MNA â€“ Statistics show that Iranâ€™s second-largest car manufacturing company â€œSAIPAâ€� manufactured 147,588 vehicles in the first five months of the current year (March 21 â€“ August 21). According to...
Financial Tribune – Iran exported â‚¬452.65 million worth of commodities to the European Union, indicating a 93.67% fall, and imported â‚¬2.55 billion in return to register a 52.13% year-on-year decline...
FNA – The Iranian scientists at Islamic Azad University managed to produce a plasma machine with different applications in medical and industrial fields despite the tough sanctions imposed against the...
IRNA – The Iranian Cabinet of ministers on Sunday approved a proposal to permanently abolish unilateral visa requirements for Omani nationals visiting Iran. The cabinet of ministers approved to maintain...
MNA â€“ The lead cast of Iran-Turkey co-production â€˜Drunk on Loveâ€™, directed by Hasan Fatâ€™hi, includes Parsa Pirouzfar as 13th-century Persian poet Molana â€˜Rumiâ€™ and Shahab Hosseini as his spiritual...
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau went on the offensive on Sunday, promising to cut middle-class taxes and slash cellphone costs if re-elected after polls showed he took a significant hit when photos emerged last week of him in blackface.
France's foreign minister said on Sunday his country's main aim at this week's U.N. General Assembly meeting is to de-escalate tensions between the United States and Iran, and a meeting between their presidents was not the top priority.
U.S. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham said on Sunday after meeting Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan that he would like to get NATO ally Turkey back in a joint manufacturing program for F-35 fighter jets, from which it was expelled in July.
British opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said on Sunday his party would guide him on how to campaign in a second Brexit referendum, pledging to offer voters a choice between staying in the European Union and a "credible" deal.
The United Kingdom Supreme Court will not rule on Monday morning on Prime Minister Boris Johnson's suspension of parliament but will update on timings later on Monday, a court spokeswoman said on Sunday.
If an investigation shows that President Donald Trump pressured Ukraine to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden, the U.S. Congress may have no choice but to pursue impeachment, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff said on Sunday.
Daniel Ricciardo puts on an overtaking clinic after feeling burned by a disqualification in qualifying but can only finish 14th as Sebastian Vettel benefits from a team decision to leapfrog teammate Charles Leclerc into a Ferrari 1-2.
When new laws were introduced following the murder of remote area nurse Gayle Woodford in outback SA in 2016, her family and friends were strongly supportive â€” but they now believe a crucial loophole remains.
The official Auschwitz Memorial says the bestselling book The Tattooist of Auschwitz contains "numerous errors" and is "dangerous and disrespectful". On the eve of a sequel, its Melbourne author pushes back.
MORNING BRIEFING: Police release a digital reconstruction of a man whose skull was found in bushland by children, while pop duo The Veronicas say they will sue Qantas after an "incident" on a flight leaving Sydney yesterday.
The UK Civil Aviation Authority has set up a dedicated helpline in an effort to mitigate travel chaos and panic among the customers of Thomas Cook travel giant, whose bankruptcy affected an estimated 600,000 people. Read Full Article at RT.com
One of the world's oldest travel firms, Thomas Cook Group, has entered compulsory liquidation effective immediatelly. With all flights and tours cancelled, the collapse will affect hundreds of thousands travelers around the world. Read Full Article at RT.com
Two armored personnel carriers dramatically crashed to their doom during the Russian Airborne Forces training conducted as part of massive international Center-2019 maneuvers involving 128,000 troops from Russia, China and India. Read Full Article at RT.com
Washington and Riyadh were quick to blame Tehran for attacks on Saudi oil facilities. Despite lack of proof and the history of lies told by the accusers, the US media eagerly took their claims at face value, Lee Camp points out. Read Full Article at RT.com
Israeli Defense Forces have jumped on Friends-anniversary bandwagon with a video tweet recreating the title sequence of the 25-years-old sitcom. Judging from social media reactions, even IDFâ€™s friends thought it was bad taste. Read Full Article at RT.com
Ted Cruz insists Tehranâ€™s grand dream is to nuke American cities and that Iran nuclear deal is to blame for the attack on Saudi oil facilities. The argument was mocked for making no sense, but the hawkish US senator doubles down. Read Full Article at RT.com
Over 50,000 people showed up for the â€˜Howdy, Modiâ€™ event in Houston, Texas, giving Indiaâ€™s PM a rock star-level welcome. President Donald Trump joined him on stage as the two leaders lauded US-India ties. Read Full Article at RT.com
People suffering from a certain form of Alzheimerâ€™s or dementia can be identified by their walk, according to groundbreaking medical research. The discovery could lead to more accurate treatment for the diseases. Read Full Article at RT.com
Uncertainty is growing in Israel after the indecisive parliamentary election, as Avigdor Lieberman, who leads a party which has a key position in forming a coalition, refused to endorse either leading candidate for PM. Read Full Article at RT.com
By reporting on a conspiracy theory promoted by the president as a political story, with two sides, journalists are helping to weaponize disinformation. The post Reporters Should Stop Helping Donald Trump Spread Lies About Joe Biden and Ukraine appeared first on The Intercept.
Two years after Hurricane Maria, residents of San Isidro are still struggling to rebuild. Now, their only option for relief may be to relocate. The post For a Puerto Rican Community in a FEMA Flood Zone, Disaster Funds Promise Little Relief appeared first on The Intercept.
I never expected that my skills as a war reporter would be relevant to my life as a dad in a Brooklyn, but that was before I started biking to work. The post Why Is Bill De Blasio Trying to Kill Me? New York’s Mayor Claims to Be Progressive but Favors Drivers Over Bicyclists. appeared […]
â€œPlease join us for a Gas and Oil Industry Dinner with Republican Whip Steve Scalise,â€� read one invitation. The post GOP Leadership Huddles With Fossil Fuel Industry During Climate Week appeared first on The Intercept.
In Humboldt County, California, activists prevent logging companies from felling trees by using their own bodies as blockades. The post A New Generation of Activists Put Their Bodies on the Line to Defend California’s Forests appeared first on The Intercept.
The anti-Muslim mass murderer Anders Breivik found inspiration in the Hindu nationalist group where Narendra Modi got his start as a far-right activist. The post How the White Nationalists Who Love Trump Found Inspiration in the Group That Gave Us Narendra Modi appeared first on The Intercept.
In this excerpt from his memoir, the NSA whistleblower describes his realization that no one should have to "pretend to be perfect." The post Why I Decided Not To Delete My Old Internet Posts appeared first on The Intercept.
Barr has been a strong proponent of the â€œunitary executive,â€� a legal theory that states the president has near absolute authority over the executive branch. The post William Barr Has Long Tried to Limit What a President Must Share With Congress. The Whistleblower Complaint is No Exception. appeared first on The Intercept.
Justice David Nahmias lamented the courtâ€™s previous refusal to review Devonia Inmanâ€™s case and expressed grave doubts about Inmanâ€™s underlying guilt. The post Georgia Supreme Court Urges State to Stop Stonewalling In Devonia Inman Case: â€œLet Justice Be Doneâ€� appeared first on The Intercept.
An investigation by the Young Turks sheds new light on a moment Buttigieg has highlighted as defining his relationship with South Bendâ€™s black community. The post Documents Shed New Light on Critical Moment in Pete Buttigieg’s South Bend Political Career appeared first on The Intercept.
The world will not be the same from today on. It’s an attack against our whole civilization. I don’t know who is responsible, I believe we will know in 12 hours [who is responsible]. If it is a kind of Bin Laden organization and even if it’s something else I believe that this is the […]
Jim W. Dean - We have a move here, one we have seen many times, where a certain group of people see to it that only "their kind" occupy certain key jobs in a US administration. Are they the best and the brightest - or the most loyal to Israel?
When I think of Russia, I think of three core facts about Russia: eleven time zonesâ€™ worth of real estate loaded with valuable minerals and dominant over the emerging Arctic economic zone; 80% Asian like it or not; and resilient. I feel particularly guilty, as an American, about the â€œGold Warâ€� against Russia implemented under […]
Introduction: Bolton, perhaps the most poisonous toad of the neocon’ aquarium, is gone, again.Â Is he dying?Â Is this an indication that Netanyahu’s total and absolute control over Trump is waning? Look at the failures: North Korea shits on us every day and Trump looks like a total dick every time they launch a missile. […]
Zhirinovsky is sure that there will be a war between the USA and Iran. He explained this as follows: â€œAmericans need to withdraw troops from Afghanistan and Iraq. There, the population is ready to revolt against them. And where to bring them? So they will give them a ground operation. â€� (video in Russian) The […]
___diÂ Fabio Giuseppe Carlo Carisio per VT Italia The plutarch George Soros, the Hungarian-American magnate of Zionist origins, can celebrate the appointment of his Italian “friend” Paolo Gentiloni as European Commissioner for Economic Affairs: a role that will prove to be strategic in future financial maneuvers in Italy both for the current yellow-red government M5S-PD […]
Can we tell politicians in the United States to stop supporting perpetual wars and the Israeli regime and start focusing on American families, schools, medical insurance, and basic needs for decent Americans?