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About 14 hours ago

Italy's PM pledges tough stance to counter surging refugee arrivals

Max Civili Press TV, Rome Early on Tuesday, about 200 asylum seekers arrived on the southern Italian island of Lampedusa via sea from Northern African countries. The newcomers arrived on eight different boats and were taken to a quarantine facility on the island originally designed for 95 people and currently accommodating more than 900. These new arrivals have brought the total to almost 15,000 entries in Italy since the 1th of January ...
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About 18 hours ago

UK rolls out new rapid Covid-19 tests

Amina Taylor Press TV, London Mass testing, with a rapid result time of 90 minutes could be what stands between the UK and a deadly second wave overwhelming the already beleaguered National health Service. The two tests, Lampore and Dnanudge will be rolled out as Britain prepares to face the pandemic in winter. Both tests can be administered by none-health professionals. There will be increased capacity at hospitals, care homes and laboratories ...
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Press TV
About 1 day ago

Austrians protest government cooperation with Israel in cyber drills

Homa Lezgee Press TV, Vienna Protesters in Vienna demand an immediate end to Austria's military cooperation with the Israeli regime. The slogan of protesters gathered outside the American embassy in Vienna is "No to Austrian subordination to US/Israeli interests.' They say the Austrian government’s decision to involve its intelligence forces in cyber maneuvers with Israel is meant to serve the interests of the US and Israel despite concerns it could lead ...
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Press TV
About 1 day ago

Government lockdown hits Eid celebrations in UK

Murtaza Jaffer Press TV, London As muslims celebrated Eid around the globe, controversy marked the annual celebration in the UK after Health secretary Matt Hancock imposed a lockdown banning families from gathering across Greater Manchester and parts of east Lancashire and West Yorkshire where there is a sizeable Muslim population. The announcement was made the night before Eid, when Muslims would have already made plans to meet families and loved-ones, sparking ...
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Press TV
About 2 days ago

Iran-Eurasia trade surges despite COVID-19, US sanctions

Yusef Jalali Press TV, Tehran Within the past seven months, Iran and Eurasia have traded slightly less than 7 million tons of commodities, worth roughly 2.5 billion dollars. The head of Iran’s Trade Promotion Organization says this is a 14-percent rise compared to the same period last year. Out of the total trade volume, Iran exported more than 860 million dollars’ worth of goods to Eurasia, while the imports stood at over ...
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About 2 days ago

Coronavirus cases top 20,000 in Venezuela

Jesús Silva Press TV, Caracas Over the past few days, Venezuela has registered over 800 COVID-19 cases per day. The country has now crossed the 20,000 milestone. The government has imposed a nationwide lockdown, which in turn has taken a toll on the country’s battered economy. The Latin American country is going through a critical time, with some expressing doubt that the government’s measures could check the spread of the ...
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About 3 days ago

In pandemic era, Iranian charity donations come to the fore

Ghanbar Naderi Press TV, Tehran Eid al-Adha or the feast of sacrifice is one of the most revered occasions in the Islamic calendar, when charities and nonprofits in Iran step up efforts to support the most vulnerable in local communities. In the time of coronavirus, people also seek ways to help one another and respond with pandemic-related fundraising initiatives. This includes giving food and money to the needy in nationwide charity events. ...
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Mehr News
Mehr News
About 3 days ago

Iran's military capabilities contribute to regional peace

TEHRAN, Aug. 02 (MNA) – American analyst Stephen Lendman said that Iran’s significant military capabilities will prevent a US attack and contribute to eventual regional peace and stability.
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Press TV
About 3 days ago

Catalonia court rules restaurants, bars can stay open past midnight

Kusai Kedri Press TV, Barcelona A new legal setback has hit Catalonia's authorities in their race to stem the spread of the coronavirus. On Friday, The region's top court ruled that restaurants and cafes can stay open past midnight starting from August 2nd, provided they respect social distancing measures and guidelines on their maximum capacity. Cafes and bars in the El Born neighborhood in Barcelona seemed to welcome the news. In the ...
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