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UN rights report reflects views of Iran’s enemies: Judiciary chief

Iranian Judiciary Chief Ayatollah Sadeq Amoli Larijani has dismissed a recent report by a UN rights rapporteur against the Islamic Republic, saying it reflects the views of the country’s enemies. Addressing a meeting with high-ranking Iranian judiciary officials in Tehran on Monday, Amoli Larijani added that the report contained rehashed claims ...

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Storm kills 2, injures 16 in Poland

A storm with extreme wind and rain in Poland overnight Friday into Saturday morning resulted in the death of four people, including minors, spokesman of the country’s fire department services Pavel Frontchack stated, as cited by the local media. On Saturday night different regions of the country were hit by severe thunderstorms ...

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Jabhat Fateh al-Sham terrorists hiding chemical weapons in Idlib

Members of the Jabhat Fateh al-Sham Takfiri terrorist group, formerly known as al-Nusra Front, are reportedly in possession of chemical weapons in Syria’s troubled northwestern province of Idlib, and have depots of internationally banned weapons. Local sources, requesting anonymity, told Syria’s official news agency SANA on Monday that Jabhat Fateh al-Sham terrorists have a number of depots in ...

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15 Afghan policemen killed in separate Taliban attacks

A total of 15 police officers have been killed in the east and south of Afghanistan in separate attacks by the Taliban militant group. Nine policemen were killed Monday in an attack by the Taliban on a checkpoint in eastern Ghazni province. Arif Noori, spokesman for the provincial governor, said ...

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Iraq readies for final offensive against Daesh

Iraqi forces are about to launch an offensive to recapture the last patch of Iraqi territory still in the hands of Daesh, the military said on Wednesday. “Your security forces are now coming to liberate you,” said leaflets dropped by the Iraqi air force on the western border region of ...

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Japan offers Philippines aid for fighting terrorism, rebuilding

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte won pledges from Japan of help with fighting terrorism and assistance in building the country’s crumbling infrastructure, as he met with Japan’s prime minister on Monday during a visit to Tokyo. Japan promised its support in the reconstruction of the strife-torn southern Philippine city of Marawi. ...

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Iran abiding by nuclear-related commitments: Amano

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has once again reiterated Iran’s adherence to the 2015 nuclear agreement with the P5+1 group of countries, stressing that UN inspectors are facing no problems in their verification efforts. “The IAEA can state that such nuclear-related commitments are being implemented,” the IAEA chief, Yukiya ...

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Trump ex-campaign manager charged with conspiracy against US

The former campaign manager for US President Donald Trump, Paul Manafort, has been charged with conspiracy against the United States as part of the Russia inquiry. Manafort arrived at the FBI’s Washington field office on Monday morning and surrendered to federal law enforcement authorities. The 68-year-old is facing a total ...

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New US policy on Iran ‘serious threat’: Baqeri

Iran’s military Chief of Staff Major General Mohammad Baqeri says a new policy announced by the Trump administration is a “serious threat” aimed at toppling the Islamic Republic. “After months, the Americans have come up with a strategy that can put our country or the independent countries in trouble,” he told a national conference on civilian ...

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