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Iran, EU sign first-ever nuclear safety cooperation project

Iran and the European Commission have signed the first-ever project for nuclear safety cooperation within the framework of a landmark nuclear agreement signed between the Islamic Republic and the P5+1 group of countries. The commission said on Tuesday that the €2.5 million project is aimed at improving the capabilities of ...

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SC to give Panama Leaks verdict on April 20

Supreme Court is to announce the verdict of Panama Leaks case on Thursday this week, a supplementary cause list stated on Tuesday. The apex court is to let out whether Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is eligible to lead the nation or has earned disqualification over alleged corruption. The Supreme Court ...

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Bus fall into ravine kills 26 in Philippines

At least 26 people died Tuesday when the bus they were traveling in apparently lost its brakes and plunged into a deep ravine in a northern Philippine mountain town, in one of the country’s deadliest road accidents in years, officials said. The rest of the more than 50 passengers were ...

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Iran presidential hopeful Raeisi vows strong economic management

A hopeful of the forthcoming presidential election has criticized the ongoing economic situation in the country and “unacceptable” living standards of the people, vowing strong economic management if elected president. “If our economy is not fragile, structures would be amended and we would become resistant against sanctions and threats and people’s business ...

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Only six districts still held by Daesh in western Mosul: Cmdr

A high-ranking Iraqi military figure says Daesh Takfiri terrorists are only in control of six neighborhoods in the western part of Mosul as government forces, backed by volunteer fighters from Popular Mobilization Units, are battling to expel the extremists out of the country’ second largest city. The commander of the Counter-Terrorism ...

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