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Tehran-Turkey passenger train resumes after 4 years
After a four-year suspension, Iran launched the first Tehran-Ankara train, which made its inaugural trip to Turkey on Wednesday night. Carrying 200 passengers, the five-car train departed Tehran at 10 PM local time.
IKCO resumes car production in Syria
Iran has returned a car assembly line in Syria to production, which makes an affordable model named the Sham after the country’s denomination during the seventh century Umayyad period.
South Korea resumes crude oil imports from Iran
South Korean oil refining companies have resumed importing crude oil from Iran, wrote Korean media.
Ailing UK prince resumes driving car 2 days after crash
The oldest member of UK royal family, Prince Philip, 97, has resumed driving just two days after he caused controversy for a crash that apparently came due to his reckless driving.
Resurgent Man City resumes title quest against in-form Wolves
Pep Guardiola's rejuvenated Manchester City faces a potentially tricky challenge at home to Wolverhampton Wanderers today as it continues its Premier League title defense.
Israel resumes work on separation wall in West Bank
Israeli military forces have uprooted dozens of Palestinian olive trees in the occupied West Bank as part of plans to resume constructing a separation wall that snakes across occupied Palestinian territories and isolates large swathes of them from areas where Israeli occupants are concentrated.
Japan resumes use of nuclear energy years after nuclear crisis
Japan has resumed using nuclear energy four and a half years after a nuclear disaster at the country’s Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) and amid stiff criticism.
Iran resumes gas exports to Turkey after pipeline repair: official
An explosion hit Iran-Turkey gas pipeline in the Turkish soil on July 27 and stopped Iran's gas exports to that country.
Iran resumes Caspian oil swap
Iran has marked resumption of Caspian oil swaps by taking delivery of the first gasoline cargo since 2010 when such deals were halted, local media said on Wednesday.
Indonesia resumes search for missing plane
Indonesian officials say they have resumed search for an AirAsia plane, which went missing with over 160 people on board after taking off from Indonesia.

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