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Turkey threatens more attacks on US-allied Kurdish forces

Turkey threatens more attacks on US-allied Kurdish forces

TEHRAN, April 30, YJC - Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has threatened to take further military actions against the US-backed Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) forces in the far northeastern corner of Syria and the militant Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) in northern Iraq, calling on the US administration to put an end to its support for such groups.
EU leaders summit on Brexit

EU leaders summit on Brexit

TEHRAN, April 30, YJC - EU leaders discussed their views on Brexit, warning Britain that any of these members can prevent commercial talks with London in case Britain refuses to guarantee European citizens rights.
Mass protest decries start of U.S. base work off Okinawa

Mass protest decries start of U.S. base work off Okinawa

TEHRAN, April 30, YJC - Thousands of protesters opposing the relocation of a U.S. military base rallied in Okinawa.
Moscow: US freezing Russian IAEA project financing can be regarded as abuse

Moscow: US freezing Russian IAEA project financing can be regarded as abuse

TEHRAN, April 29, YJC - The decision of US banks to freeze a Russian finance tranche of the IAEA could be regarded as an abuse, the Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement Saturday.
Russia raps Montenegrin MPs for bypassing referendum to ratify NATO bid

Russia raps Montenegrin MPs for bypassing referendum to ratify NATO bid

TEHRAN, April 29, YJC -Russia has slammed the ratification of Montenegro’s membership in the NATO military alliance through a legislative vote rather than a referendum, describing it as a “violation of all democratic norms.”
Turkey, Russia ‘agree in principle’ on S-400 deal

Turkey, Russia ‘agree in principle’ on S-400 deal

TEHRAN, April 29, YJC - Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu says Ankara and Moscow have “agreed in principle” on a deal for the purchase of the advanced Russian-made S-400 long-range air missile defense system.
Macron would be ‘strong’ president for France: German chancellor

Macron would be ‘strong’ president for France: German chancellor

TEHRAN, April 29, YJC - Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Friday that Emmanuel Macron would be a strong president for France and she hoped he would win a run-off on May 7 against far-right leader Marine Le Pen.
World’s most beautiful caves

World’s most beautiful caves

TEHRAN, April 28, YJC - In this news report, we are taking a look at world’s most beautiful caves in various countries.
New DARPA project seeks to electrically rewire human brains

New DARPA project seeks to electrically rewire human brains

TEHRAN, April 28, YJC - The brain is often compared to a computer, a thrumming mass of circuitry, software and wires. If that's the case, it's surely possible to rewire it - to ensure mankind's onboard central processing unit is the best it can be.
Belgium regrets backing Saudi Arabia on UN rights panel

Belgium regrets backing Saudi Arabia on UN rights panel

TEHRAN, April 28, YJC - Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel has regretted a decision by his country to back Saudi Arabia on a United Nations committee on women’s rights.
Turkey threatens more attacks on US-allied Kurdish forces

Turkey threatens more attacks on US-allied Kurdish forces

TEHRAN, April 30, YJC - Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has threatened to take further military actions against the US-backed Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) forces in the far northeastern corner of Syria and the militant Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) in northern Iraq, calling on the US administration to put an end to its support for such groups.
EU leaders summit on Brexit

EU leaders summit on Brexit

TEHRAN, April 30, YJC - EU leaders discussed their views on Brexit, warning Britain that any of these members can prevent commercial talks with London in case Britain refuses to guarantee European citizens rights.
Mass protest decries start of U.S. base work off Okinawa

Mass protest decries start of U.S. base work off Okinawa

TEHRAN, April 30, YJC - Thousands of protesters opposing the relocation of a U.S. military base rallied in Okinawa.
Moscow: US freezing Russian IAEA project financing can be regarded as abuse

Moscow: US freezing Russian IAEA project financing can be regarded as abuse

TEHRAN, April 29, YJC - The decision of US banks to freeze a Russian finance tranche of the IAEA could be regarded as an abuse, the Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement Saturday.
Russia raps Montenegrin MPs for bypassing referendum to ratify NATO bid

Russia raps Montenegrin MPs for bypassing referendum to ratify NATO bid

TEHRAN, April 29, YJC -Russia has slammed the ratification of Montenegro’s membership in the NATO military alliance through a legislative vote rather than a referendum, describing it as a “violation of all democratic norms.”
Turkey, Russia ‘agree in principle’ on S-400 deal

Turkey, Russia ‘agree in principle’ on S-400 deal

TEHRAN, April 29, YJC - Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu says Ankara and Moscow have “agreed in principle” on a deal for the purchase of the advanced Russian-made S-400 long-range air missile defense system.
Macron would be ‘strong’ president for France: German chancellor

Macron would be ‘strong’ president for France: German chancellor

TEHRAN, April 29, YJC - Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Friday that Emmanuel Macron would be a strong president for France and she hoped he would win a run-off on May 7 against far-right leader Marine Le Pen.
World’s most beautiful caves

World’s most beautiful caves

TEHRAN, April 28, YJC - In this news report, we are taking a look at world’s most beautiful caves in various countries.
New DARPA project seeks to electrically rewire human brains

New DARPA project seeks to electrically rewire human brains

TEHRAN, April 28, YJC - The brain is often compared to a computer, a thrumming mass of circuitry, software and wires. If that's the case, it's surely possible to rewire it - to ensure mankind's onboard central processing unit is the best it can be.
Belgium regrets backing Saudi Arabia on UN rights panel

Belgium regrets backing Saudi Arabia on UN rights panel

TEHRAN, April 28, YJC - Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel has regretted a decision by his country to back Saudi Arabia on a United Nations committee on women’s rights.