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Saturday ,31 July 2021 (YJC)_Persepolis football team won the Iran Professional League (IPL) title for the fifth time in a row on Friday.
News ID: 52436    Publish Date : 2021/07/31

Monday, 26 October 2020_Whoever wins the presidency on November 3 election in the United States the pressure on Venezuela will continue, an American human rights expert and peace activist says.
News ID: 48941    Publish Date : 2020/10/26

Tehran 11 March_Joe Biden took a vice-like grip on the Democratic nomination race Tuesday with big primary wins in Michigan and other states confirming his growing advantage over leftist Bernie Sanders in the contest to take on President Donald Trump.
News ID: 45398    Publish Date : 2020/03/11

TEHRAN, Nov 25_Hong Kong’s leader vows to “listen humbly” to the people after they turned out in record numbers and voted heavily in favor of opposition candidates in local elections, which went ahead peacefully despite months of violent protests in the semi-autonomous Chinese territory.
News ID: 44322    Publish Date : 2019/11/25

TEHRAN, Feb 28 -British lawmakers have granted Prime Minister Theresa May a two-week reprieve, postponing their threatened rebellion aimed at blocking a no-deal Brexit after she agreed to a possible delay to Britain's departure from the EU.
News ID: 36037    Publish Date : 2019/02/28

TEHRAN, Jan 29 -Online social media users have poked fun at authorities in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) after it emerged that winners of its 2018 “Gender Balance Index” awards were entirely men.
News ID: 34727    Publish Date : 2019/01/29

TEHRAN, Jan 17-Lockheed Martin Corp. has been awarded a $69 million contract for programming upgrades for operational F-35 Lightning II, as well as associated training aircraft.
News ID: 34216    Publish Date : 2019/01/17

TEHRAN, August 5 - An office pool in California has claimed the July 24 Mega Millions jackpot -- the third largest sum in the lottery game's history.
News ID: 26967    Publish Date : 2018/08/05

RIO DE JANEIRO, Oct 26, 2014 (AFP) - Brazilians narrowly voted leftist President Dilma Rousseff back into office on Sunday after a virulent election campaign that split Latin America's biggest economy between poor north and richer south.
News ID: 5375    Publish Date : 2014/10/27