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AEOI: Iran’s scientists ready to counter US bullying
Iran’s top atomic authority said Iranian scientists will confront the United States’ bullying targeting the Islamic Republic’s right to peaceful nuclear energy, asserting that the country will never give up this right in the face of Washington’s one-upmanship.
Kharrazi: Iran will never surrender to US bullying
The head of Iran’s Strategic Council on Foreign Relations, Kamal Kharrazi, said on Friday that over the past 40 years, Iran has shown that it will not give in to the bullying of foreigners, noting that mounting US pressure has made Iranians more determined to continue on their path.
Third of Cambridge University staff 'have experienced bullying'
Nearly a third of staff at the University of Cambridge say they have experienced bullying and harassment in the workplace, according to an internal survey obtained by the Guardian that revealed what one union called ‘a culture of bullying’ in parts of the institution.
Iran urges global action against ‘illegal US bullying’
Iran’s top security official on Tuesday blasted the US for targeting the national identity and sovereignty of the world countries, calling for global resistance against Washington’s “illegal bullying.”
Iran: US ‘bullying behavior’ killing JCPOA
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi warned that the 2015 nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers is coming to an end due to the "bullying behavior of the US”.
Leader: Iran standing firm against enemies’ bullying attempts
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei said the Iranian nation has successfully resisted bullying attempts by arrogant powers thanks to the teachings of the Qur'an, the holy book of Islam.
Group of friends is better protection against bullying than one best friend
New research from the Murdoch Children's Research Institute (MCRI) has found having a group of friends — rather than a best friend — could help to protect children's mental and emotional wellbeing in the face of bullying.
Sibling bullying could have mental health effects
People who, as young kids, either bullied their siblings or were bullied themselves by siblings face an increased risk for psychotic disorders, a new British study suggested.
Parents increasingly fret about bullying
Ask parents what they're most worried about regarding the wellness of their children as a new school year begins, and stress and anxiety are high on the list. So are obesity and lack of exercise, along with smoking and alcohol and drug use.
Bullying in childhood linked to health risk in adulthood
Being a bully or the victim of bullying in childhood can have long-lasting impacts on physical and mental health into adulthood, according to a new study by researchers at the University of Pittsburgh.
Bullying in childhood linked to chronic disease risk in adults
Researchers from the Mayo Clinic have found bullying during childhood may increase a person's chance of developing lifelong health problems from exposure to chronic stress.
Venezuela victim of international bullying: Foreign minister
Venezuelan Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez says Caracas is currently being targeted by rightist international bullies, criticizing the head of the Organization of American States (OAS) for 'meddling in Venezuela's domestic affairs.'
Zarif: Tehran, Caracas share oppose int’l bullying
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif denounced the United States for declaring Venezuela a threat to its national security, saying Tehran and Caracas have same policies for countering threats and use of force.

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