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Russia not to take part in talks to amend JCPOA

Russia not to take part in talks to amend JCPOA

TEHRAN, October 22 - Russia has said it is confident that Iran is fulfilling all its obligations under a multilateral agreement on its nuclear programme and will not take part in any talks on amending the deal.
Billionaire Babis becomes Czech’s prime minister

Billionaire Babis becomes Czech’s prime minister

TEHRAN, October 22 -The centrist party of Czech billionaire Andrej Babis has scored a victory in the country’s parliamentary elections, winning almost 30 percent of the votes, amid allegations of fraud and a corruption scandal.
British troops used to promote weapon sales to Persian Gulf regimes: Report

British troops used to promote weapon sales to Persian Gulf regimes: Report

TEHRAN, October 22 - The British government has been accused of using its soldiers to demonstrate and promote weapon sales to Persian Gulf Arab kingdoms amid their continued involvement in the Saudi-led military aggression in Yemen that has left thousands of civilian casualties.
Spain to dismiss Catalan government, hold new elections: Prime Minister

Spain to dismiss Catalan government, hold new elections: Prime Minister

TEHRAN, October 21 - Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has announced Madrid’s decision to dismiss Catalonia's separatist government and hold fresh elections in the region in a bid to prevent Catalan leaders from declaring independence.
Italian actress accuses Weinstein of rape

Italian actress accuses Weinstein of rape

TEHRAN, October 21 - An Italian model and actress who says Harvey Weinstein raped her after dragging her into the bathroom of her hotel suite in Beverly Hills in 2013 spoke out about the attack Friday, through her lawyer Dave Ring.
Former UK deputy PM describes Brexit as a ‘disaster’

Former UK deputy PM describes Brexit as a ‘disaster’

TEHRAN, October 21 - A former UK deputy prime minister, who has been a vocal critic of leaving the European Union, says he still has friends in the Conservative Party of Prime Minister Theresa May who back his idea of killing Brexit.
Russian Air Force destroys base filled with Al-Qaeda commanders in Idlib

Russian Air Force destroys base filled with Al-Qaeda commanders in Idlib

TEHRAN, October 21 - The Russian Air Force destroyed an entire base filled with several Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham field commanders in the Idlib.
Israeli media begs US to prepare for a war with Syria, Russia, Iran

Israeli media begs US to prepare for a war with Syria, Russia, Iran

TEHRAN, October 21 - Israeli media has reached the new moral low of openly begging the United States to prepare for war in Syria
France to update firms on doing business with Iran

France to update firms on doing business with Iran

TEHRAN, October 21 - French businesses will meet with foreign and finance ministry officials this week to get better acquainted with the possible consequences of Trump’s decertification of Iran nuclear deal on doing business with Tehran.
Iran cannot count on Europe to retaliate against America: Shireen Hunter

Iran cannot count on Europe to retaliate against America: Shireen Hunter

TEHRAN, October 21 - "Despite some voices raised in America against the decertification, many in Congress--both Republican and Democrat --have been against JCPOA.”
Russia not to take part in talks to amend JCPOA

Russia not to take part in talks to amend JCPOA

TEHRAN, October 22 - Russia has said it is confident that Iran is fulfilling all its obligations under a multilateral agreement on its nuclear programme and will not take part in any talks on amending the deal.
Billionaire Babis becomes Czech’s prime minister

Billionaire Babis becomes Czech’s prime minister

TEHRAN, October 22 -The centrist party of Czech billionaire Andrej Babis has scored a victory in the country’s parliamentary elections, winning almost 30 percent of the votes, amid allegations of fraud and a corruption scandal.
British troops used to promote weapon sales to Persian Gulf regimes: Report

British troops used to promote weapon sales to Persian Gulf regimes: Report

TEHRAN, October 22 - The British government has been accused of using its soldiers to demonstrate and promote weapon sales to Persian Gulf Arab kingdoms amid their continued involvement in the Saudi-led military aggression in Yemen that has left thousands of civilian casualties.
Spain to dismiss Catalan government, hold new elections: Prime Minister

Spain to dismiss Catalan government, hold new elections: Prime Minister

TEHRAN, October 21 - Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has announced Madrid’s decision to dismiss Catalonia's separatist government and hold fresh elections in the region in a bid to prevent Catalan leaders from declaring independence.
Italian actress accuses Weinstein of rape

Italian actress accuses Weinstein of rape

TEHRAN, October 21 - An Italian model and actress who says Harvey Weinstein raped her after dragging her into the bathroom of her hotel suite in Beverly Hills in 2013 spoke out about the attack Friday, through her lawyer Dave Ring.
Former UK deputy PM describes Brexit as a ‘disaster’

Former UK deputy PM describes Brexit as a ‘disaster’

TEHRAN, October 21 - A former UK deputy prime minister, who has been a vocal critic of leaving the European Union, says he still has friends in the Conservative Party of Prime Minister Theresa May who back his idea of killing Brexit.
Russian Air Force destroys base filled with Al-Qaeda commanders in Idlib

Russian Air Force destroys base filled with Al-Qaeda commanders in Idlib

TEHRAN, October 21 - The Russian Air Force destroyed an entire base filled with several Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham field commanders in the Idlib.
Israeli media begs US to prepare for a war with Syria, Russia, Iran

Israeli media begs US to prepare for a war with Syria, Russia, Iran

TEHRAN, October 21 - Israeli media has reached the new moral low of openly begging the United States to prepare for war in Syria
France to update firms on doing business with Iran

France to update firms on doing business with Iran

TEHRAN, October 21 - French businesses will meet with foreign and finance ministry officials this week to get better acquainted with the possible consequences of Trump’s decertification of Iran nuclear deal on doing business with Tehran.
Iran cannot count on Europe to retaliate against America: Shireen Hunter

Iran cannot count on Europe to retaliate against America: Shireen Hunter

TEHRAN, October 21 - "Despite some voices raised in America against the decertification, many in Congress--both Republican and Democrat --have been against JCPOA.”