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The British Council has confirmed one of its employees has been convicted and jailed in Iran for espionage charges.
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei rules out the possibility of war between the United States and Iran despite heightened tensions between the two sides, saying Washington knows engaging in such a conflict would not be in its interest.
Facebook's WhatsApp said on Tuesday a security breach on its messaging app had signs of coming from a private company working on surveillance and it had referred the incident to the US Department of Justice.
American banking giant JPMorgan has informed its clients that British Prime Minister Theresa May would be in office at last until the end of June.
Deputy Minister of Economy and Financial Affairs Ali Mohammad Mousavi said on Tuesday that Iran and Czech are to study expansion of banking cooperation, investment opportunity, industry, mine, commerce, health and treatment in the upcoming Iran-Czech joint economic cooperation meeting.
Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei on Tuesday received a number of high-ranking officials and lawmakers.
A high-ranking member of the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement says US President Donald Trump’s administration is in a state of confusion concerning the developments unfolding in Middle East, stating that Washington’s schemes in the region will not thrive.
China says it will not be “bullied” by the United States into agreeing to a trade deal, saying it hopes Washington does not underestimate Beijing’s determination to protect its interests, amid an escalating trade war between the world’s two largest economies.
Tehran’s envoy to the United Nations dismisses as mere “psychological warfare” a reported US military plan aimed at Iran, under which Washington could deploy tens of thousands of troops to the Middle East.
Iran has dismissed a Reuters report claiming that the country has demanded a guaranteed sale of at least 1.5 million barrels per day (bpd) of crude as a prerequisite for staying in a multilateral nuclear deal it clinched with world powers in 2015.
US President Donald Trump has claimed that the United States is in a "fantastic position" in a trade war with China.
India said on Tuesday it will decide on its oil imports after elections end this month, in line with its economic interests, a government source said.
The United States is playing a "very dangerous game" as it attempts to "drag Iran into an unnecessary war," a senior Iranian official said Tuesday.
Hailing Iran’s experience in running international exhibitions, Pakistani Ambassador to Tehran Riffat Masood said on Tuesday that Iran can help her country with launching Qur’an exhibitions.
The Iranian Foreign Ministry’s spokesman rejected a report by Reuters about Tehran’s condition for staying in the 2015 nuclear deal, saying such reports can spoil “the needed atmosphere for serious diplomacy”.
On the anniversary of the day when the Israeli regime declared existence 71 years ago, Iran has described Tel Aviv as the root cause of crises in the Middle East and a real threat to world peace.
President Hassan Rouhani said that the Islamic Revolution does not belong to a special religion, stressing that all of the people and religions are owners of the country and the Islamic Revolution.
US Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Bureau for South and Central Asian Affairs Alice Wells announced the US approval of Kabul application for exempting Chabahar Port from the US sanctions.
The Iranian government has placed construction of 400,000 housing units on its agenda as part of a nationwide scheme called the National Action Plan, said a deputy roads and urban development minister.
The total amount of Iran’s petrochemical exports during March 21 – April 20 increased by 18 percent compared to the same period last year, data released by Iranian Customs Administration showed.
Stock markets on both sides of the Atlantic staged a fightback on Tuesday, paring heavy losses sparked by a raging US-China trade war over the past week.
President Emmanuel Macron wants to meet Libyan eastern commander Khalifa Haftar to push a cease-fire and resume peace talks, France’s foreign minister said on Tuesday.
Iran will pay tribute to the great Persian poet Ferdowsi, whose magnum opus ‘Shahnameh’ (Book of Kings) is widely well-known, on National Ferdowsi Day which falls on May 15.
United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres aims to draw up a global plan to fight a rising tide of hate speech, he said on Tuesday, during a visit to a New Zealand mosque where dozens of worshippers were killed in a mass shooting in March.
Iranian black comedy ‘Cinema Donkey’, directed by Shahed Ahmadlou, will experience its first international appearance at the 2019 Marché du Film of Cannes Film Festival (Cannes Film market) in France.
The European Union strongly advises avoidance of any “military escalation” against Iran as the United States keeps piling pressure on the Islamic Republic and trying to force other countries to follow suit, EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini said in Brussels after a meeting of the bloc’s foreign ministers.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has identified center-half as a key area for improvement, amid what is planned to be an extensive overhaul of the Manchester United over the summer, with the club set to pursue long-standing and new targets like Harry Maguire.
Deontay Wilder told Sky Sports why he is the 'true' heavyweight king and offered reason for delayed rematch with Tyson Fury.
North Korea said on Tuesday the seizure of one of its cargo ships by the United States was an illegal act that violated the spirit of a summit between the two countries’ leaders, and demanded the return of the vessel without delay.
Sri Lanka announced Tuesday a curfew for a second straight night after a man was killed by sword-wielding rioters in an escalating anti-Muslim backlash following the Easter terror attacks.
Barcelona is set to make another attempt to sign Antoine Griezmann from Atletico Madrid after last year’s long saga led to the France international rejecting the Catalan club, according to multiple reports in the Spanish media on Tuesday.
Captain Daniele De Rossi will bring the curtain down on his 18-year career with Roma at the end of the season, the Serie A side announced on Tuesday.
UEFA investigators want Manchester City to be banned from the Champions League for a season if the English side is found guilty of breaking financial rules.
Five years after an African-American father of six died after being apparently held in an illegal police chokehold, a video of which triggered the Black Lives Matter Movement, a disciplinary trial of the policeman accused of killing him got underway on Monday in New York.
A jury in California awarded more than $2 billion (£1.5 billion) to a couple who said the weedkiller Roundup was responsible for their cancer.
Child poverty, domestic violence and mental health will be the priorities in New Zealand’s ‘wellbeing budget’, the finance minister announced, with the nation declaring itself the first in the world to measure success by its people’s wellbeing.
Rising inequality in Britain risks putting the country on the same path as the US to become one of the most unequal nations on earth, according to a Nobel-Prize winning economist.
The South Korean won, one of the world's worst-performing currencies over the past month, may further lose ground down the road, possibly flirting with the 1,200-won threshold, given a slew of factors pointing in that direction, although its current downward momentum may ease in the near term, analysts said on Tuesday.
Malaysia’s economic growth pace likely slowed in the first quarter, due to tepid consumption and softer global demand as a result of the US-China trade war, a Reuters poll showed
Norway will spend more than originally planned from its sovereign wealth fund in 2019, the government said in a revised fiscal budget on Tuesday, raising the likelihood the central bank will raise interest rates faster.
China’s auto sales sank 17.7 percent in April from a year earlier, the 10th straight month of decline amid trade tension with Washington and an economic slowdown.
As scientists continue to toil away at creating machine learning algorithms that will one day enslave humanity save us all, artificial intelligence (AI) researchers have discovered that computers are outpacing human doctors in a number of important areas.
Hackers were able to install spyware on WhatsApp by exploiting a major vulnerability in the app, the company confirmed.
Amazon.com Inc. is rolling out machines to automate a job held by thousands of its workers: Boxing up customer orders.
The Moon is slowly shrinking over time, which is causing wrinkles in its crust and moonquakes, according to photos captured by NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter.
The world must double spending on renewable power and slash investment in oil and coal by 2030 to keep the Paris climate treaty temperature targets in play, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said Tuesday.
Police arrested 13 people in Australia on Tuesday after they scaled the Sydney Harbour Bridge to demand Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison take emergency action to address climate change.
On the deepest dive ever made by a human inside a submarine, a Texas investor and explorer found something he could have found in the gutter of nearly any street in the world: Trash.
Last week, Ireland became the second country in the world, after the UK, to declare a climate and biodiversity emergency.
Mismanaged waste is causing hundreds of thousands of people to die each year in the developing world from easily preventable causes, and plastic waste is adding a new and dangerous dimension to the problem, a report has found.
Japanese carmaker Honda has announced that it will go ahead with plans to shut down its UK factory Swindon, in southwest England, by 2021.
Three bomb explosions have struck Afghanistan’s eastern city of Jalalabad, killing at least three people and injuring 20 others, local officials say.
Sudanese police have used tear gas to disperse crowds of protesters in the capital Khartoum who had gathered to pile pressure on the ruling Transitional Military Council (TMC) to hand power to civilians.
China has announced plans to impose tariffs on 60 billion dollars' worth of US goods as of the beginning of next month, a retaliatory measure taken amid escalating trade war between the two sides in the aftermath of Washington's move to tax almost all Chinese imports to the United States.
Turkish security forces have arrested dozens of former police officers on suspicion of affiliation to a movement led by US-based opposition cleric Fethullah Gulen, whom the Ankara government accuses of having masterminded the July 2016 coup attempt against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
The United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) is investigating allegations of civilian casualties following US airstrikes in Farah and Nimroz provinces.
The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) has warned that it will not be able to provide food to more than one million Palestinian refugees in the besieged Gaza Strip if it cannot raise at least an additional $60 million by next month.
US President Donald Trump has warned Chinese President Xi Jinping that his country would be "hurt very badly" if a deal to end the escalating trade war is not reached between the two countries.
China says it will never surrender to external pressure after the United renewed its threat to impose fresh tariffs on Chinese goods amid an escalating trade war between the world’s two largest economies.
Israeli officials have concluded that resistance groups in the besieged Gaza Strip now match their Lebanese counterpart Hezbollah in terms of missile prowess.
EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini says the European Union fully supports the international nuclear accord with Iran after Tehran decided to scale down its commitments in response to US sanctions.
Swedish prosecutors have decided to reopen an investigation into a 2010 rape allegation against Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange, who is serving a prison term in Britain for skipping bail, as the US seeks his extradition.
US states have filed a lawsuit accusing drug companies orchestrating a sweeping scheme to inflate drug prices, sometimes by more than 1,000 percent, and stifle competition for generic drugs.
Turkey’s High Election Board (YSK) rejected a bid by the main opposition party to annul elections for local officials and councils in Istanbul, as well as the vote for the city’s mayor, state-owned Anadolu Agency reported on Monday.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Monday that Iran had the right to partially suspend its commitments under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.
The death toll from a major cyclone that hit eastern India and Bangladesh in early May rose to 77 on Monday as anger grew over millions of people still without power and water.
Yemen’s Houthi Ansarullah movement and the Saudi-backed former government have commenced fresh talks in Jordan, two days after Houthi forces unilaterally began withdrawing from three key ports in the western province of Hudaydah in line with a UN-brokered agreement the warring sides reached last year.