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Iran, France ready to boost cooperation in fighting terrorism

The Iranian and French presidents have reaffirmed their countries’ determination to strengthen cooperation in fighting terrorism after Tehran was hit by double terror attacks, the first claimed by the Daesh Takfiri outfit in the Islamic Republic. In a Wednesday telephone conversation with his Iranian counterpart, Hassan Rouhani, Emmanuel Macron expressed ...

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‘Troubling allegations’ against Trump in Comey’s testimony

There are “troubling allegations” against US President Donald Trump in a written testimony by the now-fired FBI Director James Comey, says the top intel Democrat in the US House of Representatives. “Former FBI Director Comey’s written testimony confirms a host of troubling allegations concerning the President’s conduct,” said California Representative ...

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Football: Clash of the titans as Superclasico goes Down Under

MELBOURNE  – Argentina’s Superclasico showdown with arch-rivals Brazil is set to pump tens of millions of dollars into the Australian economy when they play in front of 100,000 fans on Friday. Although Neymar is missing from Brazil’s line-up, his Barcelona team-mate Lionel Messi will light up the occasion at the ...

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Top S. Korean cinema chain threatens Netflix film boycott

SEOUL  – A top South Korean cinema chain said Thursday it would not screen a Netflix-backed blockbuster if the US streaming giant insists on releasing the film online simultaneously. The movie, “Okja,” directed by South Korean director Bong Joon-Ho, sparked controversy at this year’s Cannes film festival and triggered a ...

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