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World Condemns Tehran Terrorist Attacks

Heads of states and foreign ministers of several countries have condemned the twin terrorist attacks on Tehran, and offered condolences to the Iranian nation over the unprecedented incidents, which claimed the lives of 12 people.
Arabian leader and Trump

Qatar; The Elder Brother’s Victim

Saudi Arabia will not need the terrorists’ backyard anymore. In the new situation, the older brother needs a victim, whose name is Qatar. The mantle of radical Islam fits Qatar gracefully and it could help Saudi Arabia get rid of the heavy charge that it is the source of terrorism.
Anonymous group named Al-Mukhtar

Hackers Use Bahrain FM’s Twitter Account to Share Anti-Saudi Posts

The verified twitter account of Bahrain’s foreign minister was temporarily hacked by an anonymous group named Al-Mokhtar Brigade, who posted tweets against the Saudi and Bahraini regimes’ crimes.
Rouhani May Appoint Three Female Ministers in New Cabinet

Rouhani May Appoint Three Female Ministers in New Cabinet

Iranian vice-president for women affairs says Rouhani will most probably designate two or three female ministers in his next cabinet, which is supposed to be formed within a couple of months.
Walls in Iraq Are No More Dark

Walls in Iraq Are No More Dark

An Iraqi artist says his profession was regarded as a crime during the ISIS rule, when the terrorist group’s black flag was seen on all the walls, but the dark walls are now gone.
Trump and Arab countires

“Iran Should Have Been Invited to Riyadh Summit”

A senior Lebanese politician says Iran should have been invited to the Riyadh summit to help work out an anti-terror deal.

Trump Must Read This Story about Iran Elections

The high turnout in Iran’s presidential election will leave the US president no excuse to circumvent the reality. Here is an account of the Friday’s votes, which Trump should better read.
Iran elections campaigns

Iranians Engaged in Street Debates ahead of Election

An Iranian sociologist says arguments in the streets between supporters of different presidential candidates not only do not widen the gap between people, but also bring them closer together.

Hottest, Coldest Regions on Earth Look Similar: Iranian Tourist

An Iranian woman, who has travelled to the hottest and coldest places on the Earth, says despite their radical climate differences, the two locations are strikingly similar.

Bishop Helps Release of 226 Christian Women from ISIS’ Captivity

Deep inside Syria, a bishop worked secretly to save the lives of more than 200 members of his flock from the ISIS terrorist group.

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