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The spokesman for the massive Iranian army's military drills in south of the country briefed the reporters about the first day of the maneuver saying that the goals previously set were achieved.
Australia's housing market has been labelled as ‘severely unaffordable’ by an international survey.
A Volcanic eruption and an ensuing avalanche near a popular ski resort in Japan have killed a Japanese soldier and left scores stranded up a mountain, local authorities say.
The Bank of Japan kept monetary policy steady on Tuesday and offered a slightly more upbeat view on inflation expectations, underscoring its conviction the economy is making slow but steady progress towards its elusive two percent price target.
The UN said its envoy for Yemen Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed will step down by the end of his term next month after he repeatedly failed in his attempts to broker a diplomatic solution to the conflict in the Arab state.
Around 4,500 years ago, ancient engineers and workers terraced the little island in the Cyclades archipelago in the Aegean Sea, creating a sort of step pyramid. They then imported hundreds of tons of gleaming white rock from the nearby island of Naxos, creating a bright outdoor shrine where early Greeks performed rituals.
Widespread use of a futuristic energy technology to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere would create severe environmental problems, scientists argue in a new critique, casting doubt on one potential method of helping humanity escape the worst effects of climate change.
A map in the Louvre Abu Dhabi Museum in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has designated a piece of Omani land as Emirati territory, days after it caused controversy for omitting Qatar from a map altogether.
Children will lack the work skills they need in the future because they are not spending enough time playing, a Lego executive has warned.
The global unemployment rate is expected to tick down in 2018, the UN said, while warning that far too many workers still live in desperate poverty.
Schools should teach children resilience through public speaking and sport to help them in the workplace, the new Education Secretary has said.
Clashes and fist-fights broke out in Germany’s Hannover airport on Monday during a demonstration against Turkey’s military operation against US-backed Kurdish militants in Syria.
Analysis of speech may help predict which at-risk youths will develop psychosis within two years, researchers suggest in a new study.
Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qasemi said, “Nowadays, no decision had yet been adopted for foreign trips of the foreign minister due to the enforcement of new structure of the Foreign Ministry.”
A ‘large’ gas leak in London’ West End has shut down the Charing Cross station and prompted the police to evacuate hundreds of people from a hotel and a nightclub, rail operators and the fire brigade say.
Four more villages were liberated during the past few hours by the Syrian Arab Army in the southeastern countryside of Idleb.
Saudi Arabia is likely to bag over $100 billion in monetary settlement deals with princes and businessmen detained as part of its so-called anti-graft purge, a senior government official said.
Teens who are glued to their smartphones and other devices are unhappier than those who spend less time on digital media, new research found.
Billions of US taxpayer dollars have been invested in Africa over the past 15 years to improve care for millions suffering from the HIV-AIDS epidemic; yet health systems on the continent continue to struggle.
US President Donald Trump says Democrats have surrendered in the fight over the government shutdown, after they joined Republicans in reopening the government that forced hundreds of thousands of workers to stay at home without pay.