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Poll: Biden sees sharpest popularity drop for any US leader since WW II

The approval rating of US President Joe Biden plunged in his first nine months of presidency more than any other US president since 1945, a new survey shows.

Iran health minister: 85 pct. of Covid deaths unvaccinated people

Iranian Health Minister Bahram Einollahi says more than 85 percent of patients who died of Covd-19 had not received vaccine.

Taliban not invited to Tehran summit on Afghanistan

Iran will host a meeting of Afghanistan’s neighbours on Wednesday without the participation of the Taliban. The new rulers of Afghanistan have not been invited to the summit, according to a Taliban spokesperson.
‘Iran Great Travel Destination for Globetrotters during Pandemic’

Iran reopens borders to foreign tourists

Iran’s Deputy Minister of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicraft Aliasghar Shalbafian has said with the arrival of the post-Covid era, Iranian officials have made huge efforts to boost tourism, reopening borders to foreign tourists.

Russia: Iran demand for US nuclear guarantee “logical and justifiable”

Tehran’s demand from Washington to guarantee the nuclear deal, signed by Iran and world powers in 2015, seems to be “logical and justifiable”, a Russian top diplomat says. Iran seeks guarantees from the US that it will not abandon the landmark agreement again.

US says ready for talks with N Korea without preconditions

US Special Representative for North Korea Sung Kim has held a meeting with South Korean Special Representative for Korean Peninsula Peace and Security Affairs Noh Kyu-duk in Seoul.

US, Taiwan discuss UN attendance ahead of Xi speech

The US and Taiwanese officials have discussed how the island can "meaningfully" participate at the United Nations (UN) on Friday. The talks came just days ahead of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s speech at the UN on Monday to mark the 50th anniversary of the People’s Republic taking China’s seat at the global body.

Iranian president: US, Europe facing decision-making crisis

Iranian President Ebrahim Raeisi has said the US and Europe are facing a crisis in decision-making regarding Iran’s nuclear talks.

Hungarian PM: US, EU meddling in upcoming vote

Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban has accused the US and the EU of trying to meddle in the country’s politics by backing the opposition seeking to replace him. Budapest preparing for a parliamentary election in April next year.

UN warns of catastrophe and loss of life in Myanmar

Myanmar could be on the eve of a human rights catastrophe and loss of life, the United Nations (UN) has warned. The warning comes amid reports the military junta is deploying tens of thousands of forces and heavy weapons to northern Myanmar.