بایگانی فروردین, ۱۳۹۷

سقوط ۱۲ درصدی سهام Tesla به خاطر مرگ یک راننده

اظهار نظر رسمی «تسلا موتورز» درباره حادثه تصادف خودروی مدل ایکس در کالیفرنیا باعث شد تا سهام این کمپانی ۱۲ درصد کاهش پیدا کند.

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بیماری "ارتفاع" چیست؟

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Turkey – NATO rift widens as France suggests military support for the Syrian Kurds

The serious rift between Turkey and its NATO allies, caused by Ankara’s new military operation in Syria, is apparently being widened. After the French president declared his support for the Syrian Kurds, Turkey warns that it considers any troops on the ground supporting the Kurds as military targets.

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Iran reacts to the new wave of western accusations over the situation in Yemen

Three years after the start of Saudi Arabia’s invasion to Yemen, situation in the war-torn Arab country is still far from becoming stable. Meanwhile, the Saudis and their allies are continuing to blame Iran for the disaster they’ve made in Yemen

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In Baku, Iranian president clarifies Iran’s position on Karabakh conflict

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, who has been on an official tour to two Caspian states, visited Azerbaijan’s capital Baku today to discuss with the Azeri officials issues of bilateral interest. Rouhani’s visit is seen as a new effort to cement ties with its geopolitically-important northern neighbor.

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Malaysia: Mahathir joins protest against electoral map changes before election

MALAYSIAN former prime minister and current opposition leader Dr Mahathir Mohamad joined hundreds of protesters on Wednesday to rally against the tabling of changes to the country’s electoral boundaries ahead of polls that are expected to be called within weeks.

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DUP’s Dodds calls for more spending on defence over threat from Russia

The threat from Russia highlights the need to plug the gaps in the UK’s defence budget, a Northern Ireland MP has warned.

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Islamic State haunts northern Iraq months after its defeat

On a desolate highway in northern Iraq last week, nine federal police officers packed into a large SUV were stopped at a checkpoint they had never seen before. Behind them, a taxi carrying a handful of other officers lagged behind on the long drive from the northern city of Kirkuk back to the capital, Baghdad.

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Gunmen in Pakistan kill trans woman, friend

Police in Pakistan say gunmen riding on motorcycle shot and killed a transgender woman and her friend in the northwestern city of Peshawar.

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Netanyahu discharged from hospital after health scare

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been released from hospital after receiving treatment for a sudden high fever and cough.

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Leaving The EU But Staying In The Single Market Would Be The Worst Of All Worlds

With this week marking one year until Britain officially leaves the EU, HuffPost is running a series of blogs answering big questions still left unanswered about our Brexit future. Today, Conservative MP Bernard Jenkin and Labour MP Heidi Alexander write on whether Britain might yet stay in the Single Market. Follow the series on #BrexitFuture

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Brexit vote manipulated, says data whistleblower

British voters in the lead up to the referendum to exit the European Union were duped by the Leave campaign, says whistleblower Christopher Wylie.

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Turkey’s overheating economy is its No. 1 security threat

Turkey’s overheating economy has become the country’s number one national security threat, writes Scott MacDonald, Senior Managing Director at consulting firm KWR International, in the National Interest.

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US experts against Trump: the nuclear deal with Iran strengthens leadership and stability

A bipartisan group of over a hundred retired army officers and former ambassadors exhorts the president to respect the JCPOA. Its cancellation will not improve national security.

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Pro-gov’t coalition vows firm action against Turkey if northern Iraq threatened

Iraq would take a firm action against Turkey if the latter violated international laws and penetrated into northern Iraqi territories to strike Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) fighters, a pro-government coalition was quoted as saying Wednesday.

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Venezuela health system in worse condition than expected, according to survey

A survey of 104 health facilities in Venezuela, commissioned by the opposition-controlled National Assembly, paints a grim picture of a collapsed system hurting for even the most essential goods and services.

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