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Iran: IAEA should avoid ‘wrong, biased reports’
Iran on Monday urged the UN nuclear agency not to disrupt constructive cooperation between the Islamic Republic and the organization with “wrong and biased reports”, a day after the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) accused Tehran of non-cooperation.
Iran reports 69% year-on-year surge in three-month non-oil exports
Figures by the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration (IRICA) pertaining to the quarter to June 21 shows that the country raised its non-oil exports during the period by over two-thirds compared to the same period in 2020.
US reports over 4,000 daily coronavirus deaths for first time
The US reported more than 4,000 COVID-19 deaths on Thursday — the most virus-related deaths the country has reported in one day since the pandemic's start.
Iran denies reports of temporary lifting of part of sanctions
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman denied reports about temporary lifting of part of sanctions against the Islamic Republic, stressing that according to the Iran nuclear deal, the United States is required to lift all sanctions reimposed on Tehran following its pullout from the agreement.
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.
Iran reports more coronavirus fatalities, cases, recoveries
Iran’s Health Ministry said on Monday that the numbers of deaths, infections, and recoveries have soared during the past 24 hours.
South Africa reports first case of local transmission of coronavirus
South Africa reported the first case of local transmission of the coronavirus on Thursday, fuelling concerns that sub-Saharan African health systems could be overwhelmed if local transmission accelerates.
Iran reports new high in adding hospital beds with 8,100 in one year
Iranian authorities say for a first time in four decades the country is adding 8,100 hospital beds to further expand a healthcare system that is lagging behind in some remote areas.
Explosions hit two large tankers in Sea of Oman
Media reports say two large tankers have been hit by explosions in the Sea of Oman.

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