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US to nominate new ambassador to Mexico

US to nominate new ambassador to Mexico

TEHRAN, Mar 19 - Donald Trump will nominate a Washington attorney, Christopher Landau, to be the next United States Ambassador to Mexico, the White House Press Office said on Monday.
Boeing faces growing pressure over Ethiopian crash probe

Boeing faces growing pressure over Ethiopian crash probe

TEHRAN, Mar 18 -US plane maker Boeing, the world’s largest aviation company, is facing escalating pressure after Ethiopia said flight recorded data showed "clear similarities" between last week's Ethiopian Airlines crash and that of Indonesia's Lion Air five months earlier.
US 'flagrant' support for terrorism must stop: Syria

US 'flagrant' support for terrorism must stop: Syria

TEHRAN, Mar 18 -The Syrian Foreign Ministry has vehemently lambasted the US administration’s support for terrorist organizations and war crimes in Syria, stressing that the move would fail to undermine Syria’s determination in combating terrorism and the foreign occupation until the last inch of its territory is liberated.
US stance against Hashd Sha’abi forces violates Iraqi sovereignty: Lawmaker

US stance against Hashd Sha’abi forces violates Iraqi sovereignty: Lawmaker

TEHRAN, Mar 17 - An Iraqi legislator has condemned recent remarks by US State Department Deputy Spokesperson Robert Palladino against pro-government Popular Mobilization Units (PMU), describing them as “prejudicial” and “in violation of the sovereignty of Iraq.”
US-led airstrikes claim 10 more civilian lives in Syria’s Dayr al-Zawr

US-led airstrikes claim 10 more civilian lives in Syria’s Dayr al-Zawr

TEHRAN, Mar 17 - Nearly a dozen civilians have lost their lives when the US-led coalition purportedly fighting the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group conducted a series of airstrikes in Syria’s embattled eastern province of Dayr al-Zawr.
Nicaraguan police target political opponents with tear gas for attempted protest

Nicaraguan police target political opponents with tear gas for attempted protest

TEHRAN, Mar 17 - Riot police in Nicaragua used tear gas against opposition demonstrators and reporters on Saturday, temporarily detaining over a hundred people after they attempted to protest for the release of opponents to President Daniel Ortega's government.
Error in payment system makes US taxpayers return millions

Error in payment system makes US taxpayers return millions

TEHRAN, Mar 17 - Taxpayers in the US state of Louisiana got an unexpected windfall when a computer error issued their tax refunds a second time, local media reported on Saturday.
Top US diplomat to visit Mideast next week to push anti-Iran message

Top US diplomat to visit Mideast next week to push anti-Iran message

TEHRAN, Mar 16 - US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will start a five-day tour of the Middle East next week, where he will discuss security issues in the region and emphasize the “threat” from Iran, according to the US State Department.
Journalist slams Trump’s ignorance on right-wing white extremism

Journalist slams Trump’s ignorance on right-wing white extremism

TEHRAN, Mar 16 - American journalist Don Lemon has denounced US President Donald Trump’s ignorance after he said he did not see a rise in right-wing white extremism in the aftermath of a terrorist attack by a heavily armed white supremacist at two New Zealand mosques on Friday that killed 49 people.
Clashes erupt at anti-police brutality protest in Montreal

Clashes erupt at anti-police brutality protest in Montreal

TEHRAN, Mar 16 - Clashes erupted in Montreal on Friday, as hundreds of protesters took to the streets for the annual protest against police brutality.
US to nominate new ambassador to Mexico

US to nominate new ambassador to Mexico

TEHRAN, Mar 19 - Donald Trump will nominate a Washington attorney, Christopher Landau, to be the next United States Ambassador to Mexico, the White House Press Office said on Monday.
Boeing faces growing pressure over Ethiopian crash probe

Boeing faces growing pressure over Ethiopian crash probe

TEHRAN, Mar 18 -US plane maker Boeing, the world’s largest aviation company, is facing escalating pressure after Ethiopia said flight recorded data showed "clear similarities" between last week's Ethiopian Airlines crash and that of Indonesia's Lion Air five months earlier.
US 'flagrant' support for terrorism must stop: Syria

US 'flagrant' support for terrorism must stop: Syria

TEHRAN, Mar 18 -The Syrian Foreign Ministry has vehemently lambasted the US administration’s support for terrorist organizations and war crimes in Syria, stressing that the move would fail to undermine Syria’s determination in combating terrorism and the foreign occupation until the last inch of its territory is liberated.
US stance against Hashd Sha’abi forces violates Iraqi sovereignty: Lawmaker

US stance against Hashd Sha’abi forces violates Iraqi sovereignty: Lawmaker

TEHRAN, Mar 17 - An Iraqi legislator has condemned recent remarks by US State Department Deputy Spokesperson Robert Palladino against pro-government Popular Mobilization Units (PMU), describing them as “prejudicial” and “in violation of the sovereignty of Iraq.”
US-led airstrikes claim 10 more civilian lives in Syria’s Dayr al-Zawr

US-led airstrikes claim 10 more civilian lives in Syria’s Dayr al-Zawr

TEHRAN, Mar 17 - Nearly a dozen civilians have lost their lives when the US-led coalition purportedly fighting the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group conducted a series of airstrikes in Syria’s embattled eastern province of Dayr al-Zawr.
Nicaraguan police target political opponents with tear gas for attempted protest

Nicaraguan police target political opponents with tear gas for attempted protest

TEHRAN, Mar 17 - Riot police in Nicaragua used tear gas against opposition demonstrators and reporters on Saturday, temporarily detaining over a hundred people after they attempted to protest for the release of opponents to President Daniel Ortega's government.
Error in payment system makes US taxpayers return millions

Error in payment system makes US taxpayers return millions

TEHRAN, Mar 17 - Taxpayers in the US state of Louisiana got an unexpected windfall when a computer error issued their tax refunds a second time, local media reported on Saturday.
Top US diplomat to visit Mideast next week to push anti-Iran message

Top US diplomat to visit Mideast next week to push anti-Iran message

TEHRAN, Mar 16 - US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will start a five-day tour of the Middle East next week, where he will discuss security issues in the region and emphasize the “threat” from Iran, according to the US State Department.
Journalist slams Trump’s ignorance on right-wing white extremism

Journalist slams Trump’s ignorance on right-wing white extremism

TEHRAN, Mar 16 - American journalist Don Lemon has denounced US President Donald Trump’s ignorance after he said he did not see a rise in right-wing white extremism in the aftermath of a terrorist attack by a heavily armed white supremacist at two New Zealand mosques on Friday that killed 49 people.
Clashes erupt at anti-police brutality protest in Montreal

Clashes erupt at anti-police brutality protest in Montreal

TEHRAN, Mar 16 - Clashes erupted in Montreal on Friday, as hundreds of protesters took to the streets for the annual protest against police brutality.