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Russian FM: Iran had the right to partially suspend nuclear deal commitments
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Monday that Iran had the right to partially suspend its commitments under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.
Former far-right Dutch politician announces conversion to Islam
A former far-right Dutch lawmaker and right-hand man of notorious anti-Islam politician Geert Wilders has announced his unexpected conversion to Islam.
FM Zarif: Iran has right to restore uranium enrichment
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said that Tehran could restore enriching uranium at its nuclear facilities as it deems it a right under a landmark 2015 nuclear agreement with world powers.
Tehran has right to develop missile program: Moscow
Moscow believes that the development of the Iranian missile program is Tehran's sovereign right, and all the issues arising in this regard should be resolved without pressure, especially military, at the negotiating table, A Russian official said.
Which anti-depressant is right for you?
Paxil or Prozac, Zoloft or Lexapro?
Get your salt right
While there is constant stress on drinking enough water and fluids in summer, what is equally important is maintaining the salt levels in the body since we lose a lot of it through sweat.
Qassemi: Iran reserves right to respond to US anti-Iran moves
Iran’s Foreign Ministry said Tehran reserves the right for itself to respond to US measures against the Islamic Republic.
Destroying terrorists’ nests in Pakistan Iran’s right
Brig. Gen. Pourdastan said, in absence of serious action by the Pakistani government, Iran would gain an inalienable right to destroy hideout in the neighboring country.
Right to development at 30 years
It’s had a very useful if sometimes controversial past and it will have great relevance for many more years ahead. That’s the sense one has about the Declaration on the Right to Development as it is commemorated 30 years after its adoption by the United Nations General Assembly in 1986.
German right-wing leader backs citizens' right to arm themselves
The leader of the populist Alternative for Germany (AfD) party spoke out in favor of people arming themselves with guns and self-defense devices following a series of violent attacks last month.
Right to education still elusive for Indigenous Latin American
Education, the most powerful instrument in the struggle against exclusion and discrimination, is still elusive for indigenous people in Latin America who remain the most disadvantaged segment of the population despite their wide presence in the region.
Turkey violating Alevi Muslims’ right to religious freedom: European court
A European court has slammed the Turkish government over its discrimination against the country’s Alevi Muslims and the violation of their right to religious freedom.
Iran : Missile tests our legitimate right
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has defended Iran's right to carry out missile tests, saying none of Iranian missiles are capable of carrying nuclear warheads.

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