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About 2 days ago

Peace still missing link in Afghanistan despite peace deal

Amin Alemi Press TV, Kabul One year has passed from a meeting in the Qatari capital, Doha, where the US and Taliban representatives inked a deal to put an end to decades-long misery of the Afghan nation by reaching an agreement to bring peace to the war-ravaged country. The release of 5000 Taliban inmates, the withdrawal of foreign troops and the Taliban’s approval of a ceasefire were the ...
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About 2 days ago

Mice cannot catch coronavirus; but new Iranian gene-edited mice can

Yusef Jalali Press TV, Tehran Lab rats have always been used as guinea pigs for testing brand-new medicine, but when it comes to the coronavirus, the story is different; mice cannot be infected with the coronavirus, since they do not have the receptor that hosts the virus. Iran's Royan Institute, which specializes in biomedical and stem cell research, has created transgenic mice with a human receptor on their ...
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Mehr News
Mehr News
About 2 days ago

Baku welcomes Iran's participation in Karabakh reconstruction

TEHRAN, Feb. 28 (MNA) – Describing Iran as a good neighbor, Tural Ganjaliyev said, "We would like to see Iranian government and companies' participation in the reconstruction of Karabakh."
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Mehr News
Mehr News
About 2 days ago

Government, Parl. to continue coop. on counteractive plan

TEHRAN, Feb. 28 (MNA) – A senior Iranian lawmaker said that government and parliament will continue the cooperation in propeling the Strategic Action Plan, which aims to counteract the US' unilateral sanctions.
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Mehr News
Mehr News
About 3 days ago

Tehran-Baku-Moscow trade vol. increasing, dynamic

TEHRAN, Feb. 27 (MNA) –Commenting on the significance of regional cooperation and Baku's approach towards the issue, a member of Azerbaijan's parliament said that increasing Iran, Russia and Azerbaijan trade volume shows how the approach is dynamic.
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Press TV
About 3 days ago

Biden won’t sanction MBS despite Khashoggi report

Ramin Mazaheri Press TV, Chicago A long-delayed intelligence report by the United States into the gruesome killing of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi did not contain any major revelations, but did agree with the widespread assessment that the murder was ordered by Mohammad bin Salman, the 35-year-old Saudi Arabian crown prince widely considered the de facto ruler of the kingdom. While on the election campaign new US President Joe Biden ...
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Press TV
About 3 days ago

Italians stage sit-in denouncing Israel's failure to provide COVID vaccines

Max Civili Press TV, Rome Rome's Association of Palestinians called a sit-in in the vicinity of the Italian parliament to draw attention on Israel’s COVID-19 vaccine programme which excludes the nearly five million Palestinians living in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, under Israeli military occupation. The rally was supported by a number of left-wing groups and unions. The Fourth Geneva Convention stipulates that Israel has a responsibility as an occupying ...
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About 3 days ago

South Korea begins COVID-19 vaccination

Frank Smith Press TV, Seoul Across South Korea vaccination against COVID-19 began with more than 5,000 nursing home residents and care providers scheduled to get their jabs by the end of the day. President Moon Jae-in observed people getting their shots, seeking to encourage people to be vaccinated when it's their turn. South Korean officials say the country should achieve herd immunity by November of this year. Herd immunity is achieved when ...
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Press TV
About 4 days ago

COVID-19 vaccine problems dominate EU leaders' summit

Jerome Hughes Press TV, Brussels Like millions of other young people in the EU, Charles Pruvost feels he has not been given adequate support by authorities during the pandemic. In order to survive, the entrepreneur has purchased his own hot dog stand which he operates in Brussels. As businesses continue to fold in the EU and millions lose their jobs, people feel there is no hope. Only 6.4% of the bloc's ...
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