SHANA â€“ The managing director of Lavan Refinery said the facilityâ€™s output met European standards after it underwent a plan to improve production processes. According to the refineryâ€™s website, Mohammad...
Financial Tribune – â€œAccess to energy carriers (electricity, gas and diesel)â€�, â€œaccess to waterâ€� and â€œaccess to the internet and mobile phone networkâ€� were the three most prominent factors that...
MNA â€“ Iranian Health Minister Said Namaki met and held talks with visiting Director-General of World Health Organization Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus in Tehran on Sunday. During the meeting, the WHO...
Press TV – An Iranian Assyrian Christian says US President Donald Trumpâ€™s ostensible concern about the rights of religious minorities in the Islamic Republic is â€œabsolutely worthless.â€� â€œWe have always...
SHANA — The Managing Directors of OIEC and TEKNO companies has indicated their companiesâ€™ readiness to step in sophisticated exploration projects in Iran. According to the National Iranian Oil Company...
A deal to smooth Britain's departure from the European Union hung in the balance on Monday after diplomats indicated the bloc wanted more concessions from Prime Minister Boris Johnson and said a full agreement was unlikely this week.
England bounced back from their first tournament qualifying defeat for 10 years with a 6-0 thrashing of toothless Bulgaria on Monday in a Euro 2020 Group A clash marred by racist incidents in the first half that stopped the game.
Indian politicians and academics cheered the Nobel economics prize awarded on Monday to Indian-born American Abhijit Banerjee, whose proud mother told visitors crowding into her apartment that he came from "a family of economists".
U.S.-based economists Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer won the 2019 Nobel Economics Prize on Monday for work fighting poverty that has helped millions of children by favoring practical steps over theory.
President Donald Trump on Monday said he would authorize sanctions against Turkish officials, stop negotiating with Turkey on a $100 billion trade deal, and boost tariffs on the country's steel to 50 percent over Ankara's incursion into northeast Syria.
President Donald Trump's administration is set to impose economic sanctions on Ankara, potentially as early as this week, for its incursion into northern Syria, one of the few levers the United States still has over NATO-ally Turkey.
Russia-backed Syrian forces took rapid advantage of an abrupt U.S. retreat from Syria on Monday, deploying deep inside Kurdish-held territory south of the Turkish frontier less than 24 hours after Washington announced a full withdrawal.
To judge by Trump's campaign rallies, he still seems to have retained his base, no matter how erratic his behaviour becomes. But beyond the true believers, the support the President needs most is beginning to fragment, writes Micheline Maynard.
Two French members of an all-female Islamic terror group linked to ISIS have been sentenced to over 25 years in prison each for their failed attempt to blow up Notre Dame cathedral with a car packed full of gas cylinders. Read Full Article at RT.com
Facebook's history of abusing users' trust by sharing their private data with corporate partners and government spooks pales in comparison to its CEO's decision to sit down with prominent conservatives, for some. Read Full Article at RT.com
Ukrainian nationalists marched in Kiev to mark the anniversary of a Nazi-collaborating WWII militia. Many used the occasion to protest the so-called Steinmeier Formula â€“ arguably Ukraine's best chance for peace. Read Full Article at RT.com
The Syrian Arab Army has entered the northeastern city of Manbij, state media has reported. The deployment comes amid the ongoing Turkish operation against the Kurdish-led militias, which control several towns in the border area. Read Full Article at RT.com
By sentencing nine Catalan politicians to a total 100 years in prison for â€œseditionâ€� over nonviolent resistance, Madrid has made them martyrs and signed its death warrant, former Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond told RT. Read Full Article at RT.com
An unlikely road meeting of US and Syrian troops was captured in northern Syria as the American vehicles were retreating from the Kurdish-held town of Kobani, while the Syrians rushed to protect it from the Turkish-led offensive. Read Full Article at RT.com
A Texas police officer who shot and killed a black woman through a window of her own home while she was playing video games with her nephew has been arrested and charged with murder, the Fort Worth interim police chief has said. Read Full Article at RT.com
Turkeyâ€™s operation in northeast Syria has â€œunderminedâ€� the US-led campaign against Islamic State terrorists, the Pentagon has claimed, warning that Washington will be â€œpressingâ€� their NATO allies to sanction Ankara. Read Full Article at RT.com
Accusing Turkey of endangering civilians and threatening peace and security with its Syrian operation, US President Donald Trump has announced upcoming tariffs and sanctions against Turkish officials and economy. Read Full Article at RT.com
Warren repeatedly singled out Biden, arguing he â€œshould not be allowed to sell out women in the morning and be heralded as their friend in the evening.â€� The post In Midst of Bankruptcy Fight, Elizabeth Warren Said â€œJoe Biden Should Not Be Allowed to Sell Out Womenâ€� appeared first on The Intercept.
North Carolina Senate candidate Cal Cunningham helped push a controversial project that some county officials and environmental advocates fiercely opposed. The post Democratic Candidate for Senate Was a Key Player in Controversial Big Money-Fueled Development Project appeared first on The Intercept.
Some 300 people arrested during August raids at Mississippi chicken plants remain detained, while the companies have received no legal penalties. The post Months After ICE Raids, An Impoverished Mississippi Community Is Still Reeling appeared first on The Intercept.
To members sincere in their belief that a mass-appeal movement is whatâ€™s needed to quell catastrophe, drawing in front-line communities is life or death. The post Can Extinction Rebellion Build a U.S. Climate Movement Big Enough to Save the Earth? appeared first on The Intercept.
Our short documentary tells the story of one undercover investigator whose footage of a pig factory farm is at the center of Iowaâ€™s ag-gag backlash. The post In Iowa, Politicians Protect the Meat Industry by Making Animal Rights Activists Criminals appeared first on The Intercept.
While its infrastructure collapsed, PG&E spent billions on lobbying, PR, and dividends. The post After Avoiding Safety Upgrades, PG&E Hired Lobbyists and Public Relations Instead appeared first on The Intercept.
Even starring in a Netflix documentary wonâ€™t get you that blue check mark, these days. The post Twitter Tips the Scale Toward Incumbents by Refusing to Verify Primary Challengers appeared first on The Intercept.
Digital First turns to overseas production and computer-generated stories for â€œincreased profitability.â€� The post Hedge Fund-Owned Newspaper Group Outsources Design Abroad, Chasing Higher Dividends appeared first on The Intercept.
Peter Handke has downplayed Serb atrocities in Bosnia and attended the funeral of strongman Slobodan MiloÅ¡evic. The Nobel judges ignored it. The post Congratulations, Nobel Committee, You Just Gave the Literature Prize to a Genocide Apologist appeared first on The Intercept.
At the Office of Professional Responsibility, complaints against federal prosecutors for misconduct go in, but they never come out. The post How the Secretive “Discipline” Process for Federal Prosecutors Buries Misconduct Cases appeared first on The Intercept.
…by Gordon Duff and New Eastern Outlook, Moscow (est. 1816) – First published … October 09, 2019 – America has done little but betray the Kurdish people, over and over. You see, you can only betray someone that trusts you and the Kurds, to a fault, are trusting people who love Americans. The problem is, […]
https://gilad.online/writings/2019/10/8/iran-israel-and-destiny By Gilad Atzmon for Veterans Today Although Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu struggles to form a new government and tries valiantly to stay out of jail but he has managed to find the time to pledge to spend many more shekels. Finally, it dawned on Netanyahu that Israel lags Iran in an arms race. […]
Introduction The deal cut, and we suspect for cash to a Trump legal slush fund, allowing the slaughter of America’s Kurdish allies and the return of ISIS to Syria aided by Israel, is moving forward today.Â Worse still, the Russian website “Sputnik News” calls the Saudi paid mercenaries with him, all ISIS members, the “Syrian […]
We’ve been trying to understand Trump.Â He spends his life dating gay men, Kohn and Epstein, with hired women as dates then runs around, and we have witnesses as well, grabbing peoples wives (and the paid dates of his loser friends) in clubs and restaurants, year after year. Then for “sex” if that’s what you […]
by Ian Greenhalgh The ‘Deep State’ has a name and that name is Israel. Deep State operatives are often US-Israeli joint citizens and the front organisations they utilise have names like the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), Southern Poverty Law Centre (SPLC) and American-Israeli Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC). This Israeli ‘Deep State’ is who placed Trump into […]