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Over 700 bank accounts blocked in Iran over illegal forex trade
Iran’s intelligence ministry has identified and blocked more than 700 bank accounts that it believes have been used to launder massive proceeds obtained from illegal trading of foreign currencies.
Nearly 70 ICU medics at Spanish hospital test positive for COVID after Christmas party
Nearly 70 nurses and doctors working in the intensive care unit at a Spanish hospital have tested positive for COVID-19 after attending a Christmas party, health authorities said on Monday.
Rohingya sue Facebook over Myanmar genocide
Facebook’s negligence facilitated the genocide of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar after the social media network’s algorithms amplified hate speech and the platform failed to take down inflammatory posts, according to legal action launched in the US and the UK.
Bomb blast leaves dozen dead, many wounded in Iraq’s Basra
At least a dozen people reportedly lost their lives and many more sustained injuries in a powerful bomb attack in the southern Iraqi city of Basra, police and medical sources said.
Israeli airstrikes target Syria's lifeline port
The Israeli regime targeted Syria's principal port city of Latakia with airstrikes, prompting the Arab country to launch defensive action.
UK's handling of Afghanistan evacuations was ‘dysfunctional’, ‘chaotic’: Whistleblower
The UK government’s handling of evacuations from Afghanistan following the Taliban’s takeover in August was “dysfunctional” and “chaotic”, according to a devastating account by a whistleblower.
Omar Khayyam: Polymath that took hold of world with his wisdom
The historic Silk Road city of Neyshabur, which is located in northeastern Iran, was a place of political importance and a prosperous center of arts, crafts, philosophy and trade in medieval times. But the city still sustains its fame today thanks to the master of arts and sciences it raised in the past: Omar Khayyam Neyshaburi, or Omar Khayyam, as most Westerners know him.
Iran FM: ‘No way’ for U.S. to rejoin JCPOA without removing sanctions
China urges U.S. to remove all illegal sanctions on Iran
Yemen targets Saudi Defense Ministry, Aramco in retaliatory operation
Yemen’s Army spokesman on Tuesday revealed details of a large-scale operation in retaliation for the Saudi bombing campaign on Yemen, saying the armed forces attacked Saudi Arabia’s Defense Ministry and the Aramco oil facilities among other targets.
Minister: Transit of goods across Iran improved
Iranian Minister of Roads and Urban Development Rostam Qassemi said on Tuesday that the transit of goods across the country has improved in recent two months.

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