Lai Chi-wai became the first in Hong Kong to climb more than 250 meters of a skyscraper while strapped into a wheelchair as he pulled himself up for more than 10 hours to raise money for spinal cord patients.
In wheelchair, paraplegic Lai Chi-wai climbs up skyscraper in Hong Kong
A team of Nepali climbers have become the first people to summit the world’s second-highest peak, K2, during the winter seasons.
Nepali climbers make history with first winter summit of K2
Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan has said the objective behind levelling accusations against Iran by the US secretary of state is to satisfy the Zionist regime of Israel.
Pakistan PM: Pompeo aims to appease Zionists by making anti-Iran accusations
Islamic Republic of Iran Red Crescent Society (IRSC) announced readiness to render assistance to the victims of a 6.2-Richter earthquake that hit Sulawesi Island in Indonesia early Friday morning.
Iran voices readiness to help quake-hit Indonesia
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif in a message on Thursday congratulated David Zalkaliani for his re-appointment as the Foreign Minister of Georgia.
Zarif congratulates reinstatement of his Georgian counterpart
Iran’s ambassador to Turkmenistan said on Thursday that Tehran- Ashgabat trade ties have tripled since the sixth month of the Iranian calendar (Shahrivar), coincided with Aug 22-Sept 21, 2020, compared to the preceding year.
Iran, Turkmenistan trade up by 300%
Iran has ordered a temporary suspension of activities in a major cryptocurrency mining factory located southeast of the country amid a significant increase in demand for electricity in the country that has resulted in blackouts in the capital Tehran and other major cities.
Iran halts operations at Chinese-Iranian bitcoin farm amid power shortage
South Korea and Iran will continue talks for the release of a seized Korean ship and to resolve the issue of Tehran’s frozen assets in the Asian country, officials in Seoul said on Wednesday.
Iran, South Korea agree to continue talks on frozen assets, seized tanker
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un called for increased military power and greater nuclear war deterrence, state news agency KCNA reported on Wednesday, as a rare ruling party congress came to a close after eight days of policy discussions.
North Korea's Kim calls for stronger military capabilities
Indonesian Navy divers searching the ocean floor on Tuesday recovered the flight data recorder from a Sriwijaya Air jet that crashed into the Java Sea with 62 people on board.
Divers recover 'black box' from crashed Indonesia plane

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