Entertainment magazine – Journal of Negotiations and News
Wednesday , July 17 2019

In Hong Kong what’s really going on?

In Hong Kong what’s really going on? Download The West, especially the US, is trying to cause trouble for China, as is evident by the recent American sale of sophisticated weapons to the breakaway state of Taiwan and other provocations such as the crisis in the famous international trade, banking …

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Alireza Dabir elected Iran wrestling president

TEHRAN – Olympics gold medal winner Alireza Dabir was named as new president of Iran Wrestling Federation for the next four years. In the elections held in Iran’s Olympic Academy, located in Tehran, Dabir polled 18 votes while Abdolmehdi Nasirzadeh garnered 12 which were however insufficient for a two-thirds majority …

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300MW to be added to Iran’s renewables capacity by March 2020

TEHRAN- Some 300 megawatts (MW) of new capacity will be added to Iran’s renewable power generation by the end of the current Iranian calendar year (March 19, 2020), IRNA reported on Wednesday, quoting Iranian energy minister as saying. According to Reza Ardakanian the capacity of Iran’s renewable power plants is …

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Iran rejects claims it is willing to talk its missile program

TEHRAN – Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Abbas Mousavi has rejected claims about Iran’s willingness to hold talks on its missile program. His comments came as the Associated Press published a report on Tuesday claiming that Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif seemed to suggest Tehran’s ballistic missile program could be …

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“The Evenings: A Winter’s Tale” appears in Iranian bookstores

TEHRAN – Dutch author Gerard Reve’s debut novel “The Evenings: A Winter’s Tale” (De avonden) has recently been published in Persian by Elmi Publications in Tehran. Translated by Morteza Gholami, the 1947 book is about 23-year-old Frits, an office worker, daydreamer and teller of inappropriate jokes, who finds life absurd …

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US anti-Iran line behind rise in Mideast tensions

Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says the hostile policy being pursued by the United States against Iran has fueled tensions in the Middle East, warning that such an approach could have “catastrophic consequences” in the region. In an interview with the Russian ‘Argumenty i Fakty’ weekly published on Wednesday, Lavrov said the current …

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92,000 home-based businesses created nationwide

TEHRAN – Some 92,000 home-based businesses have been created across the country over the past [Iranian calendar] year (ended March 20), Mohammad Shariatmadari, the cooperatives, labor and social welfare minister, has said. Some 270,000 individuals have received licenses to launch a home-based business in various occupations during the past year, …

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