Sunday, 20 September, 2020
China says US ‘abruptly’ ordered closure of consulate in Houston
China says the United States government has “abruptly” informed Beijing that it has to close its consulate in the Texan city of Houston, calling Washington's decision “political provocation.”
Zarif to US, Europe: Palestinians should not pay for your crimes, guilt

China urges US to stop ‘unreasonable suppression’ of Huawei
China has urged the United States to stop the "unreasonable suppression” of Chinese tech giant Huawei as well as other enterprises, as tensions have heightened between the world’s two largest economies.
Iran to reopen many mosques as 47 more die of virus
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said mosques would reopen across large parts of the country on Monday, as officials reported a drop in the number of deaths from the novel coronavirus.
Iran tells US not to 'plot' against it amid Gulf tensions
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani on Wednesday told the United States it “should not plot against the Iranian nation every day”, amid fresh tensions between the arch foes in the Gulf.
India's govt boosts massive Hindu festival, eyeing election
India's Hindu nationalist-led government is splashing out on a religious megafest, spending unprecedented sums as part of a strategy to focus on the country's majority Hindu population ahead of a general election due this year.
15 dead in Iran cargo plane crash
A military cargo plane overshot a runway, crashed and caught fire during a botched landing near the Iranian capital Tehran, killing 15 people.
Rouhani: US, allies' schemes will be frustrated
President Hassan Rouhani has assured the Iranian nation that Iran is the party that will eventually emerge victorious from the ongoing campaign of sanctions and pressure that the country has been subjected to by the United States and its allies.
Afghan Taliban says 'post-occupation' discussed with Iran
The Taliban discussed Afghanistan's “post-occupation situation” with Iran in their latest meeting, the group said on Tuesday, as Tehran makes a more concerted and open push for peace ahead of a possible US drawdown.
Pakistan won’t mend its ways anytime soon, says India’s Modi
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that it would be a huge mistake to believe that Pakistan would mend its ways anytime soon.
Iran says Afghan Taliban were in Tehran for peace talks
Iran said on Monday that the Afghan Taliban have visited Tehran for a second round of peace talks in just a few days aimed at bringing an end to 17 years of conflict.
Naseeruddin Shah refuses to backtrack on remarks about intolerance in India
Despite facing severe criticism over remarks about rising intolerance in India, Bollywood actor Naseeruddin Shah has categorically said he has no regrets about saying what he said.
US offers safety and job security to Taliban
Eager to persuade Taliban to join the Afghan peace process, the United States is offering them a safety network that includes creating job opportunities for the insurgents.
At least 43 killed in Kabul govt compound attack
An hours-long gun and bomb attack on a Kabul government compound killed at least 43 people, officials said on Tuesday, making it one of the deadliest assaults on the Afghan capital this year.
Pentagon opposes Trump’s troop withdrawal plan
The US Department of Defence has informed Congress that it wants to continue to apply direct and indirect military pressure on the Taliban, while supporting nascent efforts for peace in war-ravaged Afghanistan.
Afghan president replaces top security chiefs in major shake-up
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on Sunday replaced two of the country's top security chiefs with staunch anti-Taliban officials, in a major shake-up days after US President Donald Trump's decision to slash troop numbers in the country.
Protesters block women activists going to flashpoint India temple
Hundreds of Hindu devotees on Sunday blocked a path leading to one of the holiest temples in southern India to stop a group of women making a new attempt to reach the landmark.
 
 
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