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Iran's authorities declare end of 'sedition'

The authorities of the Islamic Republic of Iran officially said that the anti-regime protests had ended in the country as thousands of people attended rallies in a state-organised display of support for the Islamic republic, the top commander of …

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Direct shooting at protesters in Iran (VIDEO)

A video of today's shooting, which has become another act of escalating the situation in the republic, was uploaded onto Iran's social networking sites. Sources do not specify in which city of Iran the shooting took place. …

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Three Revolutionary Guard members killed in Iran

Three members of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) were killed in clashes in the Iranian city of Piranshahr on Wednesday, Mehr news agency reported, citing a statement from the Revolutionary Guards. According to the …

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Trump: US is watching Iran protests

US President Donald Trump said Tuesday the US is watching the "brutal and corrupt Iranian regime" amid deadly protests in the country, continuing his public support for anti-government demonstrations. …

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Death toll rises to 22 in Iran anti-regime protests

At least 22 people, including a police officer, have been killed in anti-government protests across Iran, officials said, Yeni Şafak reported. At least five people were killed Monday in protests in Isfahan province, according to …

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U.S. condemns arrest of protesters in Iran

The United States on Friday strongly condemned the arrest of peaceful protesters in Iran and urged “all nations to publicly support the Iranian people and their demands for basic rights and an end to corruption,” the U.S. State …

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What does 2017 bring for Middle East?

The defeat of militants in Syria, the fulfillment of the OPEC deal, the strengthening of Russia's positions and the collapse of the US positions became key events of 2017 in the Middle East, the experts told the correspondents of Vestnik …

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Kazakh coal miners stage sit-in

About 700 coal miners in Kazakhstan are demanding to improve working conditions and a wage rise, the minister of Labor and Social Protection of Kazakhstan Tamara Duisenova said. "According to latest data submitted …

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Butter price mounting at record pace in Armenia

Butter prices in Armenia show a record growth, Haykakan Zhamanak reported. The newspaper’s monitoring showed that in supermarkets in downtown Yerevan, butter price surged by 550 drams (around $1.1) per one kilogram. …

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Detained Saudi princes offered freedom deals

Saudi authorities are negotiating settlements with princes and businessmen held over allegations of corruption, offering deals for the detainees to pay for their freedom. The Saudi government is looking to appropriate as much as 70% of …

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 Around 12,000 homes destroyed by Iran earthquake

About 12,000 houses were destroyed by  earthquake in western Iran, the head of Relief and Rescue Organization of the Red Crescent Society Morteza Salimi said. The head of Cultural Heritage, Handcrafts and Tourism …

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Erdogan posts photo with his grandson in social network

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan posted a photo with his grandson on Twitter. Photo accompanies the signature, "Every second we spend with children, makes a special contribution to our life, our world." According to the …

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Riyad denies death of Saudi prince

A Saudi prince who was thought to have been killed in a firefight while resisting arrest as part of the kingdom's anti-corruption purge is 'alive and well', according to the government.   "There is no truth …

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