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Iran summons Swiss envoy to protest Ďbaselessí US claims on elections interference             Lebanese president tasks Hariri with forming new government            Three-man crew return to Earth from International Space Station             Obama warns Biden supporters not to be ícomplacentí as he rips Trumpís record            Bolivia election transparent, Arceís victory overwhelming: OAS            Iran successfully tests Bavar-373 air defense system on 2nd day of drills            US Democrats fear a late Trump surge despite opinion polls            Turkey extends gas exploration in disputed Mediterranean waters            Mosques in southern France placed under protection amid threats            Advocacy groups file complaint over Texas youth prison conditions            US Senate Intelligence Committee blames Americaís enemies for divide in the nation             Twelve killed in Takhar airstrike, including children            Iran: Saudi military expenditure turned West Asia into powder keg             At least 34 killed in Cambodia flash floods             Linking terrorism to Islam shows ignorance: Imam of Egyptís Al-Azhar            


WTO finds US in breach of trade rules with tariffs on China

image1 The file photo shows the logo of the World Trade Organization (WTO) at its headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland. (By AFP) The World Trade Organization (WTO) has declared that the United States breached international...



Iran finds deposit with 8 million tonnes of gold reserves

This photo shows Bazman mountains in Sistan and Baluchestan where gold reserves have reportedly been discovered. Iran has made a gold discovery in southeast Sistan and Baluchestan province, where definite reserves of 8 tonnes of the precious metal have been found, a provincial official says. "The discovered...




Asian, European stocks sink as virus, stimulus sour mood

A man looks at an electronic board showing a stock price of K-pop management agency Big Hit Entertainment after the companyís initial public offering ceremony at the lobby of the Korea Exchange in Seoul on October 15, 2020. (AFP photo) Concerns about the reimposition of virus lockdowns, stalled vaccine...




Citi to pay $400 million OCC fine over risk management issues

Citigroup Inc. will pay a $400 million fine over deficiencies tied to its risk management and internal controls, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency said in a Wednesday statement. The OCC also said Citigroup must seek the regulatorís "non-objection before making significant new acquisitions,"...




ADB Approves $110M Grant to Enhance Afghan Power Supply

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) on Wednesday approved a $110 million grant to boost the power supply and strengthen Afghanistanís energy sector by improving its sustainability and promoting cross-border trade in energy, read an ADB statement. According to the statement, the project will help address...




18 million tourism jobs at risk in EU

Throughout the summer, this was a familiar site; those in the hospitality sector, standing around waiting for customers. The EUís tourism industry, which accounts for 10% of the blocís entire economic output or GDP, has been decimated by the coronavirus. The crisis has been debated in the European...




How Iran is sharing lessons in resilience with Venezuela

Workers of the Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA wave Iranian flags as the Iranian-flagged oil tanker Forest docks at the second-largest refinery, Cardon, in western Venezuela, May 27, 2020. An Iranian supertanker that shipped the countryís first oil cargo to Venezuela last week despite US threats...




Facebook tells Irish court that probe threatens its EU operations: Newspaper

Facebook tells Irish court that its EU operations would be at risk if the court goes on with a major probe. Facebook has told Irelandís High Court it cannot see how its services could operate in the European Union if regulators freeze its data transfer mechanism, the Sunday Business Post reported, citing...




Govít approves four wind and solar power projects

The Afghan High Economic Council has approved four wind and solar power projects in Herat, Kabul and Balkh provinces. Laima Khurram, director of public-private partnership policy at the Ministry of Finance, said the projects would cost an estimated $160 million. "One of the wind power projects is...




Asian, European markets sink after US Fed warning of íuncertainí outlook

Currency traders work at the foreign exchange dealing room of the KEB Hana Bank headquarters in Seoul, South Korea, Thursday, Sept. 17, 2020. (AP photo) Asian and European markets dropped on Thursday following a warning by the US Federal Reserve of "uncertain" outlook for the American economy badly...




WTO finds US in breach of trade rules with tariffs on China

The file photo shows the logo of the World Trade Organization (WTO) at its headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland. (By AFP) The World Trade Organization (WTO) has declared that the United States breached international trade rules by imposing multibillion-dollar tariffs on China. In a 66-page report on...




Korea pledges $1m to help Afghanistan tackle pandemic

The South Korean embassy in Kabul signed a US$1 million grant with the World Health Organization (WHO) this week to assist in efforts to fight the COVID-19 pandemic in Afghanistan. According to WHO, the organization will receive funding to implement the "Strengthening access to quality health care...




Pakistanís exports to Afghanistan drop by 43.6% in July

Pakistanís exports of goods and services to Afghanistan dropped by 43.61 percent in July against the same period last year, the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) reported. According to Pakistanís The Nation, exports totaled $61.25 million this July against exports to the value of $108.64 last year. Imported...




IMF chief warns global economic crisis ífar from overí

IMF chief Kristalina Georgieva (File photo) IMF chief Kristalina Georgieva has warned that a full recovery for the global economy is "unlikely" without a vaccine for the coronavirus. In a column co-authored with IMF chief economist Gita Gopinath, Georgieva warned that the crisis might cause further...




Iran divesting worldís largest gas condensate refinery

File photo shows a view to installations in the Persian Gulf Star Refinery located in the southern Iranian province of Hormozgan. The Iranian government will soon divest parts of its shares in the Persian Gulf Star Oil Company (PGSCO) which runs the worldís largest refinery working on natural gas condensate. The...




Owners of cargoes carrying Iranian fuel challenge US loot in court

The US government has said it seized 1.116 million barrels of fuel because it was bound for Venezuela. The owners of four cargoes carrying Iranian fuel that was looted in high seas by the United States last month have mounted a legal challenge to reclaim them, a report says. The US government has said...




Afghan Saffron Yield Up 10%: Ministry

According to estimates by the Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock (MAIL), 24 metric tons of saffron will be produced in the country this year. A ministry spokesman says that information gathered from across the country shows that saffron yields are rising. "Saffron production in Afghanistan...




Iranís IKCO develops panoramic roof for popular French model

Iranís IKCO is offering its French model Peugeot 207 with a panoramic roof. Iranís largest car manufacturer the IKCO is launching a new version of its popular French model Peugeot 207 with a panoramic roof. Ahmad Aqajani, a project contractor working for the Iran Khodro Company, said on Tuesday that...




Trump threatens to ídecoupleí US economy from China

US President Donald Trump arrives to speak at the 2020 Council for National Policy meeting in Arlington, Virginia, US, August 21, 2020. (Photo by Reuters) President Donald Trump has threatened to "decouple" the US economy from China, while Beijing is trying to use the upcoming trade talks with Washington...




Turkey announces discovery of large natural gas reserve in Black Sea

This file photo, taken in Istanbul, Turkey, on August 23, 2019, shows the Turkish Oruc Reis seismic research vessel docked at port. (By AFP) Turkey has announced the discovery of a large natural gas reserve off its Black Sea coast, which could ease the countryís dependence on energy imports. Turkish...




US Fed officials expect virus will Ďweigh heavilyí on economy

US Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell (File photo) US Federal Reserve officials had expressed concern at their latest meeting over the future of the countryís economy amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to the minutes of the session. In the Federal Open Market Committeeís meeting held in late...




íBlow-Upí Event Could Crush US Dollar as Multi-Trillion Debt Mounts, Ex-IMF Deputy Head Warns

The US Congress is currently mulling a new round of support for the American economy during the pandemic, that cost would at least $1 trillion if agreed by the Democratic-led House of Representatives and Republican-led Senate. However, such a fiscal stimulus may also create additional risks for the American...




US Pledges $36.7M for COVID-19 Response in Afghanistan

The United States has allocated more than $36.7 million to help the people of Afghanistan respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, and expedited $90 million in continued development assistance through the World Bank to support Afghanistanís national health and education sectors and local government needs, the...




Proposed union deal with BA involves cuts of at least 270 jobs and 20% in pay

Jose Marti International Airport, in Havana on 18 March 2020. / AFP / YAMIL LAGE British Airways pilots are to vote on a deal struck between the BALPA union and airline management that would involve at least 270 losing their jobs and the rest taking pay cuts of up to 20%. BALPA said it was "hugely...




Face masks compulsory in shops in England from Friday

A woman, wearing a protective facemask. July 4, 2020, (AFP) Face masks will be mandatory in shops and supermarkets across England as of Friday, individuals will have to cover their mouths and noses when entering sandwich shops or takeaways according to the governmentís guidance. Face coverings, as...




US on collision course with a double-dip recession: Leading economist

Traders work during the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on March 19, 2020, at Wall Street in New York City. (AFP photo) The United States is on a collision course with a double-dip recession as V-shaped recovery mania on Wall Street is leading investors astray, a prominent economist...




US oil regulator targets Saudi, Russia over excessive crude dump on US markets

The US Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission (IOGCC) has passed a resolution to investigate dumping of crude on US markets by Saudi Arabia and Russia. The effort was initiated by Railroad Commission Chairman Wayne Christian, a Republican from Texas, demanding that the government investigate excessive...




South Korea enters recession as exports plunge by most since 1963

A view of a container port at Busan, South Korea taken on June 10, 2020. (Getty Images) South Korea slipped into a recession in the second quarter in its worst economic decline in over two decades as exports plunged due to the coronavirus pandemic. As social distancing curbs paralyzed factories in...




Afghan exports arrive in India after borders reopen

Fourteen trucks loaded with dried fruit and other goods from Afghanistan have arrived in India after the reopening of the Attari-Wagah border in Punjab, Indian officials confirmed Wednesday night. According to The Hindu, the goods, valued at about US$670,000, will help the local market regain some...




Iran to launch special trade office in China: Businessman

Iran is to set up a special office in China to streamline trade activities with the East Asian country. A senior businessman says major Iranian companies are teaming up to create a trade office in China amid growing economic relations between the two countries. Gholamhossein Jamili, a board member...




EU summit: Leaders reach landmark Ä1.82 trillion COVID-19 recovery deal and budget

EU leaders reached a landmark €1.82 trillion COVID-19 recovery package early Tuesday morning. It comes after days of sometimes bitter discussions over the seven year budget and recovery package which includes jointly borrowing a €750 billion recovery fund to be shared as grants and loans. Speaking...




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