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Iran not afraid of foreign threats, conspiracies: Rouhani

President Hassan Rouhani says Iran is not afraid of foreign threats and intrigues, which have escalated under the belligerent government of US President Donald Trump.  Rouhani made the announcement on Sunday as he took his new cabinet on a tour of Imam Khomeini’s mausoleum in southern Tehran to renew allegiance to ...

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Don’t doubt ‘American values,’ but Trump ‘speaks for himself’

Questioned about Donald Trump’s controversial response to terrorism by a neo-Nazi sympathizer in Charlottesville, Virginia, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says the president “speaks for himself.” The former ExxonMobil CEO appeared on “Fox News Sunday” to highlight “American values” but dismiss Trump’s condemnation of “both” sides of the attack. ...

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Syrian army enters Dayr al-Zawr from Badia desert region

Syrian army troops have pushed deeper into the Daesh-held Dayr al-Zawr, advancing 13 kilometers in the oil-rich eastern province. The so-called Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said government forces advanced into the southwest of Dayr al-Zawr from the desert town of Sukhnah on Sunday. Rami Abdel Rahman, the head of the ...

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Trump’s Afghan strategy poised to fail: PM Abbasi

NEW YORK- Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has stressed the need for a political settlement in Afghanistan, saying US President Donald Trump’s strategy for America’s longest-running war in that country will meet the same fate as the plans of his predecessors: Failure. “From day one we have been saying very ...

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UK officials in Brussels to resume Brexit talks

UK officials have headed to the Belgian capital of Brussels to resume negotiations with European Union (EU) officials over the country’s exit from the bloc. Leading the British negotiators is Brexit secretary David Davis, who is hoping to convince Chief EU negotiator Michel Barnier to widen the talks to include ...

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US after recolonization of Venezuela: Pundit

Simmering tensions between the United States and Venezuela have entered a new phase with the government in Caracas launching wargames in the face of sanctions and fresh threats of military action by US President Donald Trump. Venezuela has blamed the opposition for lobbying with the US for the imposition of ...

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