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Libyaís prime minister to meet with Turkish president in Ankara             Arrests at widespread US protests hit 10,000            European markets edge lower ahead of ECB meeting             Brazil reports record 1,349 coronavirus deaths in 24 hours             Knife attack wounds 39 in Chinese primary school             Ex-Pentagon chief blasts Trump for dividing Americans amid anti-racism protests            Obama says US protests offer chance to change America as he voices support            China to allow banned foreign airlines to resume limited flights            WRC: 2020 rally Finland cancelled due to coronavirus            North Korea warns South of ending military pact over propaganda leaflets            US State Department inspector general fired while probing Saudi arms sales            S Korea seeks arrest of Samsung heir in succession probe             COVID-19 Cases Exceed 18,000 in Afghanistan            New Acting Health Minister Introduced, Pledges Reforms            Joe Biden wins 7 US states in Democratic presidential primaries            


US unemployment rate Ďto get worseí amid pandemic: Treasury

image1 People who lost their jobs wait in line to file for unemployment benefits, following an outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), at Arkansas Workforce Center in Fort Smith, Arkansas, US, on April 6, 2020. (Photo...



European markets edge lower ahead of ECB meeting

Traders work in front of a board displaying the chart of Germanyís share index DAX at the stock exchange in Frankfurt am Main, western Germany, on March 9, 2020. (AFP photo) European stocks edged lower Thursday ahead of a European Central Bank (ECB) meeting where policymakers will announce their latest...




S Korea seeks arrest of Samsung heir in succession probe

Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman, Jay Y. Lee (File photo) South Korean prosecutors have requested an arrest warrant against Samsung Group heir Jay Y. Lee, they said on Thursday, in the investigation of a controversial 2015 merger and alleged accounting fraud in a suspected bid to aid his succession...




Long lines as Iranian fuel arrives at Venezuelaís gasoline stations

Workers of the state-oil company Pdvsa holding Iranian and Venezuelan flags greet during the arrival of the Iranian tanker ship "Fortune" at El Palito refinery in Puerto Cabello, Venezuela May 25, 2020. (Photo by Reuters) Fuel shipped from Iran has begun arriving at Venezuela’s gasoline stations...




Renault to cut down 15,000 jobs amid coronavirus outbreak

An employee wearing a protective mask walks along the assembly line that produces both the electric vehicle Renault Zoe and the hybrid vehicle Nissan Micra, at Flins-sur-Seine, France on May 6, 2020. (Photo by AFP) Renault has said it was launching talks with unions to restructure several French car...




Inflation to decline by nearly 7% in Iran in late March 2021: Report

An economic analysis report published in Iran shows inflation in the country will be down by nearly seven percent year on year in late March 2021. The report published on Monday by the Tehran Chamber of Commerce said that Iranís inflation at the end of the current fiscal year will stand at 34.2 percent,...




Turkey delaying gas pipeline repair for unknown reasons: Iran

Iranís Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh says he is unaware why Turkey has been delaying repair work on an Iranian gas pipeline that was blown up in late March. "I donít know for what reason the repair has been delayed," said Zanganeh, adding that such repair works usually takes several days to complete. The...




Trumpís economic adviser: US unemployment could pass 20 percent in May

White House economic adviser Kevin Hassett speaks to members of the press in front of the West Wing of the White House on May 22, 2020 in Washington, DC. (Getty Images) A White House economic advisor has warned the unemployment rate in the United States may cross 20 percent in May, as the coronavirus...




US risks ípermanent damageí from long virus shutdown: Mnuchin

The US economy risks suffering "permanent damage" the longer the lockdown to contain the COVID-19 pandemic drags on, US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Tuesday. American families and businesses are suffering amid the nationwide shutdowns, Mnuchin told a Senate committee, but reopening the economy...




UK risks slow COVID recovery, all stimulus options under review

Britainís economy could be facing a slower recovery from its deep coronavirus slump than the Bank of England suggested this month and all stimulus options, including sub-zero interest rates, should be considered, a BoE deputy governor said. But Dave Ramsden told Reuters the issues around taking rates...




Chancellor Rishi Sunak warns of economic hardship

After months of trying to convince the British public that the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic can be swiftly reversed, the Chancellor of the Exchequer has now turned around and poured cold water on those hopes. Rishi Sunak now claims that it is "not obvious there will be an immediate...




Uber laying off another 3,000 workers, trimming investment amid US virus crisis

Uber has announced it is cutting a quarter of its global workforce and trimming investment to survive the financial hit to its business from the coronavirus pandemic. The San Francisco-based company is laying off about 3,000 people and stopping some investments unrelated to its core ride-share and delivery...




US industrial output plunges 11.2% in April amid pandemic

American industrial production dropped a record 11.2 percent in April, the first full month of widespread business lockdowns, with massive declines across sectors, particularly in autos and oil, the Federal Reserve said Friday. It was the "largest monthly drop in the 101-year history of the index, as...




European shares drop as Powell fans recovery fears

The German share price index DAX graph is pictured at the stock exchange in Frankfurt, Germany, May 13, 2020. (Reuters photo) European shares retreated on Thursday as comments from US officials fanned concerns of a prolonged economic downturn due to the coronavirus outbreak, while investors eyed the...




Trump deepens rift with Fauci on US reopening amid Fed warning

Dr. Anthony Fauci speaks as US President Donald Trump listens during the daily press briefing on the Coronavirus pandemic situation at the White House in Washington, DC, on March 17, 2020. (Photo by AFP) US President Donald Trump says he "totally" disagrees with his top health advisor, Anthony Fauci,...




Oil prices could go negative again: US commodities regulator warns

Oil prices could again drop below zero amid the upcoming West Texas Intermediate (WTI) June futures contract expiry on May 19 and the ensuing risks, the US commodities regulator said in a warning to brokers, exchanges and clearing houses. The rare warning by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission...




Iran eases curbs on exports of COVID-19 test kits, PPEs

Iranís caretaker minister of industries says that the country has lifted restrictions on exports of some tests kits and personal protective equipment (PPE) needed to confront the new coronavirus pandemic amid a surge in production that outweighs domestic demands. Hossein Modarres Khiabani said on Wednesday...




Iran enacts law on granting residency to foreign investors

Iranian authorities say they have prepared the paperwork needed to enforce a new law on according residency to foreign investors. An Iranian deputy interior minister said on Wednesday that foreign investors would soon be able to apply for the five-year residency in Iran based on regulations approved...




US reports record $738 billion budget deficit in April

The United States has reported a record $738 billion budget deficit in April as an explosion in government spending and a shrinking of revenues amid the novel coronavirus pandemic pushed it deeply into the red. The Treasury Department said the budget deficit in April was the first to reflect the enormity...




Turkeyís dithering on Iran gas imports and US link

Flames engulf a gas pipeline in Agri, Turkey, on March 31, 2020. (Photo by DHA) Turkey is dragging its feet on repairing a pipeline which was hit by an explosion in late March, stopping Iranís gas exports to the country, the Fars news agency says. Iran sells about 10 billion cubic meters a year of...




IranAir to partially resume international flights on May 14

Iranís flag carrier Homa, known internationally as IranAir, is to partially resume its international flights after a two-month hiatus that came over the new coronavirus pandemic. Homa said in a Monday statement that its flight to the Dutch capital Amsterdam will resume on May 14. The airline said the...




White House considers more coronavirus aid as jobs picture worsens

People queue to collect food distribution at Harlemís Community Kitchen and Food Pantry service by the Food Bank for New York City during the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the Manhattan borough of New York City, US, May 9, 2020. (Reuters photo) The White House has begun informal...




US unemployment rate Ďto get worseí amid pandemic: Treasury

People who lost their jobs wait in line to file for unemployment benefits, following an outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), at Arkansas Workforce Center in Fort Smith, Arkansas, US, on April 6, 2020. (Photo by Reuters) The US Treasury secretary says the unemployment rate reported by the...




Iran receiving orders for COVID-19 test kits from 8 countries: Official

File photo shows a health worker at a laboratory for coronavirus diagnostics in the central Iranian city of Isfahan. Iranian test kits used to determine the rate of immunity against the new coronavirus are becoming increasingly popular as several more countries are placing bulk orders for the diagnostic...




Saudi tribe hit by bloody forceful eviction measures for bin Salmanís ambitious NEOM project

The futuristic megacity with the cost estimate around $500 billion is part of bin Salmanís 2030 vision to transform the image of the kingdom. A Saudi tribe has been hit by bloody forced eviction measures employed to make way for the construction of the Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS)ís visionary...




Millions more Americans join the unemployment line

People who lost their jobs wait in line to file for unemployment following an outbreak of the coronavirus at an Arkansas Workforce Center in Fayetteville, Arkansas, on April 6, 2020. (Reuters photo) Millions more Americans sought unemployment benefits last week, suggesting layoffs broadened from consumer-facing...




Iran health sector gets another $260 mln in rescue over pandemic

Iranian government unveils $260 million lifeline for health sector amid the coronavirus pandemic. (Photo by Mehr News) The Iranian government has earmarked some $260 million to the countryís health sector in a fresh attempt to help hospitals and care homes cope with the new coronavirus pandemic. Iranian...




US private sector lost 20.2 million jobs in April: ADP

The US economy shed 20.2 million private sector jobs in April, according to ADP, the worst monthly reading in the companyís history of reporting job loss. "Job losses of this scale are unprecedented," said Ahu Yildirmaz, co-head of the ADP Research Institute. "The total number of job losses for the...




Virgin Atlantic to cut over 3,000 jobs, move flights to Heathrow as COVID-19 bites

In this AFP file photo taken on April 02, 2020, tailfins of parked Virgin Atlantic passenger aircraft are pictured on the apron at Heathrow Airport, west of London. British airline Virgin Atlantic said on Tuesday it planned to cut 3,150 jobs and would move its flying program from London Gatwick to Heathrow...




Iran sends first batch of COVID-19 test kits to Germany

Iran sends 40,000 consignments of coronavirus testing kits to Germany. An Iranian biomedicine company has supplied a large batch of coronavirus test kits to Germany amid reported surge in the production of the diagnostic tool in the country. A report by the IRIB News said that some 40,000 consignments...




US to borrow in a quarter over twice as much as it did last year

US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin The United States is set to borrow twice as much as it did last year in a quarter over the economic crisis hitting the country amid the coronavirus pandemic. Washington is planning to borrow nearly $3 trillion between April and June, the US Treasury Department announced...




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