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Iran-Pakistan close ties not pleasant to ill-wishers, third parties: Senior diplomat
Iran’s senior diplomat to Pakistan has reacted to some recent projections of certain Pakistani media against Tehran-Islamabad relations and said expansion of bilateral ties between the two neighboring states is not pleasant to ill-wishers and third parties.
Chabahar to become Iran's third commercial hub
Iran’s Chabahar Port will soon become the third commercial hub of Iran due to its infrastructure, capacities, and strategic position, said the caretaker of the Ministry of Industry, Mines, and Trade.
Idlib reports first COVID-19 case, bracing for fresh disaster
Health care workers in Syria’s Idlib Province near the Turkish border are bracing for fresh disaster after the overcrowded and poverty-stricken area confirmed its first case of COVID-19.
Yemen vows retaliation after Saudi Arabia destroys civilian vessels
The spokesman for Yemen’s Armed Forces censured Saudi Arabia for waging a war against the impoverished Arab country over destruction of two civilian vessels in the strategic Red Sea, vowing that Yemeni troops and allied fighters will respond to the act of aggression.
North Korean leader's sister says another summit with US unlikely
Kim Yo-jong, the sister of North Korea’s leader, said another summit with the US would only be useful for Washington at this point, adding her country had no intention of “threatening the US,” according to state media.
Israeli soldiers kill young Palestinian in West Bank
Israeli forces shot and killed a Palestinian youth, who was reportedly throwing stones at them during clashes between the troops and Palestinian villagers in central occupied West Bank.
Turkish court clears way for Hagia Sophia to be used as mosque again
A Turkish court opened the way on Friday for Hagia Sophia to be restored as a mosque, threatening to set off an international furor around a World Heritage site cherished by Christians and Muslims alike for its religious significance, stunning structure and as a symbol of conquest.
Greece to open its first underwater museum in Alonissos
Greece is set to open its first underwater museum next month, showcasing the wealth of marine life and a historic wreck off the coast of the western Aegean Islands of Alonissos.
Chinese festival to screen Iran’s ‘Mountain’
Iranian short film, ‘Mountain,’ is shortlisted to attend the YVE International Film Festival in China on July 27.
Premier League admits VAR blunders
The Premier League admitted that VAR got penalty decisions wrong in all three matches on Thursday, as frustration mounts over the use of the technology in the English top-flight.
Bullying, abuse in GB gymnastics ‘completely normalized’: British Olympians
Becky and Ellie Downie say bullying and abuse were “completely normalized” and deeply rooted within the culture of gymnastics in the UK.
With one year to go, experts warn of high-risk Tokyo Olympics amid pandemic
With just over a year to go until the Tokyo Olympics, medical experts say the event could pose a grave health risk to the Japanese public, predicting that few people will have coronavirus antibodies and that vaccines will not be widely available.
Champions League last-eight draw throws up possible Barca-Bayern clash
Barcelona and Bayern Munich will meet in the quarterfinals of the UEFA Champions League should both sides make it through, Friday's draw for the final eight confirmed.
Austria repatriates smuggled Iranian antiques
A number of artifacts and antiquities belonging to Iran, which were smuggled to Austria, were returned to Iran’s representative in Austria during a judicial assistance between the two countries.

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