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China says to sign Iran’s Arak reactor deal Sunday

Beijing says Iranian and Chinese companies will sign the first commercial contracts to redesign Arak heavy water nuclear reactor in central Iran in the weekend. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang told a daily news briefing on Thursday that the accords would be inked in Vienna on Sunday, with initial agreements having ...

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Iran showcases 12 new advanced defense projects, products

Iran has unveiled 12 advanced defense projects and products in the areas of radar systems and air transportation designed and manufactured by Iranian experts. President Hassan Rouhani inspected the achievements at an exhibition in the southern city of Shiraz on Thursday. The projects and products included reconnaissance radar systems of ...

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Riyadh says oil output cut may be extended

Saudi Arabia says an agreement between world’s biggest oil producers to cut their production to help stabilize the market may have to be extended to ensure maximum results. “We might have to extend in order to reach the target… of stock levels,” Saudi Arabia’s Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih was quoted ...

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Leader warns against enemy attempts to mar Iran presidential vote

Leader of Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has warned the nation against hostile attempts at marring Iran’s upcoming elections, calling for a massive turnout in the vote to disappoint the enemies. Ayatollah Khamenei made the remarks on Wednesday in a meeting with Army commanders and staff members. “The enemies ...

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SC announces to constitute JIT in Panama Papers case

          ISLAMABAD : Supreme Court of Pakistan (SC), announcing the highly-anticipated reserved judgment, has on Thursday ordered to constitute a joint investigation team in Panama Papers case. According to details, the case was heard by a five-member Supreme Court bench headed by Justice Asif Saeed Khosa. ...

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Two militants killed by own bomb in Thailand’s south

Two militants were killed in Thailand’s violence-plagued Deep South after a bomb they were transporting prematurely exploded, the military said Thursday. Their deaths came during a night of violence across a region plagued by unrest for over a decade as ethnic Malay rebels battle Thai troops for more autonomy from ...

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Thousands evacuated after deadly Syria bombing

RASHIDIN  – Thousands of Syrians were evacuated from besieged towns on Wednesday with tight security in place after a weekend bombing against those leaving government-held areas killed dozens, including nearly 70 children. The evacuations are part of a deal between government and opposition representatives to relieve thousands from suffocating sieges ...

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