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Iran exports 285 tons of non-oil goods via NW border in six months
Iran has exported some 285 tons of non-oil commodities from Tamarchin customs in northwest of the country in the first half of the current Iranian calendar year (March 20-September 21), said a local official in West Azarbaijan Province.
Lack of COVID help for poor countries will haunt West, says UN aid chief
The West will be haunted for decades to come by its failure to do more to help poor countries cope with the economic and social impact of the COVID-19 crisis, Sir Mark Lowcock, the UN undersecretary-general for humanitarian affairs, warned.
Severe floods hit 760,000 people in West and Central Africa
Nigerien student Hachimou Abdou has had to catch a boat to classes since river water swamped his route to university in the capital Niamey — one of about 760,000 people hit by severe flooding in recent weeks in parts of West and Central Africa.
Zarif: Global developments cannot be resolved merely by West
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Monday said Western states are not able solely to address global developments.
Iran’s pact with China is bad news for the West
By Alam Saleh, Zakiyeh Yazdanshenas*
UN expert: Faced with an assassination similar to Gen. Soleimani’s, West would declare war
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.
Leader: West doesn’t want its virus failures to be seen
Ayatollah Khamenei hails gov’t efforts to fight coronavirus
Iran slams West's uacceptable practice on human rights
Iran's Permanent Mission in the United Nations office and other International organizations in a letter criticized West's unacceptable practice as regard human rights.
East meets West in Asia's cultural capital
Hong Kong, already a crossroads of the world, is becoming a main attraction for the arts, leveraging its potential as a cultural powerhouse with a new purpose-built arts district.
Zarif raps West for supporting 1987 gas attacks on Iran
Iran’s foreign minister censured the West for supporting and the UN Security Council for failing to condemn the deadly gas attacks former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein made on Iranian civilians during the 1980s war.

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