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Iran holds funeral for former Armed Forces chief of staff
A funeral procession was held for former chief of staff of the Iranian Armed Forces Major General Hassan Firouzabadi, who passed away on Friday.
Tokyo's famed Tsukiji fishmarket holds last auction before move
Tokyo fishmongers gathered before dawn on Saturday for one final tuna auction at the world-famous Tsukiji market before it closed its doors to move to a new site.
Ancient Austrian mine holds Bronze Age secrets
All mines need regular reinforcement against collapse, and Hallstatt, the world's oldest salt mine perched in the Austrian Alps, is no exception.
Gold holds near 3½ month highs; Trump economic policy in focus
Gold prices held firm on Monday near 3½ month highs hit in the previous session, with investors waiting for greater clarity on US President Donald Trump's economic policy.
Aston Villa holds talks with Bruce
Former Birmingham City boss Steve Bruce has held talks with Aston Villa and remains favorite to fill the team's managerial vacancy.
Bruce holds talks over England job
Hull boss Steve Bruce held talks with the Football Association over the vacant England manager's job, several media outlets reported Tuesday.
Iran holds literacy courses for foreign nationals
Iran’s Literacy Movement Organization (LMO) intends to hold literacy courses for 13,730 foreign nationals, particularly Afghans, during the year to mid-March 2017, said the organization’s head.
Iceland holds Portugal; Hungary stuns Austria
Portugal-Iceland and Hungary-Austria Euro 2016 games were against the odds as the minnow Iceland fought the Ronaldo-powered side to a 1-1 stalemate and Hungary took the optimal advantage of its rare chances to celebrate a 2-0 win.
Man Utd holds day two of Mourinho talks
Manchester United was locked in a second day of talks with Jose Mourinho's agents on Wednesday, hammering out a deal to sweep the controversial Portuguese boss into Old Trafford.
Iran Navy holds massive maritime parade, ends major drills
Iran’s naval forces have staged a maritime parade in the Sea of Oman, marking the end of large-scale naval drills in the country's southern waters where they successfully hit and destroyed mock enemy targets.
Russia holds biggest trade exhibit in Iran
Representatives of 80 leading Russian companies, including plane manufacturers and energy majors, are showcasing their products in Tehran in the biggest foreign display of the kind ever held in Iran.
Japan holds local elections seen as test of Abe’s economic policies
Japan has started local elections also viewed by Tokyo as a referendum on Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s economic policies known as “Abenomics.”
North Korea holds drills ahead of South-US war games
North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un has commanded a military exercise simulating an attack and capture of a frontline island in the South ahead of a new round of annual joint US-South Korea war games.

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