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About 5 hours ago

2nd stimulus hopes crushed, causing anger and disbelief in US

Ramin Mazaheri Press TV, Chicago After months of waiting it turns out that the United States will not pass a second fiscal stimulus package until after the election. In late March the United States federal government passed the CARES emergency fiscal aid package - back then almost nobody would have guessed that it would be the only direct economic stimulus to households until after November’s elections, or possibly ever. ...
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Mehr News
Mehr News
About 6 hours ago

Iran Leader's letter to French youth shows hypocrisy in West

TERHAN, Oct 29 (MNA) – Anthony Cartalucci belives that West enjoys crossing the red lines of other nations when it suits them and this hypocrisy was highlighted perfectly by the Iranian Leader's letter to the French youth.
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Press TV
About 8 hours ago

Iran, Italy hold fourth conference on cultural dialogue

Max Civili Press TV, Rome On Wednesday, top Iranian and Italian academics and experts attended the fourth conference on Cultural Dialogue between Italy and Iran. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the event took place virtually. It was organized by the Allameh Tabataba'i University in collaboration with the Sapienza University of Rome and the Cultural Institute of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Italy. The conference focused on literary and archeological ...
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Press TV
Press TV
About 13 hours ago

Barcelona cab drivers go on strike over COVID relief

Kusai Kedri Press TV, Barcelona Cab drivers in Barcelona shut down traffic over lack of government support days after regional authorities imposed a 10 p.m curfew to limit the spread of the coronavirus. They say they are still waiting for the European Emergency Fund and blame the regional and central governments for not doing enough to help them with the economic fallout of the pandemic. Taxi representatives who met with the regional ...
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Press TV
Press TV
About 13 hours ago

4 dead, 15 hospitalized crossing English channel

Saeed Pourreza Press TV, London These waters have taken the lives of tens of migrants in recent years. The English Channel: an arm of the Atlantic Ocean that separates Southern England from northern France. Tuesday’s tragic incident happened in Dunkirk. One man drowned, while a woman, along with two children - aged 5 and 8 - suffered cardiac arrests and never recovered. The rest survived barely. The cause of the ...
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Press TV
Press TV
About 14 hours ago

Kashmir’s young e-entrepreneurs live in constant fear of closure

Shahana Butt Press TV, Indian-controlled Kashmir A trio of brothers in Kashmir has teamed up for the first-ever online grocery in Kashmir, Grofrills. Haseeb khan studied business management, Ammar Khan is a mechanical engineer and Shahid Khan is an IT professional. However, none of them has been able to find a suitable job in the war-torn region and their family business was dwindling due to the ongoing turbulence in the Muslim majority ...
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Press TV
Press TV
About 14 hours ago

French Muslim under growing pressure

Chris Den Hond Press TV, Paris There is foul-smelling atmosphere in France against Muslim since earlier this month when, France led a national tribute to a teacher, who was beheaded by a Chechen teenager after showing his class the offensive caricatures of the prophet of Islam. Now a witch hunt against Muslim associations has been launched by the French government. This came after French Interior Minister, Darmanin, declared: The Committee Against Islamophobia ...
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Press TV
Press TV
About 14 hours ago

Protests in Iran against French cartoons

Ghanbar Naderi Press TV, Tehran Iranians from all walks of life took part in a protest rally in front of the French embassy in Tehran to protest against the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo and the publication of an image of the Prophet Muhammad. They also protested French President Emmanuel Macron for his support of secular laws that allow blasphemous caricatures to be published on the pretext of freedom of speech. Just ...
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Press TV
Press TV
About 20 hours ago

UN report names Afghanistan as the worst place for civilians

Amin Alemi Press TV, Kabul A report of the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan has sounded the alarm about a sharp rise in civilian casualties. According to the report nearly 6000 Afghan civilians were killed or maimed between January and September this year due to the rise of violence. Following the release of the UNAMA reports, human rights bodies and Afghanistan’s national Security Council blamed militant groups for much of ...
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