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Iranian president says Tehran ready for “fair” nuclear agreement

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi said Wednesday night that Tehran is ready to reach a "good agreement" on the revival of the 2015 nuclear deal provided that such an agreement would be a "fair" one.Raisi made the remarks in a televised interview…
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Palestinian civil society must be protected against ‘rogue state’ Israel, say NGOs

The International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH), Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch (HRW) have gathered as a delegation in the Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT) to voice their support for Palestinian civil society and fight…
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Iraq parliament legal advisor rules Sadrist MPs’ resignations illegal

The resignations of the 73 MPs of the Sadrist bloc were illegal and it was not within the Iraqi parliament speaker’s authority to authorise them, the parliament's legal advisor has ruled.According to a letter sent to parliament by legal advisor…
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Almost a year after abandoning, US envoy calls for ‘serious’ national political dialogue in Afghanistan

US special envoy for Afghanistan Thomas West has called for a ‘serious’ national political dialogue in Afghanistan as the people continue to take the strain of Taliban atrocities and human rights violations in the country. Thomas West…
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UN envoy says risk of war in Yemen is ‘real’

The U.N. envoy for Yemen warned that the risk of a return to fighting “is real,” urging warring parties to accept a longer extension of the current ceasefire due to expire next month. Hans Grundberg’s stark warning late Tuesday…
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Japan Urges against Moves Harming Palestinian ‘Peace Process’, Including Illegal Settlements

Japan’s Prime Minister urged on Wednesday against any move that would harm the Palestinian peace process, including illegal Jewish settlements, Anadolu News Agency reported. Fumio Kishida reaffirmed Japan’s support for a two-state solution…
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Rockets hit Baghdad for second day as Iraq unrest escalates

Rockets have landed in Baghdad’s Green Zone, home to government buildings and foreign missions, for the second day in a row, breaking weeks of calm. No one has claimed responsibility for the four missiles fired from the east of the capital…
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‘Pakistan getting millions for US strikes on Afghanistan, have evidence’: Taliban

 In the wake of the US drone operation that killed Al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri, the Taliban claimed that Pakistan has received a whopping sum of money for allowing the US airstrikes in Afghanistan and added that they have substantial…
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Iran and IAEA restart talks amid nuclear deal deadlock

Talks between Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) have restarted over a probe into nuclear material found at nuclear sites in Iran, which has been at the centre of the stall in efforts to restore the country’s 2015 nuclear…
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Foreign companies looting Yemen’s oil must heed warnings: Ansarallah

Yemen’s Ansarallah resistance group renewed a warning to foreign oil companies operating in areas under the control of the Saudi-led coalition and its allies about repercussions if oil revenues are not used to…