Development Mohammad Eslami said Iran plans to resume the construction of its longest cross-sea bridge, linking Qeshm Island in the Persian Gulf to Bandar Abbas.
US, China negotiators resume trade war talks
Top US and Chinese negotiators held phone talks on Tuesday as the world's top two economies seek to resolve their trade war, more than a week after they declared a truce.
Trump, Xi agree to resume trade talks
The US and China agreed on Saturday to restart trade talks and that Washington would hold off on imposing new tariffs on Chinese exports, signaling a pause in the trade hostilities between the world’s two largest economies.
China to resume imports of oil from Iran soon
China is said to be preparing to resume imports of crude oil from Iran in what analysts say could allay fears that US sanctions on the major producer would constrain global supplies.
JXTG considering to resume Iran oil imports
The largest Japanese oil wholesaler, JXTG Holdings, is considering to resume Iran oil imports, Head of JXTG Yasushi Onoda told Japanese media ‘NHK’.
Qatar’s ambassador officially resumes activities in Iran
Ali Bin Hamad al-Sulaiti, Qatar’s Ambassador to Tehran, officially resumed his diplomatic duties in Tehran on Saturday.
Nuclear chief: Iran can resume 20% enrichment in five days if necessary
“AEOI’s main priority is to preserve JCPOA, but not at any cost”
India seeking to resume ACU payment mechanism with Iran
India's Ministry of Commerce and Industry pitched for the resumption of the Asian Clearing Union (ACU) mechanism of payment with Iran to promote bilateral trade.
Obama, Biden ready to resume campaigning for Democrats
Former US Vice President Joe Biden says he and former President Barack Obama are ready to resume campaigning for Democrats, as the party struggles to regain public support after suffering dramatic defeats to Republicans.
Russia keen to resume grain exports to Iran
Russia is interested in resuming export of grain to Iran, Russian Agriculture Ministry's press service said in a statement.
Archeological dig set to resume at Malcolm X home
Researchers are returning to the boyhood home of slain civil rights leader Malcolm X to resume an archeological dig.
Indonesia to resume executions despite global outrage
Indonesian officials have started preparations for a new wave of executions in the country despite global outrage one year ago over Jakarta’s putting to death of several foreign drug convicts.
Report : Iran, Egypt resume trade ties
Iran’s first cargo of petrochemical products in recent years has left for Egypt, marking the resumption of trade ties between the two major Muslim countries, the Mehr news agency says.
Iran to resume Caspian oil swap shortly
Iran is about to resume oil swap after a gap of five years, importing crude into Caspian ports and supplying equivalent barrels on behalf of its partners in the Persian Gulf.
Koreas to resume emotional reunions of divided families
Kim Wu-jong is partially paralyzed, poor and lives alone in a small, run-down home in Seoul. But the 87-year-old feels like the luckiest man in South Korea: This week he will travel to North Korea to meet his younger sister, the "flower and princess of my family", for the first time since the Korean War pulled them apart more than six decades ago.

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