PRESS TV – Iranian President Seyyed Ebrahim Raeisi said enemies launched “Daesh-like” attacks against the Iranian people and the Islamic Revolution during the recent “riots”, stressing that perpetrators of the attacks against the Iranian security forces will be soon brought to justice.
Raeisi: Enemy’s Daesh-like attacks show extent of savagery
AP – More than 1,000 New York Times journalists and other staff walked off the job for 24 hours Thursday, frustrated by contract negotiations that have dragged on for months in the newspaper's biggest labor dispute in more than 40 years.
New York Times journalists, employees on strike for first time in decades
Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces Major General Mohammad Baqeri says Iran’s powerful presence in the Persian Gulf region has prevented foreign aircraft carriers from maintaining a foothold in the strategic region.
Iran’s top general: U.S. aircraft carriers 1,000km away from country’s southern coasts
War costs for Europe, war benefits for U.S.
EU-U.S. dispute over Ukraine war
President Seyyed Ebrahim Raeisi said the enemy made a “scandalous miscalculation” by instigating the recent riots over the death of a young woman of Kurdish descent in Iran, but the Iranian nation thwarted their plots to stoke insecurity and chaos across the country.
Raeisi: Enemy made ‘scandalous miscalculation’ in instigating riots
REUTERS – Russia's military operation in Ukraine has shown that Europe is too reliant on the United States for its own security, Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin said on Friday.
Ukraine war shows Europe too reliant on U.S.: Finland PM

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