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Iran’s parliament starts debates on Rouhani’s cabinet picks

Iran’s Parliament (Majlis) has begun holding open-floor debates on President Hassan Rouhani’s nominees for ministerial posts, who need the legislature’s vote of confidence to serve in the new cabinet. The parliament’s open session debating the candidates kicked off on Tuesday. President Rouhani was present to defend his picks. He started ...

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US must be pushed to implement JCPOA: Analyst

The UN Security Council should call on Washington to abide by its commitments under the nuclear agreement between Iran and the P5+1 group, says a political expert. “According to the international treaties and especially the nuclear deal among seven nations, this is the United States that should be pushed now, ...

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Syrian civilians evade Daesh conscription in eastern Dayr al-Zawr prov.

Hundreds of residents of villages and towns in Syria’s conflict-ridden eastern province of Dayr al-Zawr have decided not to comply with the conscription policies of the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group, and have escaped their areas as the extremists lose territory across the war-ravaged country. Many of them have sought refuge in makeshift camps for internally ...

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Provocations may end up in Korean nuclear war: Journalist

The United States’ President Donald Trump is using hostile policy against North Korea that could ignite the flame of a nuclear war, says an author. “The talk coming from Washington, from Trump [in particular], is extremely hostile and a risk of confrontation on the Korean Peninsula is very grave,” Stephen ...

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