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South Korean President Offers to Resign after Corruption Scandal

The disgraced South Korean president, Park Geun-hye, has offered to resign and called on parliament to arrange her exit amid a corruption and cronyism scandal that has all but destroyed her administration.
APA

Iran Takes Part in Asian Parliamentary Assembly in Cambodia

An Iranian parliamentary delegation is attending the 9th Plenary Session of Asian Parliamentary Assembly (APA) which is underway in Cambodia.[:es]Una delegación parlamentaria iraní asiste a la 9ª Sesión Plenaria de la Asamblea Parlamentaria Asiática (APA, por sus siglas en inglés), en desarrollo en Camboya.
Hamid Chitchian

Iran, Japan Must Boost Energy Cooperation after JCPOA: Minister

The Iranian energy minister says Iran and Japan must make use of the atmosphere created after the implementation of last year’s landmark nuclear agreement between the Islamic Republic and six global powers to boost cooperation in the energy sector.
India

Iran Sympathizes With India Over Fatal Train Derailment

The Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman has extended the Islamic Republic’s condolences to the Indian government and nation over a fatal train derailment in the country.
velayati china

Iran Attaches Importance to Ties with China: Official

Head of the Strategic Research Center of Iran’s Expediency Council Ali Akbar Velayati hailed the growing relations between Tehran and Beijing, saying it is important to further develop the ties to strategic levels.

China Threatens to Cut iPhone Sales If Trump Declares Trade War

State-run Chinese newspaper says increased tariffs could leave trade 'paralyzed' between China and the US.
Afghanistan

Iran Deplores Terrorist Attack on German Consulate in Afghanistan

The Iranian Foreign Ministry has denounced a terrorist attack on Germany’s consulate in Afghanistan, saying the international community must make comprehensive efforts to seriously fight terrorism.
Journalists

Escalation of Violence against Afghan Journalists

An Afghan activist says that violence against journalists has unprecedentedly increased this year, inasmuch as the rate of violence against media professionals during the past 10 months has been equal to the one in past eight years.

Exclusive Photos of Halloween in South Korean Capital

People in the South Korean capital, Seoul, celebrated the Halloween by wearing their scariest costumes. Here’s IFP’s exclusive photos of the celebrations.
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World’s Largest Man-Made Cave Opened to Public

The world’s largest man-made cave in China has been opened to the public for the first time.

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