VIENNA/DUBAI (Reuters) - Iranian scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, who was killed on Friday, led a life of such secrecy that even his age was under wraps but much about the clandestine nuclear weapons programme he is believed to have run has long been known.
LONDON (Reuters) - AstraZeneca said on Monday its COVID-19 vaccine was 70% effective in pivotal trials and could be up to 90% effective, giving the world’s fight against the global pandemic a third new weapon that can be cheaper to make, easier to distribute and faster to scale-up than rivals.
(Reuters) - The COVID19 pandemic this year has dented oil consumption and brought forward forecasts by energy majors, producers and analysts for when the world's demand for oil may peak.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin wrote in a letter to Senate Banking Committee Republicans on Friday that he hopes they will continue to show trust in the Treasury and Federal Reserve to manage coronavirus relief programs.
ICBPS- The Islamic Consultative Assembly has prohibited bureaucrats and government administrators from leaving the country after 3 years of government service.
ICBPS- Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, top Khomeinist regime scientist, was assassinated near the Iranian capital Tehran, state-run media quoted sources. Fakhrizadeh was a senior IRGC officer and headed Iran’s nuclear weapons project. He was the so-called professor of physics at the Imam Hussein University in Tehran and was former head of Iran's...
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(Reuters) - Argentine soccer great Diego Maradona died on Wednesday, aged 60, after suffering a heart attack.
DUBAI (Reuters) - The United Arab Emirates has stopped issuing new visas to citizens of 13 mostly Muslim-majority countries, including Iran, Syria, Afghanistan and Pakistan, according to a document issued by a state-owned business park.
WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — Australia’s prime minister said he’s “thrilled and relieved” after Iran released in a prisoner swap a 33-year-old academic who was imprisoned for more than two years on spying charges, but added it would take time for Kylie Moore-Gilbert to process her “horrible” ordeal.