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Rouhani hails Iran’s success in fighting coronavirus
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani highlighted his administration’s success in addressing the problems caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, saying every effort is being made to provide the necessary supply of vaccine.
London couple find success in lockdown
A south London couple launched a successful grocery delivery business during the pandemic as thousands of Britons were forced to rely on couriers to supply them food in lockdown.
Leader wishes success for Lebanese, Palestinian resistance movements
Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei in separate messages to the leaders of the Lebanese and Palestinian resistance groups wished success for Hezbollah and Hamas fighters and voiced support for the Palestinian cause.
Spain claims success in Gibraltar row with Britain
Spain has claimed victory in an argument with Britain over the status of Gibraltar, after the European Parliament passed a law that referred to the peninsula as a “colony of the British Crown”.
Trump just put Democratic women in Congress, Gillibrand
Democratic Senator Kirsten Gillibrand has scorned US President Donald Trump’s job success claims, asserting that he has merely opened up more space for Democratic women in the Congress.
Namibia's success in fight against HIV
Harvey Davis came to open the gate to his dusty, windswept compound in the remote part of northern Namibia.
A good coat of tar the secret of Viking success
Vikings conquered Europe thanks to an unexpected technological innovation.
IVF success rate has been increased to 85 percent
Thousands of women undergoing IVF could save the agony of miscarriages and stillbirths through artificial intelligence.
Ether cryptocurrency, a victim of blockchain success
For all the attention afforded bitcoin, it is its rival ether that is hitting the headlines, with the popularity of its blockchain technology Ethereum driving concerns that have sent investors fleeing.
Private school parents think they are 'buying' exam success for their children
Rising fees at the UK’s independent schools mean that pushy parents believe they are ‘buying’ success for their children, a teachers’ leader has said.
Blood test may quickly predict drug's success against breast cancer
A blood test for cancer DNA could predict in two to three weeks if breast cancer is responding to the drug palbociclib, according to researchers in Britain, the UK.

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