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Iran, six other states urge probe into case of indigenous mass grave in Canada
Iran, China, Russia, and several other countries have called for an independent probe into the case of a mass grave that was discovered at the site of a boarding school in Canada last month and that contained the remains of more than 200 indigenous children.
Yemeni children slam UN for ‘whitewashing’ Saudi crimes against them
Yemeni children denounced the United Nations’ support for the Saudi-led coalition, after it failed to single out Riyadh and its allies for their crimes against children in the war-torn country in its latest report, saying that the world body has, through its actions, made itself their enemy.
North Korea warns U.S. misinterpreting signals risks disappointment
A top North Korean official warned the United States on Tuesday not to misinterpret comments by her leader, saying doing so would end in disappointment.
Iran-Azerbaijan relations to develop on upward trajectory: Ambassador
The foundation of the development of relations between Iran and Azerbaijan is laid in such a way that there will be no change in these relations with the change of governments, the Iranian Ambassador to Azerbaijan Seyyed Abbas Mousavi told Trend.
BAFTA sets date for 2022 film awards
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts set March 13, 2022 for its next EE British Academy Film Awards ceremony. As per norm, the event will fall two weeks before the Academy Awards which are due on March 27.
Motion Picture Academy chooses 2021-22 governors; women dominate newly elected class
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced its newly elected 2021–2022 Board of Governors. Among the first-timers is Rita Wilson for the Actors Branch, while Oscar- and Emmy-winning director Susanne Bier returns for a new term in the Directors Branch, as does two-time Oscar show producer Jennifer Todd for the Producers Branch. Seven out of 12 governors elected for the first time are women, as are three out of four returning governors.
EU launches antitrust probe against Google over online ads
The EU launched a wide-ranging antitrust probe against Google Tuesday over concerns that it is using its technology to keep out rivals in the lucrative online advertising market.
Four Iranian books among best in Russia
Four Iranian books from Sadra Publication, which is affiliated with Avicenna Scientific and Cultural Foundation, were among top Russian books of the year.
Iran, Qatar confer on expanding bilateral ties
Heads of Iran-Qatar Joint Economic Commission held a meeting via videoconferencing and emphasized the development of cooperation between the two countries.
Global market begins to make room for Iranian oil
The market has begun making room for Iran’s oil even as reports from Vienna have a dim view of the US folding back all its sanctions imposed on Tehran under the Trump administration.

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