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    With region on edge, Iran kicks off annual air defence drill

    Iran on Tuesday kicked off a massive, two-day air defence drill in the country's sprawling central desert, state TV reported, the latest show of force by the Islamic Republic.

    West Asia
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    Pakistan, Iran discuss strengthening of bilateral ties

    The members of the Iran-Pakistan Parliamentary Friendship Group discussed the strengthening of bilateral relations and the enhancing of parliamentary cooperation.

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    Iran Moves Military Near Tense Azeri Border Over Israeli Presence

    Iran’s military has launched a large military drill near the country’s border with Azerbaijan, in a show of force amid tensions with its neighbouring country partly linked to the latter’s close ties with Israel.

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    Isreal killed Iran’s top nuke scientist with remote-operated machine gun:report

    The New York Times revealed on Saturday that Israeli agents wanted to take out Iran’s top nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh for years, adding that the latter was assassinated by a killer robot machine gun.

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    Hezbollah Brings Iranian Fuel to Lebanon Defying US Sanctions

    The first of several truck convoys carrying one million gallons of Iranian fuel arrived in Lebanon from Syria on Thursday in defiance of US sanctions to help ease crippling fuel shortages

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    US Ban Forces Iran Airliner to Fly 1,000km More to Refuel

    An Iranian passenger plane hovered over Hamburg due to heavy fog for over one hour and then had to fly 1,000 kilometres south to refuel in Milan, as US sanctions prevent western supply companies to sell fuel to Iran Air

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    Iraq summit seeks to mend Middle East fractures

    Officials from around the Middle East began arriving in Baghdad, Iraq, on Friday ahead of a summit aiming to promote peace and reconciliation in the region, including.

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    Russia, Iran & China to Hold Joint Military Excercise In Persian Gulf

    Late in December 2019, Iran, Russia and China staged a four-day joint maritime exercise in the Indian Ocean and the Sea of Oman area covering 17,000 square kilometers

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    Yemen, Hamas pledge support for Syria against foreign aggression

    Yemen’s defense minister has pledged support for the Syrian government in the face of “blatant foreign interference”, praising Damascus for standing up to the aggressive.

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    Hezbollah says Iranian fuel oil ship to sail to Lebanon in hours

    A shipment of Iranian fuel oil will be setting sail for Lebanon, organised by the Lebanese group Hezbollah which has warned its US and Israeli adversaries the ship will be.

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    Iran ups uranium enrichment to 60%

    Iran has established a process to accelerate production of highly enriched uranium, the UN nuclear watchdog said on Tuesday, with talks to save the 2015 nuclear deal at a standstill.

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    The Reality Check

    Israel has started talking tough about going to war with Iran. Then Hezbollah sent a reality check. 2006 will forever haunt Israel as it confronts the fact that, when comes to shove, it's not as capable as it claims to b

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    Russian Assurances Fail To Quell Storm Over ‘Great Power’ Photo in Tehran

    There is an outrage over the Russian and British ambassadors' recreation of an iconic World War II photo taken during the Soviet-British occupation of Iran in 1943.

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    Raisi names US-sanctioned Mokhber as Iran’s vice president

    Iran’s new President Ebrahim Raisi on Sunday named the chairman of a powerful state-owned foundation sanctioned by the United States as his first vice-president, the president’s.

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    Israel threatens Iran with military action

    Israel’s defence minister warned on Thursday that his country is prepared to strike Iran, issuing the threat against the Islamic Republic after a fatal drone strike on a oil tanker at sea that his.

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    Ebrahim Raisi sworn in as Iran’s eighth president

    At the ceremony in the country’s parliament in Tehran on Thursday, Raisi, with a hand on a Quran, read the inauguration oath before adding that he will make Iran stronger and engage with the world.

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    Ebrahim Raeisi becomes Iran’s 8th president

    There was heightened security in Tehran for the ceremony with airports closed for two and a half hours, and traffic restrictions in place on the streets near the venue of the ceremony

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    Iran: Any adventurism will be met with immediate, crushing response

    'The Islamic Republic of Iran will not hesitate, even for a moment, to defend its security and national interests, and will answer any possible adventurism with immediate, powerful and serious action,' he told reporters.

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    Iran to cure cancer using particle therapy

    Iran has carried out the test operation of the first ion therapy or particle therapy system, which uses this synchrotron to accelerate protons or Carbon ions to the speed of light to kill malignant cells.

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    Deadly Attack on Israeli Ship in Gulf was Carried out by Drones

    Iran hasn’t officially commented on the incident. However, al-Alam has cited “sources in the resistance axis,” who claimed that the ship had been targeted in response to recent Israeli strikes

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    New oil terminal gives Iran greater geopolitical power

    The $2 billion Jask terminal officially became operational by loading 300,000 barrels on an oil tanker last Thursday, with President Hassan Rouhani hailing it a "historic day" when Iran.

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    Iran leader urges water protesters not to fall prey to enemy

    Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Friday warned residents of the drought-hit southwest not to give ammunition to the “enemy” after days of protests.

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    Iran opens oil terminal to bypass strategic Strait of Hormuz

    Iran has started loading crude from a new oil export terminal built just outside the Strait of Hormuz, a key waterway which accommodates a fifth of the global oil supply.

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    Your Ignorance Humiliated You In Afghanistan: Iran Leader Tells US

    “This ignorance led America to be humiliated in Afghanistan. After that raucous invasion 20 years ago and after having used weapons and bombs against defenseless people and civilians, it became stuck in a quagmire"

    West Asia

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