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Iran on Tuesday indicated frustration with India’s failure to settle debts remaining from previous purchases of oil from Tehran.
Iran is reported to have started rare barter deals with major commodity traders through which it provides gasoline in exchange for high-quality fuel oil.
The United Nations says peace talks on the conflict in Syria are to resume within days.
Zionist forces have martyred a Palestinian outside the Israeli-occupied Old City of al-Quds, bringing to three the number of Palestinians killed in a single day.
The Marshall Islands told the International Court of Justice Tuesday that Pakistan is violating its "obligations" to the international community by failing to reduce its nuclear arsenal.
Tuesday, 08 March 2016 15:32

Iran holds final stage of missile drill

The Aerospace Division of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) is holding the final stage of large-scale missile drills.
Turkey’s military opened rounds of artillery fire Tuesday into Syrian territories after an alleged rocket attack from across the border killed one person and injured another.
The Lebanese army says it is fully prepared to repel all types of threats amid Saudi Arabia’s growing pressure and reports of an Israeli plan for a new war on the Arab country.
The latest figures show that over 3,600 migrants arrived in Britain through the Channel between July and September last year.
Iraqi security forces, backed by army units, have liberated a region in the embattled western Iraqi province of Anbar from the ISIL Takfiri terrorists.
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