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Iran condemns Britain’s move to enlist Hezbollah as a terror group

In a controversial move, the British government has recently listed Lebanese Hezbollah’s political wing as a terrorist group. Reacting to the move, Iran criticized London, saying that the Lebanese organization has been effectively fighting terrorism. Hezbollah officials themselves have also condemned the decision.

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Okinawa ‘no’ vote won’t delay U.S. base move: Japan PM

Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Monday that the controversial relocation of a U.S. military base in Okinawa will not be delayed despite a local referendum that saw most voters reject the move.

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Thailand puzzles over political surprises from royals

A Thai political party swore loyalty to the king after its stunning decision to nominate the monarch’s sister as its candidate for prime minister backfired when the king called the move inappropriate and unconstitutional.

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How the world reacted to Europe’s new financial channel for Iran?

After the three European parties of the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran formally announced the establishment of a new financial channel to facilitate trade with Tehran, the non-European parties of the deal also welcomed the move as a positive step toward saving the landmark accord. However, the United States continues to warn companies working with the Islamic Republic.

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We won’t allow any coalition against its interests – Iran warns Poland

Washington’s decision to hold an anti-Iran conference in Poland has become controversial, as Tehran warns Warsaw that the move could impact Iran-Poland relations. For now, Polish officials are trying to reassure Iran that the conference won’t target Iran directly.

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Latest European sanctions to complicate already-fragile Iran-EU relations

The recent move by the European Union to impose sanctions against Iran over unproven allegations of terrorist activities, seems to have further complicated the relations between the Islamic Republic and Europe.

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Iran, Russia and Turkey made progress in forming a Syrian constitutional committee

In a meeting in Geneva today, foreign ministers of Iran, Russia and Turkey, as the three guarantors of the Syrian ceasefire, agreed to form a committee to form a new constitution for the Arab country.

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London bans junk food ads on transport

Britain’s capital has announced a ban on junk food advertising on the city’s transport network, saying the move is designed to help the fight “against the ticking time bomb of child obesity”.

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The West’s Greatest Challenge Lies in Washington, Not Moscow

It has been a month now since Donald Trump’s indulgence in Helsinki of Vladimir Putin’s “extremely strong” denial of Russian involvement in hacking the 2016 U.S. election. With this move, the Presidential foot was placed at least on, if not quite over, a key red line.

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Signing a treaty with ASEAN, Iran appears determined to develop ties with the East

Iranian foreign minister who is at an official trip to Singapore, signed the signed a friendship treaty with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). Amid the new, increasing wave of US pressures, the move could improve Iran’s international stance, providing it with alternative contexts for diplomatic interactions.

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Some Election Results Tossed; Five Killed in Iraq

The Iraqi Independent High Electoral Commission cancelled the election results of 1,021 polling stations after checking into irregularities reported at them.

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Erdoğan addressing the Palestinian people: ‘We will fight for you until the end’

In a speech, Monday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said, “The future of humanity will be determined by what happens in Palestine and regarding Jerusalem. Humanity will either move towards light, freedom and moral values ​​or it will regress to the deep injustice and oppression.”

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Tehran vows to retaliate the recent Israeli airstrike against Iranian targets in Syria

Two weeks after an Israeli airstrike against Iranian targets in Syria which resulted in the death of a number of Iranian military advisors, Iran’s top security official vows to retaliate the move in due time.

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Iranian political and military figure take a unified stance against the recent strike on Syria

After a tripartite alliance of western countries, led by the United States, targeted Syria with dozens of missiles, Iran was one of the first nations to condemn the move, warning about the consequences. A day after the attack, Iranian officials continue to take positions against the move.

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Iran reacts to the tripartite attack on Syria, warns of the “consequences”

Hours after the United States, together with the UK and France launched a strike against the Syrian government’s positions, Iranian high-ranking officials condemned the move, underlining that it won’t change the equations on the ground.

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Tehran, Ankara, more vocal in condemning US plans in Syria

After expressing concerns over Washington’s plans to create a new armed force in northern Syria, it seems that Iran and Turkey are becoming more vocal in condemning the move. While Iran has interpreted the US plans “interference” in Syria’s internal affairs, Turkish president vowed to take actual measures against the new force.

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