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China says US action on Hong Kong ‘doomed to fail’
China’s official newspaper People’s Daily said US moves to end some trading privileges for Hong Kong “grossly interfere” in China’s internal affairs and are “doomed to fail.”
Russia plans coronavirus vaccine clinical trials in two weeks: Report
Russian scientists plan to start clinical trials within two weeks on a vaccine to combat the novel coronavirus, the country’s health minister was quoted as saying on Saturday.
Afghan chief negotiator says ready for talks with Taliban
A top Afghan official appointed to lead the much-awaited peace talks with the Taliban said Saturday his team was ready to start "at any moment" with the militants.
Israel police kill disabled Palestinian
Israeli police in annexed East Al-Quds on Saturday shot dead a Palestinian with special needs they mistakenly thought was armed with a pistol, Israeli and Palestinian sources said.
Leader appoints Larijani as adviser, member of Expediency Council
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei in a decree on Thursday appointed former Iranian Parliament speaker Ali Larijani as his adviser and also a member of the country’s Expediency Council.
Iran says US must show respect or keep humiliating itself
Iran's Foreign Ministry spokesman said the United States must admit defeat and start respecting the Iranian nation instead of further humiliating itself.
South Korea to export hereditary disease medicine to Iran
South Korea will this week send to Iran $500,000 worth of medicine used to treat a hereditary disease, the South Korean Foreign Ministry said Thursday, in the first such humanitarian exports to the country since the United States tightened sanctions against Iran.
Rouhani: We must be prepared to live with COVID-19 in future
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said the COVID-19 caused by the novel coronavirus is not over yet; however, he said, people should adapt to life under coronavirus in the future.
Virus tolls surge in Americas as Europe reopens
The death toll from the coronavirus spiked again in the United States, and Latin America's pandemic crisis deepened, as Europe's reopening from lockdown grew bolder by the day.
At least 14 Afghan security force members killed in attack claimed by Taliban
Taliban members stormed an Afghan border post Friday, killing at least 14 security force members, the militants and officials said, the latest in a series of attacks since the end of a brief cease-fire.
China slams 'senseless' US move at UN over Hong Kong
China accused the US of taking the UN hostage on Friday over a controversial security law for Hong Kong and warned Western nations to stay out of its internal affairs.
Pakistan plane crashes into Karachi residential area; all 107 on board killed
A passenger plane belonging to state-run Pakistan International Airlines crashed near the southern port city of Karachi on Friday, killing all 107 passengers and crew, the city's mayor said.
Senate Democrats’ letter cautions Israel against unilateral annexation of Palestinian territory
A number of US Senate Democrats led by Senator Chris Murphy, Tim Kaine and Chris Van Hollen expressed grave concern regarding unilateral annexation of Palestinian territory potentially as early as July, saying they would not support such a move which would critically endanger prospects for a negotiated and lasting peace.
Israeli regime a human killing machine by nature: Iran
Western propaganda about Palestine referendum condemned
Iran’s Foreign Ministry condemned Israel’s continued violence and crimes against the Palestinian people, describing the regime as “a human killing machine by nature”.
Fighting COVID-19 as one
During Ramadan, the UN in the Islamic Republic of Iran has continued efforts to assist the government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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