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Iran dismisses reports of maritime incidents as West’s psywar for new adventurism
The Iranian Armed Forces denounced contradictory reports of maritime incidents and hijacking in the Sea of Oman as a Western “psychological warfare” meant to set the ground for new adventurism.
Secret UK motorway that's only 400 metres long and public will never drive on
This is the secret motorway you've probably never heard of, and it's just a stone's throw away from the M5.
UK slammed over 'shocking conditions' for asylum seekers
The UK government was accused Friday of holding asylum seekers and other migrants, including women with babies and children, in "shocking conditions" after they have crossed the Channel in small boats.
UK’s Stonehenge could be next to lose UNESCO World Heritage status
The controversial construction of a tunnel could endanger the status of the Stone Age monument Stonehenge, in England, as a world cultural heritage.
Iran ready to proceed with prisoner swap deal with US, UK: Spokesman
Iran rejected the United States’ denial of an agreement on a humanitarian prisoner exchange, expressing Tehran’s readiness to immediately proceed with the deal already agreed with Washington and London.
Lights, camera, studio space? Lack of production capacity hits UK film industry
The UK needs to build the equivalent of four new film studios to keep up with the ever-increasing demand for new content from streaming giants such as Netflix, or risk losing out on billions of pounds of movie and TV spending to rival markets, according to a report.
Iran’s new UK envoy says economic ties will be high on his agenda
Iran’s new ambassador to the United Kingdom said his top priority will be to work to improve economic relations between Tehran and London.
Iran's new ambassador to UK will arrive in London on Sunday
Iran’s new Ambassador to the United Kingdom (UK) Mohsen Baharvand will arrive in London on Sunday.
Kremlin says ‘provocations’ like UK warship episode demand tough response
A British warship’s entry into Russian territorial waters near Crimea last month is the kind of provocation that demands a tough response, the Kremlin said on Sunday.
UK economy shrinks more than expected in first quarter
Britain's coronavirus-hit economy shrank by slightly more than expected in the first quarter before a subsequent easing of lockdown restrictions, revised official data showed on Wednesday.
Putin: UK warship near Crimea wanted to test Russia's military response
A British warship that Russia says illegally entered its territorial waters near Crimea earlier this month did so to observe in detail how Russian forces would react, President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday.
UK plans to hold asylum seekers in offshore processing centres in Africa
The United Kingdom is planning to introduce legislation that would enable authorities to send asylum seekers abroad for processing in an Australian-style offshore centre, according to media reports.
Tehran firmly protests British police for failing to secure Iranian polling stations in UK
Iran’s Embassy in London has vehemently criticized the British police’s failure in providing security for the Islamic Republic's polling stations across the UK in the 18 June presidential election.
Russian ship fires warning shots at UK warship in Black Sea
A Russian warship fired warning shots and a warplane dropped bombs Wednesday to force a British destroyer from an area in the Black Sea near Crimea.

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