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EU to give €۲۰ million to aid sanctions-hit Iran in coronavirus fight

The European Union will send €۲۰ million in humanitarian aid to Iran, which is subject to US sanctions, to help alleviate the coronavirus outbreak, and will support Tehran’s request for IMF financial help, the EU’s top diplomat said Monday.

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Iranian students returned from China to leave quarantine today

Some 60 Iranian university students who returned from Wuhan, China, on Feb. 5, have been declared as coronavirus-free and will leave quarantine on Monday.

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Velayati: Iran opposes any foreign interference in region

Advisor to the Supreme Leader on foreign affairs Ali Akbar Velayati said on Saturday that the Islamic Republic of Iran opposes any foreign interference in the countries of the region and will stand up against the oppression, conspiracy, aggression and malicious plots of the enemies to undermine and disintegrate the countries of the region.

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Maduro: #NoMoreTrump Petition Hits 10 Million Signature Goal

The international campaign that went into effect less than a month ago has collected 10 million signatures and will be handed over to the U.N.

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Forget the MOAB the Air Force Dropped on ISIS. They Also Tested an (Inert) Nuclear Bomb.

The B61-12 in fact is the latest variant of the B61 and will replace four versions of the nuclear bomb.

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EU-UK Brexit talks failed to reach deal on Tuesday – sources

Talks between European Union and British Brexit negotiators ended after more than three hours in Brussels on Tuesday and will resume on Wednesday, sources from both sides said.

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US, South Korea to Hold Joint Drills Next Week – Reports

The annual command post exercises of South Korea and the United States, previously known as Key Resolve, will now be named “Dong Maeng” and will be held on 4-12 March, the Yonhap news agency reported on Sunday, citing military sources.

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What the 4 major events in the past week mean for Brexit

Even by the standards of the two and a half turbulent years since the Brexit referendum, the last 7 days have been quite something. Four major events shaped the week, and will shape what happens to Brexit now and – I think – perhaps not in the ways that many of the protagonists have yet realised.

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Afghanistan declares ceasefire with Taliban ahead of Eid-al-Adha festival

Afghanistan on Sunday declared a “conditional” ceasefire with Taliban militants ahead of the Eid-al-Adha festival this week. The ceasefire starts on Monday and will be in place for around three months, “provided the Taliban reciprocate”, President Ashraf Ghani said.

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Japan’s Suga says analysing impact of U.S. sanctions on Iran

Japan is closely analysing the impact of U.S. sanctions on Iran and will continue to talk with Washington and relevant nations so that Japanese firms will not be adversely affected, the top government spokesman said on Wednesday.

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India will not follow US sanctions on Iran: FM Swaraj

India’s Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj says New Delhi will keep trading with Iran and will only follow sanctions imposed by the United Nations and not those imposed by any other country, such as the United States, against the Islamic Republic, reported Trend with a reference to PressTV.

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India will not follow US sanctions on Iran: FM Swaraj

India’s Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj says New Delhi will keep trading with Iran and will only follow sanctions imposed by the United Nations and not those imposed by any other country, such as the United States, against the Islamic Republic, reported Trend with a reference to PressTV.

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China vows to defend its own interests in US trade talks

China said Thursday it doesn’t want to see increased trade tensions with the U.S. as the two countries hold talks in Washington this week, but it’s prepared for any outcome and will defend its own interests.

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China pushing to be more active in region, global diplomacy

China wants an eight-nation group it and Russia have dominated for its two-decade existence to be more active in regional and global diplomacy and will push to facilitate that at the group’s next summit, foreign minister Wang Yi said Thursday

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Philippine chief justice taking leave, expects impeachment

The Philippine Supreme Court chief justice expects to be impeached by the House of Representatives next month and will go on indefinite leave to prepare for the trial, her spokesman said Wednesday.

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