The Iran Project
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ITV
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Corbyn are preparing to be grilled in front of a live studio audience tonight. More than 200 drivers a day were caught using mobile phones behind the wheel in a major crackdown, according to police figures. Forces across the country penalised almost 6,000 motorists.
South China Morning Post
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A second major upgrade in a week by JP Morgan on a major Chinese real estate company prompted a sector-wide trading flurry in an otherwise-quiet morning on the Hong Kong stock market on Monday. Leading the risers was Evergrande, which rose by over 25.3 per cent to finish the morning at HK$15.52. Country Garden also closed at HK$9.53, after having risen by over 10.9 per cent at one point. Both have now reached their respective yearly highs. Evergrande also led the market in terms of turnover,...
The Economic Times
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In the current financial year, 17 major states have budgeted for a 10.8% rise in spending, compared with 19% last year, making this the slowest pace of increase.
Voice Of America
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Southern Daily Echo
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A MAJOR Hampshire music festival is to take a break next year.
Associated Press
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Bournemouth Daily Echo
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Daily Star - Football
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CHELSEA could be forced to take a huge hit on Diego Costa this summer after he ruled out a move to China.
The Iran Project
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Alwaght The Al-Tanf border crossing on Syria's southern border with Iraq these days is a point of focus of the global attention. Held by the British and American forces along with allied militants, the border path is of significance for the actors on the ground. The Syrian forces along with their allies from the Resistance Axis that includes Iran, Lebanon, and Iraq, have recently been pushing forward to retake the border crossing that lies on a major highway that links the Iraqi capital of Baghdad to Damascus, the Syrian capital. The US and Britain deployed forces and heavy military equipment to the border area when in March 2016 fighters from the US-backed Syrian militant groups seized control of the area from the ISIS. The terrorist group had captured the crossing in May 2015. The stated US aim behind military deployment to the border region has been supporting the the anti-Damascus militants in the face of ISIS fighters.
South China Morning Post
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Hong Kong stocks edged slightly lower in early Monday trading, following a round of modest gains in overseas markets at the end of last week. The Hang Seng Index opened down 0.10 per cent at 25,612.36, and the Hang Seng China Enterprises index rose 0.04 per cent to 10,583.72 as trade opened. The three major US indices closed mixed on Friday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average finishing 0.01 per cent lower at 21,080.28, the SP 500 rose 0.03 per cent to 2,415.82, while, the Nasdaq Composite up...
The Iran Project
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The Herald
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ALMOST one driver a day has been caught in Scotland using their mobile phones illegally in the wake of a major crackdown on the practice.
Daily Mail - Australia
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PressTV News
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Voice Of America
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MintPress News
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Obviously, the US never sees the same problem with its own massive killings. That’s probably because officially, they dont even recognize the overwhelming majority of the civilian deaths they cause, as the Pentagon’s official death toll for the air war in Iraq and Syria omits virtually all major incidents, and tends to be at most 10% of the toll reported by NGOs. © Antiwar.com The post US Is Killing More Civilians in Syria Air War Than Assad Is appeared first on MintPress News .
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Sputnik International
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BuzzFeed, which already has its hands full with one defamation lawsuit, will now have to deal with another one: the owners of one a major Russian bank are suing the news outlet for defamation over its publication of the famousdodgy dossier.”
Antiwar.com News
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Amid growing pressure from the Red Cross to do something about the health risks posed to Palestinian detainees who have been hunger striking for 40 days, demanding better conditions in Israeli prisons, the strikes were ended this weekend, with reports from the strikers that Israel gave in to 80% of their demands . The main demands of the hunger strikers were improved living conditions for women and children held n detention, increased frequency of family visits, telephone access, and a broadening of the definition of family to include extended family members. Early reports suggested that the only concession made was increasing visits from one per month to two, and Israeli officials at the time presented that as a concession negotiated between the Palestinian Authority and Red Cross. Indeed, Israeli officials were eager to deny that any negotiations had ever taken place with the hunger strikers, despite a lot of reports to the contrary, and Israel's Public Security Minister insisted the strike simply failed and ended because of that .
The Iran Project
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IFP- An Iranian official says Iran is the major Internet service provider for neighbouring Iraq. Managing Director of Iran’s Infrastructure Communications Company Mohammad Javad Azari Jahromi says the country is the largest Internet service provider for Iraq and has a 70-percent share of its Internet market. He went on to say that Iran has overtaken Turkey and Saudi Arabia in seizing the Iraq market. “Iraq was connected to the World Wide Web through Turkey, Iran and Saudi Arabia, but Turkey was taken off the list of Iraq’s service providers due to geographical issues and activities by terrorist groups in Turkey,” he said. With Turkey being removed from the list of Internet service providers for Iraq, the competition was left open for Iran and Saudi Arabia, he said, adding, “We managed to secure 70 percent of this market.” However, he said, Turkey could get back onto the list of Iraq’s Internet service providers once security issues in Iraq are settled, tranquility makes a come back to the country, and terrorists are eliminated.