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At least 36 people who have left Denmark to fight for the ISIS terrorist group in Syria have received unemployment benefits, media reports said.
Thousands of people have been evacuated from their homes in Germany’s Augsburg after a 1.8-tonne bomb was discovered and is being defused.
The Iranian Foreign Ministry has condemned the recent terrorist attack in the German city of Berlin, stressing the importance of a "relentless and sincere" fight against terrorism.
Hours after the murder of Russian ambassador to Turkey, a high ranking Russian diplomat was also found dead from gunshot wounds in Moscow.
A driver on Monday rammed a truck into a crowded Christmas market in the heart of the German capital, killing at least 12 people and injuring nearly 50. The Police says he did so intentionally. The ISIS terrorist group has also claimed responsibility for the attack.
A senior analyst of British affairs says Iran is a ‘potential’ possibility for Britain, but the recent anti-Iran remarks made by British officials are mainly aimed at pleasing Arab states, which are considered as ‘actual’ targets for London.
ISIS-affiliated media said the extremist group had set a one-million-dollar reward for killing a Danish-Kurdish girl of Iranian origin who has joined Kurdish Peshmarga in the fight against ISIS terrorists.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif described the bilateral ties between Iran and Greece as being on the right track, saying the two sides are resolved to develop the relations.
Police in Berlin have arrested the man suspected of kicking a woman down a flight of stairs at a subway station.
A former Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman says Britain is creating division among Middle Eastern countries as part of its plan to exploit the ongoing crises in the region.