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War with Western media empire to continue unabated: IRIB World Service CEO
The war with the Western media empire will go on unabated and at full throttle, said the head of the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB) World Service.
Russian firm says will continue military, technical cooperation with Iran
A senior Russian arms exporter said his country is firmly determined to continue military and technical cooperation with Iran, while strictly observing international law and the two countries' regulations, after the termination of a decade-long UN arms embargo on Tehran.
Top general: Iran to continue pounding terrorists in northern Iraq
Iran’s military strikes against terrorist groups, stationed in northern Iraq, that have been in progress over the past two weeks will remain in place and may expand, warned the chief of staff of the Iranian Armed Forces.
Clashes continue in Spain over virus restrictions for second night
Police in Spain made dozens of arrests during clashes with protestors for a second consecutive night as demonstrators took to the streets to denounce the new coronavirus restrictions.
Iran’s envoy: IAEA verification activities continue in Iran
Iran’s ambassador to the international organizations in Vienna said the UN atomic agency’s monitoring and verification of the implementation of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal continues in the country.
Lake Urmia revival continues
The revival of Iran’s Lake Urmia is continuing as the level of water has increased to five billion cubic meters because of sustained heavy rains in the past two months.
Manafort legal woes to continue with DC sentencing next week
Thursday’s sentencing of Paul Manafort to 47 months in prison hardly brings the former Trump campaign chairman’s legal matters to a close.
India gets US waiver to continue Iran oil imports
Officials in New Delhi say the United States has agreed to grant India a waiver from Iran sanctions so that the country would be able to maintain imports of crude oil from the Islamic Republic.
South Korea's childbirths continue to decline in August
The number of newborns in South Korea fell again in August, government data showed Wednesday, in the latest sign of the chronically low birthrate that has plagued Asia's fourth-largest economy for more than a decade.

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