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Clocks move backward an hour in Iran for approaching autumn
Iranians moved backward their clocks by one hour at midnight on Sunday (19:30 GMT, September 20) to end the Daylight Saving Time (DST) on the eve of autumn.
Zarif: US to be lost in its own ‘web of deceit’
Foreign Minister of Iran Mohammad Javad Zarif reacted to the US claim that referred to Security Council’s sanctions as "our" sanctions, saying that Washington’s government will be lost in its own “web of deceit.”
Iranian MPs denounce UAE, Bahrain normalization of ties with Zionist regime
Members of the National Security and Foreign Policy Commission of the Iranian Parliament have censured the recent US-brokered normalization of ties between the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain with the Zionist regime of Israel.
Tehran-Istanbul flights to be resumed on Oct. 4
Flights from Tehran to Istanbul, Turkey, will restart as of October 4 after a six-month hiatus caused by the coronavirus outbreak, said a statement by the Public Relations Office of the Islamic Republic of Iran Airlines.
A-shaped painting hints at unperceived empathy
A large painting shaped like the letter A is installed in the middle of a dark room at the Arario Museum in Space in Seoul. As gallery visitors walk around the structure and turn each corner, they encounter a different theme.
Iran’s ‘The Crab’ to compete at Canadian festival
Iranian animation ‘The Crab’ is slated to compete at the 2020 edition of the Ottawa International Animation Festival (OIAF) in Canada.
Bangladesh Dhaka festival 2021 to hold retrospective of Iranian filmmaker Derakhshandeh
The 19th edition of the Dhaka International Film Festival (DIFF) in Bangladesh will review four films by Iranian filmmaker, producer, screenwriter, and researcher Pouran Derakhshandeh.
Trump says will nominate a woman as Ginsburg’s successor amid favoritism worries
While President Donald Trump said on Saturday he will nominate a woman to sit on the US Supreme Court, while legal experts say the new justice could help resolve any dispute in favor of the president – an outcome that would deepen the country’s partisan divide and threaten the court’s reputation as an independent arbiter.
Thai protesters challenge monarchy as huge protests escalate
Openly challenging the monarchy of Thai King Maha Vajiralongkorn, thousands of protesters marched in Bangkok on Sunday to present demands that include a call for reforms to curb his powers.
Turkey may resume talks with Greece, warns against EU sanctions
Turkey and Greece could soon resume talks over their contested Mediterranean claims but European Union leaders meeting this week will not help if they threaten sanctions, Turkey’s presidential spokesman said on Sunday.
Nadal not interested in excuses after Rome exit
Rafa Nadal refused to make excuses for his shock defeat by Diego Schwartzman in the quarterfinals of the Italian Open, insisting that his focus is now on fine-tuning his game ahead of the French Open which begins September 27.
UN high-level week time for solutions, solidarity
The 75th Session of the United Nations General Assembly will be unlike any other in the organization’s history, occurring in the midst of a crisis unlike any other in our lifetimes: The COVID-19 pandemic.

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