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Iran’s MSC breaks own daily steel output after energy restrictions lifted: CEO
The Mobarakeh Steel Company (MSC) in central Iranian province of Isfahan set a new daily production of 146 batches equal to 26,100 tons of slabs, announced the company managing director on Friday.
Scotland records highest number of daily COVID cases
Scotland recorded the highest number of daily COVID cases since the pandemic began, as Nicola Sturgeon issued a plea to the UK vaccines watchdog to reach a decision on vaccination of 12- to 16-year-olds quickly.
July 2021 was world's hottest month on record: US agency
July was the hottest month globally ever recorded, a US scientific agency said Friday, in the latest data to sound the alarm about the climate crisis.
Russia reports record 815 COVID-19 deaths for second day in a row
Russia on Friday recorded its highest daily coronavirus death toll for a second day running.
US man balances garden hoe on head for over 2 1/2 hours for Guinness record
A serial Guinness World Record breaker in Idaho, the US, reclaimed a title by balancing a garden hoe on his head for two hours, 36 minutes and six seconds.
World shares cling near record highs
World stocks clung close to record highs on Monday as worries about the Delta variant of COVID-19 offset positive sentiment from surging euro zone business activity and a welcome U.S. jobs report.
Russia sets another COVID record as world battles Delta variant
Russia reported its fifth record for daily COVID-19 deaths in a row on Saturday, as countries around the world rush to contain the rapid spread of the highly contagious Delta variant.
Moscow, St. Petersburg post record daily virus deaths
Russia’s main coronavirus hotspots, Moscow and Saint Petersburg, reached new pandemic highs for COVID-19 deaths on Monday, as the country battles a surging third wave driven by the Delta variant.
Moscow COVID cases soar to record high
New coronavirus infections hit a pandemic high in Moscow on Friday, tripling in just weeks and forcing Russia's capital to close its Euro fan zone and extend other curbs.
Eurozone business growth hits three-year high on services resurgence
Eurozone business growth accelerated at its fastest pace in over three years in May, as a strong resurgence in the bloc’s reopening service industry added to the impetus from an already-booming manufacturing sector, a survey showed on Friday.
India sets global record with 4,529 coronavirus deaths in 24 hours
India on Wednesday reported more coronavirus deaths in a single day than any other country at any time during the pandemic, while infections continued to spread through vast rural areas with weak health systems.
Bitcoin hits three-month low
Bitcoin rallied from a three-month low on Monday in a volatile session that saw investors initially selling and then buying cryptocurrencies in the wake of Tesla boss Elon Musk’s tweets about the carmaker’s bitcoin holdings.
Canadian boy breaks third Guinness World Record with 1,400 block Jenga tower
People dream of being in the Guinness World Records but Auldin Maxwell’s name is now in three times after breaking his own record and setting another.

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