Iran’s foreign minister has said that the United States desperately needs to show support for its anti-Iran struggle so that it calls the personal position of the Secretary General of the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council (PGCC) as a ‘regional consensus.’
Zarif: US desperately needs support for its anti-Iran struggle
A number of vaccines developed in Iran for the novel coronavirus have successfully passed the human tests and are ready for clinical trial, Minister of Health Saeed Namaki said on Wednesday.
Iran’s homegrown COVID-19 vaccines pass human trial phase: Health minister
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said the US measures always have been aimed at destroying the Iran nuclear agreement, stressing that Washington has no right to use the deal’s snapback mechanism.
Rouhani: US has no right to use JCPOA snapback mechanism
Turkey wants to resolve a dispute with Greece over energy exploration in the Eastern Mediterranean through dialogue, Defense Minister Hulusi Akar said on Wednesday, adding that Ankara would defend its “rights and interests” in the region.
Turkey says it wants to resolve dispute with Greece through dialogue
The US Department of State did not fully evaluate the risk of civilian casualties in Yemen when it pushed through a huge 2019 precision-guided munitions sale to Saudi Arabia, a government watchdog’s report said on Tuesday, Reuters reported.
Watchdog finds US did not weigh civilian risks when pushing Saudi arms sales
Police and paramedics were responding Wednesday to a train derailment in northeast Scotland, where smoke could be seen rising from the site. Officials said there were reports of serious injuries.
Scottish leader says injuries reported after train derails
Iran's Health Ministry spokeswoman Sima Sadat Lari said on Wednesday that the coronavirus claimed the lives of 188 more Iranians from Tuesday to Wednesday, bringing the total death toll to 18,988.
Iran’s coronavirus death toll nears 19,000
Russia said on Wednesday the first batch of its COVID-19 vaccine would be ready for some medics within two weeks and rejected as “groundless” safety concerns aired by some experts over Moscow’s rapid approval of the drug.
Russia says medics to get anti-COVID shots in two weeks, rejects safety concerns
Clashes between soldiers and civilians during a disarmament exercise in the central South Sudanese town of Tonj have left 127 dead, the army spokesman said Wednesday.
Clashes between civilians, soldiers leave 127 dead In South Sudan: Army

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