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Japan issues tsunami warning after major volcanic eruption             Russians arrest US citizen over pedophilia claims             Russia denies claim it is responsible for gas crisis in Europe             Mike Pence slams ípower grabí of US Democrats             Italy reports 180,426 coronavirus cases, 308 deaths             UN says Ďdeeply concernedí over growing hate speech in Bosnia, Serbia             Prosecutors say Kazakhstan unrest has left Ď225 people deadí             ĎKill the Billí: Thousands rally across UK against ídraconian crackdowní on protests             Anti-vax protesters rally across Europe against mandatory measures             China filling US-created vacuum in Middle East: Washington-based daily             Child hospitalizations reach record high in US, UK             Canadian FM to visit Ukraine, vows support amid tensions with Russia             Former White House advisor pleads guilty to wire fraud             US Congress targets Chinese rare earths imports             Pakistan: Final Durand Line Fencing Completed            


half Factories Have Stop Functioning as Markets Drop

Almost 50% of manufacturing plants have ended tasks because of banking issues and the absence of unrefined components just as the drop in market interest, the Chamber of Industry and Mines said on Wednesday. image1 "Because...



Russia denies claim it is responsible for gas crisis in Europe

A photo illustration shows gas burning on a domestic hob in Liverpool, north-west England on September 2021. (Photo by AFP) Russia has denied allegation by the International Energy Agency (IEA) that the country should be blamed for the current gas supply crisis in Europe. Russian Deputy Prime Minister...




US Congress targets Chinese rare earths imports

US Senator Tom Cotton, a Republican from Arkansas (Getty Images file photo)) A bipartisan bill in the US Congress has aimed to stop the import of strategic Chinese rare earth metals to the country. The bill was proposed in Congress on Friday by Senators Tom Cotton, an Arkansas Republican, and Mark...




Iran, Syria to set up joint bank and free trade zones: Minister

An Iranian minister says Tehran and Damascus have reached major economic cooperation agreements. Iran and Syria have agreed to set up a joint bank and special economic zones amid efforts to boost their economic cooperation, according to Iranís transportation minister Rostam Qassemi who travelled to...




half Factories Have Stop Functioning as Markets Drop

Almost 50% of manufacturing plants have ended tasks because of banking issues and the absence of unrefined components just as the drop in market interest, the Chamber of Industry and Mines said on Wednesday. "Because of less requests in business sectors, banking issues, and power issues, 40-50 percent...




Iran central bank to launch digital currency on pilot basis

Iranís central bank is to launch a trial phase for its digital currency. he Central Bank of Iran (CBI) says a pilot version of its digital currency is ready to be rolled out after two years of works and studies on the program. Head of CBIís information services company Abutaleb Najafi said on Wednesday...




US pledges another $308 million in humanitarian aid to Afghans

The United States has announced more than $308 million in humanitarian assistance for the people of Afghanistan amid the ongoing economic crisis in the country. In a statement issued on Tuesday, the White House stated that the amount brings the total "U.S. humanitarian aid in Afghanistan and for Afghan...




Chinaís imports of Iranian oil hit record since 2018 sanctions

Chinaís private refiners are a main customer of Iranís floating oil cargoes. Chinaís imports of Iranian crude oil last year hit a record high since the US imposed sanctions on the Islamic Republic in 2018 with the aim of bringing the countryís oil sales down to zero, Bloomberg reports. Chinese refiners...




7 TAPI Project Agreements to Be Signed Soon: Officials

Officials at the Foreign Ministry said that they will soon sign the remaining seven agreements on the TAPI project with TAPI project partners. Waliullah Shaheen, the director of strategic studies at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said that Turkmenistan will pay Afghanistanís share for the TAPI project...




Under sanctions, Iran, Russia ties evolve into strategic partnership

Iran in the south and Russia in the north of the Caspian Sea have strategic access to the worldís free zones and open seas. Iranís exports to Russia in the first nine months of the current Persian year which ends on March 20 increased by 58%, including 62% in agricultural and food products, a review...




German SPD official defends pro-Nord Stream 2 policy

In this file photo taken on September 07, 2020 a road sign directs traffic towards the Nord Stream 2 gas line landfall facility entrance in Lubmin, north eastern Germany. (Photo by AFP) The Nord Stream 2 pipeline to bring Russian gas to Germany should not be mixed up with political and human rights...




Turkmenistan delegation visiting Kabul to assess TAPI

A Turkmen delegation headed by the Deputy Foreign Minister of Turkmenistan arrived in Kabul on Saturday, January 8, 2022, and is supposed to meet with Taliban officials over the development of TAPI. The delegation has reportedly visited the western Herat province before landing in the Afghan capital...




Iran being paid for crude exports, shipments rising: NIOC chief

NIOC chief says Iranís crude exports continue to rise as he insists proceeds are returned to the country. Iran has seen its oil exports steadily increase in recent months while it has been able to recoup revenues despite sanctions imposed by the United States on both the sales and on banking transactions...




Iran ready for 10-fold increase in gas swap from Turkmenistan: Minister

Turkmenistanís visiting Vice President Rashit Meredov gestures to reporters while leaving the headquarters of Iranís Oil Ministry in Tehran on January 8, 2022. Iranís Oil Minister Javad Owji says natural gas swap from Turkmenistan can increase by up to 10 times in volume terms if Ashgabat agrees to...




TAPI Pipeline Project to Resume Soon: Officials

A high-ranking delegation from Turkmenistan has come to Kabul and discussed issues related to the Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) gas pipeline, officials said on Saturday. The Turkmen delegates included deputy Foreign Minister Wafa Khadzhieve and Mohammad Murad Amanov, the chief of...




Digital yuan given green light by Chinese tech giant

© Getty Images / SOPA Images / Contributor Its adoption by Tencent-owned WeChat is expected to attract over a billion users to Chinaís national digital currency Chinese technology conglomerate Tencent has reportedly added support for digital yuan to its WeChat Pay wallet, granting users the...




We prevent economic collapse in Afghanistan: Talibanís FM

The acting Foreign Minister of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan Amir Khan Motaqi Establishment of the Emirate has withheld the economic collapse of Afghanistan. Speaking to spokespersons of the IEA on Thursday, January 7, 2022, the acting Foreign Minister said financial resources of Afghanistan...




Losses from flash floods in south Iran estimated at nearly $180 mln: Reports

Initial estimates suggest losses from flash floods in southern Iran amount to nearly $180 million. Initial estimates suggest losses from flash floods that affected areas in south and southeast Iran earlier this week could amount to nearly $180 million. Estimates provided by local authorities in four...




Google hit with Ä150mn French fine for cookie breaches

A 3D printed Facebookís new rebrand logo Meta is seen in front of displayed Google logo in this illustration taken on November 2, 2021. (Reuters photo) Franceís data privacy watchdog CNIL said on Thursday it had fined Alphabetís Google (GOOGL.O) a record 150 million euros ($169 million) for making...




Omicron wreaking disruption on US economy, 4th stimulus checks not expected

New Yorkers queued for Covid-19 testing in Times Square on Dec. 26, 2021, as the omicron variant continued to spread. (Reuters photo) The American economy is getting hit as the US federal government is grappling with the Omicron variant which has prompted Covid-19 cases to surge to record levels. This...




UKís stalling economy blamed on inflation and product shortages

Goods vehicles at the Port of Dover on 30 December. (Getty Images) The UKís economic recovery paused prior to the arrival of the Omicron variant of Covid and the dampening impact of the governmentís plan B restrictions on consumer spending in the Christmas shopping period, a new survey shows. Businesses...




Wall Street bank predicts end of gold era

© Getty Images / szjphoto Gold may soon lose its status as the universal "store of value" to Bitcoin, US bank claims Bitcoin may overtake goldís market share in 2022, a Goldman Sachs analyst has said in a research note to clients, as cryptocurrencies and digital assets surge in price and attract...




Iran reports lowest unemployment rate in 25 years at 8.9%

Iranís statistics agency says jobless rate dropped 0.5% in the quarter to December to 8.9%. Iranís unemployment rate has dropped to its lowest point in the past 25 years mainly because the countryís economically active population has shrunk because of the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, according...




South Korean team in Vienna for talks on debt to Iran

A South Korean national flag flies outside the central bankís headquarters in Seoul, South Korea in this file photo. South Korea says it has sent a delegation to Vienna to hold talks with Iran and other countries over how to resolve the issue of frozen Iranian assets held in the Asian country. Iran...




Iran imposes fresh cap on foreign cash for outbound passengers

Iranís central bank further limits the amount of cash allowed to be sold to outbound passengers. The Central Bank of Iran (CBI) has imposed a fresh limit on the amount of foreign currency cash allowed to be sold to outbound passengers amid efforts by the government to prevent any misuse of the countryís...




Tesla slammed for Ďsupporting genocideí

© Getty Images / VCG Elon Muskís electric car maker is in hot water for opening a showroom in a Chinese region allegedly plagued by human rights abuses The announcement by electric car maker Tesla that it has opened a showroom in Chinaís Xinjiang has been met with ire from US rights and trade...




Apple sets new global record

© Getty Images / Getty Images US tech giant becomes first company in the world to reach $3 trillion in market capitalization The new year started with a fresh highwater mark for Apple, which became the first company to hit a market value of $3 trillion as investors poured new money into stocks...




Bitcoin predicted to hit $100k

© Getty Images / Busakorn Pongparnit El Salvadorís head of state predicts Bitcoin will have a blast in 2022, from official adoption to hitting the elusive 6-digit price El Salvadorís president, Nayib Bukele, predicts Bitcoin will double in price this year and reach $100,000 per coin amid official...




Disney & Boeing among worst stocks of 2021

© Getty Images / samxmeg Cartoon giant, wireless network operator, and plane-maker stocks showed worst performances on US markets Walt Disney, Verizon, and Boeing, as well as California-based biopharmaceutical firm Amgen and tech conglomerate Honeywell, were the worst stocks of 2021, according...




Turkish lira just had its worst year in 2 decades

© Getty Images / Bloomberg Creative Turkeyís national currency lost nearly half of its value against the US greenback in 2021 The Turkish lira ended 2021 by losing 44% of its value against the US dollar - 19% in the last week of the year alone. This was the liraís worst performance since President...




Countries accelerate shift away from US dollar

© Getty Images Emerging markets are leading the gold-buying spree The holdings of gold in the foreign exchange reserves of the central banks have been growing worldwide, hitting a 31-year high this year. At the same time, US dollar holdings have been dropping. According to the World Gold Council,...




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