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Manchester Bomber Was Going to Saudi Arabia

The Manchester bomber Salman Abedi had told his family he was heading on a pilgrimage to Mecca, Saudi Arabia, but instead travelled to Manchester to carry out a horrific attack.
French President Hails Iran’s Role in Fighting Terror in Mideast

French President Hails Iran’s Role in Fighting Terror in Mideast

French President Emanuel Macron in a phone conversation congratulated his Iranian counterpart Hassan on his re-election, and highlighted the significant role the Islamic Republic plays in the fight against terrorism in the Middle East.
22 Killed in ISIS Terror Attack on Manchester Arena

22 Killed in ISIS Terror Attack on Manchester Arena

At least 22 people were killed and 59 wounded after an ISIS terrorist attack hit the Manchester Arena.
EU’s Mogherini Congratulates Rouhani on Re-Election

EU’s Mogherini Congratulates Rouhani on Re-Election

Federica Mogherini, the European Union’s Foreign Policy Chief, in a message offered her congratulations to Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on his re-election, and voiced the EU’s preparedness for bilateral engagement with the Islamic Republic.

Macron Defeats Le Pen, Wins French Presidency by Decisive Margin

The pro-EU centrist Emmanuel Macron has won the French presidency with a decisive victory over the far-right Marine Le Pen.
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Premiere League Clubs Chasing Iranian Int’l Winger

Iranian international winger Alireza Jahanbakhsh, who has been starring for AZ Alkmaar football club in the Dutch league, is on the radar of several Premiere League clubs, according to media reports.
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Women More Receptive of ISIS Recruitment Propaganda

Studies indicate that women are more receptive of ISIS’s rhetoric of incitement that it posts on various electronic platforms. In fact, ISIS has resorted to women in order to address the drop in the number of its fighters.
German Parliament Bans Burqa for Civil Servants

German Parliament Bans Burqa for Civil Servants

The German parliament supported a draft law banning women working in the civil service, judiciary and military from wearing full-face Islamic veils known as burqa.
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Louvre Museum to Bring Ancient Civilizations to Tehran

France’s Louvre Museum plans to hold an exhibition of its antiquities and artefacts titled “Louvre in Tehran” in the Iranian capital for the first time in its history, an Iranian cultural heritage official said.
France cinema week in Iran

Tehran to Host French Film Week

“The French Film Week” will be held in Tehran Museum of Contemporary Arts (TMoCA) from April 26 to May 1.

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