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Massive Protests in Iraq over Poor Services Leave Casualties

At least four people are reportedly injured after Iraqi police fire in the air to prevent protesters from storming the main government building in Basra on the seventh day of unrest.

Erdogan: Turkey Set to Do Trade with Iran Using National Currencies

The Turkish president says his country is determined to conduct trade with Iran, Russia and China using national currencies.

“Iran to Immediately Leave Iraq, Syria Once Their Governments Ask”

Ali Akbar Velayati, an international adviser to the Leader of the Islamic Revolution who is on an official visit to Moscow, said that Iran’s advisory missions in Syria and Iraq will immediately end if the two Arab countries’ governments want so.

Watching FIFA World Cup Match Only Result of Netanyahu’s Moscow Visit

A London-based pan-Arab paper says Israeli Prime Minster Benjamin Netanyahu who visited Moscow for talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin left the country with empty hands.

FIFA to Sue Saudi Channel for Illegally Broadcasting World Cup

FIFA, the governing body of association football, said on Wednesday it has engaged legal counsel to take action in Saudi Arabia against television channel beoutQ, which is widely available in the kingdom, for continuing to illegally broadcast the 2018 World Cup.

Velayati Says His Visit to Moscow Not Affected by Israeli PM’s Trip

Ali Akbar Velayati, an international adviser to the Leader of the Islamic Revolution who is in Russia for an official visit, shrugged off the concurrent trip to Russia by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, saying, “Nobody cares about his words.”

“Saudis Collected 3.5 Million Gold Coins from Iran Market”

An Iranian lawmaker claims the Saudis have sent agents to Iran to collect some 3.5 million gold coins from Iran and transfer them to Iraq in a bid to disrupt the Islamic Republic’s economy.

Iran, Turkey Discuss Bilateral Cooperation in All Areas

Iranian and Turkish foreign ministers have discussed a whole range of issues in a phone conversation on Tuesday.

Afghan Immigrants Leaving Iran after Devaluation of Iranian Currency

A huge number of Afghan immigrants and refugees have begun to leave Iran due to the recent decline in the value of the Iranian national currency, arguing that it’s no more cost-efficient to work in the country.

IRGC Releases Drone Footage Showing US’ Cooperation with ISIS

The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps has released a new video captured after hacking into a US central command in the region which sheds further lights on the US indirect cooperation with the ISIS terrorists in Iraq and Syria.

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