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Efforts to pass anti-Iranian resolution threaten diplomacy
Iran’s deputy Foreign Minister described any efforts to pass anti-Iranian resolution by the United Nation nuclear watchdog’s Board of Governors as unconstructive.
Tehran to respond strongly to any anti-Iran resolution by IAEA BoG
Rapporteur for Iranian Parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Commission Abolfazl Amouei on Monday said Tehran will strongly react if the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Board of Governors issues an anti-Iran resolution.
Anti-PM protesters barge into gov’t building in Armenian capital
A group of Armenian protesters barged into a government building in the capital chanting for Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan to quit as rival rallies were held later on Monday.
Former French president Sarkozy sentenced to jail in corruption trial
A French court found former president Nicolas Sarkozy guilty on Monday of trying to bribe a judge and influence peddling, making him the second head of state in modern-day France to be convicted of corruption.
Myanmar court files more charges against Suu Kyi
A Myanmar court filed two more charges against ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Monday, a lawyer acting for her said, as protesters marched in defiance of a crackdown by security forces that killed at least 18 people the previous day.
Japan’s public warned to be wary of scams involving COVID-19 pandemic
The Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department (TMPD) is advising the public to be on the alert against suspicious phone calls from scam artists taking advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic.
China enacts new regulations banning corporal punishment, verbal abuse in schools
China's new rules governing school disciplinary methods came into force on Monday, banning physical punishment and verbal abuse in primary and secondary schools.
UK aid charities warn of famine as COVID-19 hits poorer nations
A coalition of UK aid agencies warned Monday that the COVID-19 pandemic is worsening the “dire humanitarian” crisis in fragile states and raising the risk of famine, including in Yemen.
Portion of male births of newborns in South Korea hit record low last year
The portion of male births of the total newborns in South Korea declined to a record low last year, data showed on Monday, in the latest sign that traditional preference for male children has waned.
Iran seriously concerned over presence of Takfiri terrorists in Karabakh
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Seyyed Abbas Araqchi expressed “serious concern” about the presence of Takfiri terrorist groups in the Nagorno-Karabakh region – the scene of recent deadly clashes between Armenia and Azerbaijan.
Wales bans smoking at hospitals, schools, playgrounds
Wales became the first of the UK nations to make it illegal to smoke on hospital and school grounds, public playgrounds and other outdoor day care and childminding settings.
Iran reports three-digit daily death toll after weeks
The daily death toll from the coronavirus pandemic in Iran notched above 100 on Monday, returning to a three-digit number after several weeks.
Iran ‘categorically’ rejects role in Israeli ship explosion
Iran’s Foreign Ministry “categorically” rejected the Tel Aviv regime’s allegation of Iran’s involvement in a recent explosion on an Israeli-owned ship in the Sea of Oman.
India urged to provide refuge to Rohingya adrift at sea
Human Rights Watch and Rohingya Muslim refugees in India urged the government on Monday to provide refuge to 81 Rohingya people whose boat has been drifting in the Andaman Sea for over two weeks.
Trump repeats election lies, raps disloyal Republicans, and hints at 2024 run
Former US president Donald Trump hinted on Sunday at a possible presidential run in 2024, attacked President Joe Biden and repeated his fraudulent claims he won the 2020 election in his first major appearance since leaving the White House nearly six weeks ago.

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