Iran and Kuwait called for the continuation of consultations between the two neighboring countries.
Iran, Kuwait FMs call for constant consultations
A UN special rapporteur, who has raised a firestorm by condemning the assassination of Iranian Lieutenant General Qassem Soleimani, has once again denounced the United States' sheer disregard for international law.
UN expert: Faced with an assassination similar to Gen. Soleimani’s, West would declare war
On fifth anniversary of Iran nuclear deal:
Iran's Foreign Ministry said that the 2015 nuclear deal was the product of Iran's openness to engagement, stressing that since its foundation, the Islamic Republic has always been open to dialogue on critical issues.
Foreign Ministry says JCPOA product of Iran’s openness to engagement
Bahrain’s highest court upheld the death penalty against two men charged with killing a policeman, despite international concern over confessions that rights groups say were extracted through torture.
Bahrain to execute two activists despite concerns over torture
Iran reported on Monday more than 200 new coronavirus fatalities that took the overall toll in the West Asia’s deadliest outbreak beyond 13,000.
Ministry: Iran’s coronavirus death toll tops 13,000
Latin America surged past the US and Canada to become the world's second worst-hit region for virus deaths on Monday as a Spanish court blocked a move to lock down some 200,000 people.
Latin America virus deaths pass US as Spain lockdown blocked
Yemeni forces carried out a major military operation against military and strategic positions in southwestern Saudi Arabia, a military spokesman said.
Yemeni forces carry out retaliatory attacks on strategic positions in Saudi Arabia
Mali's worried allies and neighbors appealed for restraint and dialogue as the country's deepening political crisis spirals into bloodshed.
International appeal for calm in Mali after protest deaths
Firefighters on land, in the air and on the water on Monday battled a blaze on a US Navy ship that injured at least 21 people and sent smoke billowing over San Diego.
Fire aboard US Navy ship in San Diego injures 21 people
Polish President Andrzej Duda squeezed past his Europhile rival to win reelection, official results showed on Monday, but the narrow victory puts his allies in the right-wing Law and Justice (PiS) party government on the back foot.
Poland's president narrowly wins election

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