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Iran starts the mass production of ‘Valfajr’ missiles

Amir Mehdi Kazemi Tehran Iran has started to mass produce its homegrown smart torpedo dubbed Valfajr with the aim of delivering the weapon to the country’s naval forces. Iran’s defense ministry has announced that the advanced torpedo enjoys various features including high speed explosive warheads with the capability to completely ...

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Palestine FM: We will raise Palestinian flag over Jerusalem al-Quds

Homa Lezgee  Vienna The Palestinian flag is raised for the first time at the UN headquarters in Vienna. Palestinian Authority Foreign Minister Riad al-Malki says he’s confident Palestinians will soon celebrate raising the Palestinian flag over their capital Jerusalem al-Quds. He says Israel’s brutal aggression has made a two-state solution ...

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Egypt’s closure of border terminal mounts pressure on Gazans

Hesham Mhanna Gaza  Egyptian authorities have allowed Palestinian pilgrims to enter the Gaza Strip after taking part in Hajj ceremonies in Saudi Arabia. But the Egyptian border with Gaza has been closed for months despite the Palestinians’ dire need to contact the outside world. Our correspondent Hesham Mhanna reports from ...

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Brussels anti-austerity protest turns ugly

Jerome Hughes ​Brussels Tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets of Brussels to protest against government austerity measures. Most of them were civil servants affiliated to the three main trade unions in Belgium. Press TV’s Jerome Hughes has more on the massive anti-austerity march.

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Iraqi forces advance towards Ramadi

Altaf Ahmad Baghdad The Iraqi army is torn between two strategic battles against Daesh Takfiri terrorists active in the city of Mosul and Anbar province. As our correspondent Altaf Ahmad reports, Iraqi officials have for now decided to put Mosul on the back burner as they cannot fight at two ...

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