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Over 100 Syrians killed in US-led strikes in a week: SOHR

Over 100 Syrians killed in US-led strikes in a week: SOHR

TEHRAN, August 21 - A so-called monitoring group said more than a dozen civilians have lost their lives in a week as the US-led coalition purportedly fighting the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group conducted a series of aerial assaults in Syria’s militant-held northern city of Raqqah.
China urges US, Japan to play 'constructive role' in promoting peace

China urges US, Japan to play 'constructive role' in promoting peace

TEHRAN, August 21 - China has called on the United States and Japan to play a “constructive role” in promoting peace and stability in the Asia-Pacific region, stressing that military cooperation between Tokyo and Washington must not harm any third party's interests.
Iraqi CTS forces retake 5 villages southwest of Tal Afar from Daesh

Iraqi CTS forces retake 5 villages southwest of Tal Afar from Daesh

TEHRAN, August 21 - Iraqi government forces managed to seize back five villages near Tal Afar as they are battling Daesh Takfiri terrorists in joint operations with allied fighters from the Popular Mobilization Units to push the extremists out of the northern city.
North Koreans protests to UN sanctions

North Koreans protests to UN sanctions

TEHRAN, August 21 - North Koreans have held demonstration to show protest to UN sanctions on the country as tensions are escalating between Washington and Pyongyang on the latter’s nuclear program and missile tests.
Assad: Iran has not let us down

Assad: Iran has not let us down

TEHRAN, August 21 - Syrian President Bashad al-Assad has said his government trusts the Islamic Republic as well as Russia, stressing that “Iran has not let us down.”
ISIL mine kills three Lebanese troops on Syrian border

ISIL mine kills three Lebanese troops on Syrian border

TEHRAN, August 21 - Lebanon army advances against ISIL in border battle and has recaptured two thirds of the territory, says military.
UN concerned over ‘extreme risks’ families face in Tal Afar ops

UN concerned over ‘extreme risks’ families face in Tal Afar ops

TEHRAN, August 21 - The UN has called on all parties involved in operations to free the Iraqi city of Tal Afar from Daesh occupation to avoid civilian casualties
Taliban, Daesh jointly massacred people in Afghan village: UN

Taliban, Daesh jointly massacred people in Afghan village: UN

TEHRAN, August 20 -An investigation team of the United Nations has confirmed that the Taliban and Daesh terrorist groups jointly massacred dozens of people, mostly Shia Hazaras, in an attack that “may amount to a war crime” in a remote northern village in Afghanistan earlier this month.

UAE supports counter-revolutions, paid for Egypt coup: Qatar ambassador

TEHRAN, August 20 - The Qatari Ambassador to Turkey has accused the United Arab Emirates (UAE) of sponsoring “counter-revolutions in the Arab world and revival of dictatorships”, stating that Abu Dhabi has spent millions of dollars for the overthrow of Egypt's first democratically-elected president Mohamed Morsi.
Concerns growing over scale of China’s debts

Concerns growing over scale of China’s debts

TEHRAN, August 20 -A prominent Chinese economist has warned that the country’s growing debt is already affecting not only its domestic economy but would also eventually affect other countries, as well.
Over 100 Syrians killed in US-led strikes in a week: SOHR

Over 100 Syrians killed in US-led strikes in a week: SOHR

TEHRAN, August 21 - A so-called monitoring group said more than a dozen civilians have lost their lives in a week as the US-led coalition purportedly fighting the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group conducted a series of aerial assaults in Syria’s militant-held northern city of Raqqah.
China urges US, Japan to play 'constructive role' in promoting peace

China urges US, Japan to play 'constructive role' in promoting peace

TEHRAN, August 21 - China has called on the United States and Japan to play a “constructive role” in promoting peace and stability in the Asia-Pacific region, stressing that military cooperation between Tokyo and Washington must not harm any third party's interests.
Iraqi CTS forces retake 5 villages southwest of Tal Afar from Daesh

Iraqi CTS forces retake 5 villages southwest of Tal Afar from Daesh

TEHRAN, August 21 - Iraqi government forces managed to seize back five villages near Tal Afar as they are battling Daesh Takfiri terrorists in joint operations with allied fighters from the Popular Mobilization Units to push the extremists out of the northern city.
North Koreans protests to UN sanctions

North Koreans protests to UN sanctions

TEHRAN, August 21 - North Koreans have held demonstration to show protest to UN sanctions on the country as tensions are escalating between Washington and Pyongyang on the latter’s nuclear program and missile tests.
Assad: Iran has not let us down

Assad: Iran has not let us down

TEHRAN, August 21 - Syrian President Bashad al-Assad has said his government trusts the Islamic Republic as well as Russia, stressing that “Iran has not let us down.”
ISIL mine kills three Lebanese troops on Syrian border

ISIL mine kills three Lebanese troops on Syrian border

TEHRAN, August 21 - Lebanon army advances against ISIL in border battle and has recaptured two thirds of the territory, says military.
UN concerned over ‘extreme risks’ families face in Tal Afar ops

UN concerned over ‘extreme risks’ families face in Tal Afar ops

TEHRAN, August 21 - The UN has called on all parties involved in operations to free the Iraqi city of Tal Afar from Daesh occupation to avoid civilian casualties
Taliban, Daesh jointly massacred people in Afghan village: UN

Taliban, Daesh jointly massacred people in Afghan village: UN

TEHRAN, August 20 -An investigation team of the United Nations has confirmed that the Taliban and Daesh terrorist groups jointly massacred dozens of people, mostly Shia Hazaras, in an attack that “may amount to a war crime” in a remote northern village in Afghanistan earlier this month.

UAE supports counter-revolutions, paid for Egypt coup: Qatar ambassador

TEHRAN, August 20 - The Qatari Ambassador to Turkey has accused the United Arab Emirates (UAE) of sponsoring “counter-revolutions in the Arab world and revival of dictatorships”, stating that Abu Dhabi has spent millions of dollars for the overthrow of Egypt's first democratically-elected president Mohamed Morsi.
Concerns growing over scale of China’s debts

Concerns growing over scale of China’s debts

TEHRAN, August 20 -A prominent Chinese economist has warned that the country’s growing debt is already affecting not only its domestic economy but would also eventually affect other countries, as well.