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DUBAI (Reuters) - Iranian forces launched an artillery barrage on armed rebels in a northwestern border area on Saturday, a day after three Iranian border guards were killed in the remote region where the borders of Iran, Iraq and Turkey meet, Iranian state media reported.
(Reuters) - Iran will impose stricter restrictions from next Saturday, President Hassan Rouhani said on state television, as the Middle East country hardest hit by the virus battles a third wave of COVID-19.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Indian cricket board (BCCI) president Sourav Ganguly has no doubt wicket-keeper Wriddhiman Saha, currently nursing a double hamstring injury, will be fit for India's four-test series in Australia beginning next month.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Al Qaeda's second-in-command, accused of helping to mastermind the 1998 bombings of two U.S. embassies in Africa, was killed in Iran in August by Israeli operatives acting at the behest of the United States, the New York Times reported, citing intelligence officials.
LONDON (Reuters) - Two Czech nationals caught at London's Heathrow airport bound for Dubai with 1.2 million pounds in their suitcases have been charged with money laundering, the British government said on Friday.
(Reuters) - Iran, battling a third wave of the coronavirus, is considering imposing a two-week total lockdown in the capital, state media reported, as its death toll from the disease rose by 461 to 40,582 on Friday.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Bahrain on Friday buried Prince Khalifa bin Salman al Khalifa, the world's longest serving prime minister, after his body returned from the United States where he died on Wednesday.
Dubai's Safari Park reopened its doors earlier this week after a two-year expansion, as the emirate seeks to boost its hard-hit tourism sector amid the coronavirus pandemic.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran's intelligence ministry has arrested an Iranian ethnic Arab separatist leader suspected of involvement in an attack on a military parade in 2018 that killed dozens of people, Iranian state television reported on Thursday.
THE world’s most influential gold market authority is threatening to stop bullion from countries including the United Arab Emirates (UAE) entering the mainstream market if they fail to meet regulatory standards, a letter seen by Reuters showed.