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Muslims scholars demand uprising over US embassy opening in al-Quds

Muslims scholars demand uprising over US embassy opening in al-Quds

TEHRAN, February 25 - An international organization of Muslim scholars headquartered in Qatar has called for a “public and official uprising” against a recent decision by the United States to move its embassy to occupied Jerusalem al-Quds in May.
In warning to US, Erdogan vows to 'break arms and wings' of militants

In warning to US, Erdogan vows to 'break arms and wings' of militants

TEHRAN, February 25 - Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has issued one of his strongest warnings meant for the US, pledging to "break the arms and wings" of Washington-backed militants in Syria.
Villagers flee Kashmir front line as India, Pakistan trade artillery fire

Villagers flee Kashmir front line as India, Pakistan trade artillery fire

TEHRAN, February 25 -India and Pakistan have exchanged artillery fire in the disputed Kashmir region forcing hundreds of people to flee, police in Indian Kashmir said, raising fresh doubts about a 15-year-old ceasefire between the nuclear-armed rivals in the area.
China: New US sanctions threaten cooperation over North Korea

China: New US sanctions threaten cooperation over North Korea

TEHRAN, February 25 -China has demanded the US reverse its decision to impose fresh sanctions on North Korea, saying the "unilateral actions" could undermine cooperation between Beijing and Washington.
Philippines central bank managing excessive volatility as peso trades at 11-year lows

Philippines central bank managing excessive volatility as peso trades at 11-year lows

TEHRAN, February 25 -The Philippines central bank is selling its dollar reserves as a defensive measure to manage excessive volatility driven by speculation against the peso, which is hovering near 11-year lows, the bank’s governor said on Sunday.
Pro-democracy activists rally in Thailand, call for general elections

Pro-democracy activists rally in Thailand, call for general elections

TEHRAN, February 25 -Hundreds of pro-democracy activists have staged peaceful protest rallies in Thailand, calling for general elections in the Southeast Asian country this year after repeated delays imposed by the ruling junta.
Most meat plants across UK breach hygiene, food safety standards: Report

Most meat plants across UK breach hygiene, food safety standards: Report

TEHRAN, February 25 -A new analysis of meat plants across Britain has revealed major food safety and hygiene problems, further indicating that more than half of all audited plants have had at least one “major” violation in the past three years.
German journalist questions Norway’s Olympic success over possible ‘asthma meds abuse’

German journalist questions Norway’s Olympic success over possible ‘asthma meds abuse’

TEHRAN, February 25 -The Olympic success of Norway’s skiing athletes has come under fire after a German investigative reporter accused some athletes of abusing their asthma medication to boost their medal haul.
IOC upholds Russia suspension & ban of national flag at PyeongChang Olympics closing ceremony

IOC upholds Russia suspension & ban of national flag at PyeongChang Olympics closing ceremony

TEHRAN, February 25 -The International Olympic Committee has voted not to lift the suspension of Russia before the closing ceremony of PyeongChang Winter Olympics, prohibiting Russian athletes from appearing under their national tricolor.
Venezuela's Maduro says to recover 70 percent of oil output decline

Venezuela's Maduro says to recover 70 percent of oil output decline

TEHRAN, February 25 -Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro promised on Saturday to recover 70 percent of the country’s lost oil production in the first half of 2018.
Muslims scholars demand uprising over US embassy opening in al-Quds

Muslims scholars demand uprising over US embassy opening in al-Quds

TEHRAN, February 25 - An international organization of Muslim scholars headquartered in Qatar has called for a “public and official uprising” against a recent decision by the United States to move its embassy to occupied Jerusalem al-Quds in May.
In warning to US, Erdogan vows to 'break arms and wings' of militants

In warning to US, Erdogan vows to 'break arms and wings' of militants

TEHRAN, February 25 - Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has issued one of his strongest warnings meant for the US, pledging to "break the arms and wings" of Washington-backed militants in Syria.
Villagers flee Kashmir front line as India, Pakistan trade artillery fire

Villagers flee Kashmir front line as India, Pakistan trade artillery fire

TEHRAN, February 25 -India and Pakistan have exchanged artillery fire in the disputed Kashmir region forcing hundreds of people to flee, police in Indian Kashmir said, raising fresh doubts about a 15-year-old ceasefire between the nuclear-armed rivals in the area.
China: New US sanctions threaten cooperation over North Korea

China: New US sanctions threaten cooperation over North Korea

TEHRAN, February 25 -China has demanded the US reverse its decision to impose fresh sanctions on North Korea, saying the "unilateral actions" could undermine cooperation between Beijing and Washington.
Philippines central bank managing excessive volatility as peso trades at 11-year lows

Philippines central bank managing excessive volatility as peso trades at 11-year lows

TEHRAN, February 25 -The Philippines central bank is selling its dollar reserves as a defensive measure to manage excessive volatility driven by speculation against the peso, which is hovering near 11-year lows, the bank’s governor said on Sunday.
Pro-democracy activists rally in Thailand, call for general elections

Pro-democracy activists rally in Thailand, call for general elections

TEHRAN, February 25 -Hundreds of pro-democracy activists have staged peaceful protest rallies in Thailand, calling for general elections in the Southeast Asian country this year after repeated delays imposed by the ruling junta.
Most meat plants across UK breach hygiene, food safety standards: Report

Most meat plants across UK breach hygiene, food safety standards: Report

TEHRAN, February 25 -A new analysis of meat plants across Britain has revealed major food safety and hygiene problems, further indicating that more than half of all audited plants have had at least one “major” violation in the past three years.
German journalist questions Norway’s Olympic success over possible ‘asthma meds abuse’

German journalist questions Norway’s Olympic success over possible ‘asthma meds abuse’

TEHRAN, February 25 -The Olympic success of Norway’s skiing athletes has come under fire after a German investigative reporter accused some athletes of abusing their asthma medication to boost their medal haul.
IOC upholds Russia suspension & ban of national flag at PyeongChang Olympics closing ceremony

IOC upholds Russia suspension & ban of national flag at PyeongChang Olympics closing ceremony

TEHRAN, February 25 -The International Olympic Committee has voted not to lift the suspension of Russia before the closing ceremony of PyeongChang Winter Olympics, prohibiting Russian athletes from appearing under their national tricolor.
Venezuela's Maduro says to recover 70 percent of oil output decline

Venezuela's Maduro says to recover 70 percent of oil output decline

TEHRAN, February 25 -Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro promised on Saturday to recover 70 percent of the country’s lost oil production in the first half of 2018.