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Iran’s new oil find adds 22bln barrels

Iran´s oil minister said on Monday that an oil field whose discovery President Hassan Rouhani announced at the weekend adds only 22.2 billion barrels to the country´s estimated crude reserves.

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US troop numbers in Syria remain stable despite announced withdrawal

The withdrawal of American troops from Syria’s northern border opened the way for Turkey’s military incursion against Kurdish forces in the country.

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Turkey rejects US resolution on Armenian claims

Turkey rejects a resolution passed by the US House of Representatives on Armenian claims, the country’s Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday.

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Iraqi authorities suspend Saudi TV channels Al Arabiya and Al-Hadath

Al-Hadath TV channel said on Saturday that Iraq has decided to suspend its work, as well as the work of Al Arabiya. According to Al-Hadath website, the Iraqi police force asked reporters of the two Saudi TV channels to stop any journalism activity in the country.

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Trump decided to leave troops in Syria after conversations about oil, officials say

Donald Trump was persuaded to leave at least several hundred troops behind in Syria only when he was told that his decision to pull them out would risk control of oil fields in the country’s east, according to U.S. officials.

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No need to renew offensive in northern Syria, Turkey says

Turkey will not be carrying out a new military operation against Kurdish fighters in northern Syria, the country’s defence ministry said, confirming that a fragile five-day ceasefire brokered last week will continue.

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New Zealand battles to rein in blaze at convention centre

New Zealand fire services were battling a massive blaze on Tuesday on the roof of a convention centre being built in the city of Auckland, considered to be the country’s biggest current building project.

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‘It’s not a wave, it’s a tsunami’: Green surge in Swiss election

Support for the Greens has surged in Switzerland’s election, moving politics to the left and putting environmentalists in the mix for a seat in the broad coalition that has governed the country for decades.

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Ayatollah Khamenei reiterates his opposition to developing nuclear weapons

Despite emphasizing the country’s right to develop peaceful nuclear energy, Iranian Supreme Leader has always clearly rejected claims that Iran is after building nuclear weapons. As the US is once again attempting to securitize Iran’s nuclear Issue, Ayatollah Khamenei reiterates Iran’s obligation not to develop nuclear arms.

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Imminent agreement to hand over Aden to Saudi Arabia

UAE-backed separatists and Abdrabbuh Mansur Hadi are about to reach an agreement to end months of tension in the country’s interim capital, Aden, reported Reuters on Monday.

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Iranian commanders highlight the country’s deterrence power in face of the enemies

Facing increasing pressures from the US in various fronts, the Islamic Republic has adopted an overwhelmingly inward approach to deter the threats. High-ranking Iranian military officials highlight this approach in the defense field, saying that the country is at the highest level of its power.

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Israel election: voters head to the polls for second time this year

Israelis have begun voting in the country’s second election this year, following a campaign dominated by Benjamin Netanyahu and his vows to implement a far-right, ultranationalist agenda in exchange for a record fifth term as leader.

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Russia, Iran stress need for continuing efforts to eliminate terrorism

Foreign Ministers of Russia and Iran, Sergey Lavrov and Mohammad Javad Zarif underlined on Monday the need for continuing the efforts to eliminate terrorism in Syria and solve the crisis in the country through Astana formula.

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Talks Between Iran And France Last Ten Hours On Monday

Iran’s embassy in Paris has said in a tweet that talks between the country’s Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi and French officials lasted ten hours on Monday.

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Bangladesh Bans Mobile Phone Access for Rohingya Refugees

Bangladesh released a decree Monday banning telecommunication companies from selling SIM cards or providing mobile phone services to nearly one million Rohingya living in refugee camps in the country’s southern region.

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Parliament’s suspension before Brexit protested across UK

Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s provocative decision to suspend the British Parliament for a time before the country’s deadline for leaving the European Union came under fire Saturday in London and other cities where protesters took to the streets.

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