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About 16 hours ago

EU legislators vent anger towards vaccine producers

Jerome Hughes Press TV, Brussels EU lawmakers accuse pharmaceutical firms of contributing to the bloc's floundering vaccination rollout. Large inoculation centers across the European Union are barely being used due to vaccine supply issues. Less than 10 percent of the EU's inhabitants have so far been given a COVID-19 vaccine. This is minuscule when compared to the progress made in the bloc's closest allies, the UK and US. Vaccine producers have been ...
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About 16 hours ago

Israeli settler units mushrooming thousand after thousand

Mona Kandil Press TV, Ramallah Israel has approved a plan for the construction of about one thousand new settler units in the east Jerusalem al-Quds. The approval comes despite international calls on Israel to stop the settlements expansion on the Palestinian lands. Israeli regime approved the building of 930 settlement units in the illegal settlement of Pisgat Zeev in the heart of occupied Jerusalem al-Quds. Anti-settlement groups said the new units will ...
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Press TV
About 17 hours ago

This is how UK adds to Yemenis misery

Saeed Pourreza Press TV, London The United Nations has launched an urgent appeal for more funding for aid in Yemen to avert a looming famine and to prevent the already devastating impact of the Saudi-led war on the country. But the conference yielded less than half the fund it had appealed for, handing Yemen what the world body described as the final below. A chilling warning at the end of Monday’s virtual ...
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Press TV
About 20 hours ago

Iraq-Iran war recounted in 'Trench' Theater Festival

Yusef Jalali Press TV, Tehran Stories of bravery and self sacrifice during the Iraqi imposed war on Iran take central stage in a theater festival in Tehran. The event seeks to recount Iranians' resistance in the face of Iraq's aggression against the country in the 1980s. Soldiers of peace -- These plays are performed by military staff from the armed forces of Iran. The plays compete in a festival called Trench Theater. ...
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Press TV
About 1 day ago

Iran, Syria hold conference to boost trade ties

Saman Kojouri Press TV, Tehran Iran-Syria Joint Chamber of Commerce has held a conference in Tehran on the business opportunities of the two countries. Trade opportunities and the commodity and services needs of Syria, the ways of presence in the Syrian market, the Syrian trade structures, Iran-Syria credit lines and money transfer strategies and routes and methods of transportation between Iran and Syria were among the main topics discussed during the conference. ...
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Mehr News
Mehr News
About 1 day ago

West not fulfilling shared duty in drug trafficking battle

TEHRAN, Mar. 02 (MNA) – Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif criticized the Western countries for lack of commitment to their share of responsibility in the fight against drug trafficking, an issue that Iran has been grappling with for decades.
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Press TV
About 1 day ago

UK budget 2021: Predictions, expectations

Saeed Pourreza Press TV, London Among other things, the past year felt like a long one featuring several announcements from British Chancellor Rishi Sunak: from massive spending to protect jobs. ...
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Press TV
About 1 day ago

Karabakh must be returned to its 'owners': Iranian official

Yusef Jalali Press TV, Qom A conference, dubbed 17th of Rabi, was held to discuss Nagorno-Karabakh, the region of dispute between Azerbaijan and Armenian that was the scene of deadly conflicts late last year. ...
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Press TV
About 1 day ago

'IAEA inspections should not be used as bargaining chip'

Homa Lezgee Press TV, Vienna The International Atomic Energy Agency’s 35-nation Board of Governors convenes a virtual meeting with reports that Britain, France and Germany are circulating a draft resolution to criticize Iran for restricting Agency access. IAEA Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi reached a temporary bilateral understanding with Iran over a week ago, allowing the Agency to continue verification work in the country for up to 90 days. Grossi said the ...
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