Japan, from the ashes of Hiroshima to world’s third largest economy
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Postwar economic reconstruction
Japan, from the ashes of Hiroshima to world’s third largest economy
By Sadrodin Moosavi
Postwar economic reconstruction
Iran is a bright and shining light for other countries to follow, like Venezuela, Brazil, North Korea and even Europe — those in Europe who are tired of the Washington dictate, but so far haven't dared taking the actions needed to gain back their national sovereignty.
Iran and its economy of resistance
Japan, from the ashes of Hiroshima to world’s third largest economy
By Sadrodin Moosavi
Postwar economic reconstruction
Iran’s Foreign Ministry has called on the United States to pressure its regional allies into abandoning their support for terrorism and not to level “malicious” allegations against the Islamic Republic.
Iran plays pivotal role in confronting US hegemony: Analyst
Former Egyptian dictator Hosni Mubarak has walked free from a military hospital, where he spent much of his six-year detention over a series of charges, including ordering massacre of protesters in the 2011 uprising that ended his 30 year rule. A top appeals court cleared the former president of charges of killing of protesters.
Egypt judiciary under influence of military: Pundit
US President Donald Trump’s proposal to amend the Paris climate change agreement in order to promote the coal industry reaffirms that he is “a master manipulator,” according to Myles Hoenig, an American political analyst and activist.
Trump’s proposal to alter Paris pact shows he’s ‘master manipulator’
The UN special rapporteur on Myanmar, Yanghee Lee, has voiced concern about expulsion of all Rohingya Muslims from the Southeast Asian country.
Lives of Rohingya Muslims mean nothing to UN: Analyst
Syrian President Bashar Assad says all foreign troops, including US and Turkish troops, deployed to his country without the approval of the government are invaders.​
US Marines seek to help terrorists survive conflict in Raqqah: Analyst
The United States and Turkey are mulling a joint operation to attack the Syrian city of Raqqah, but they have differences about using Kurdish forces in the battle. Given the fact that the American and Turkish forces do not have any permission from the Syrian government to be present in the Arab country or even carry out any military operation there, the future of Raqqah after such a liberation by the US and Turkey is a question that Press TV has put to two panelists.
Raqqah liberation, an opportunity for Damascus: Pundit

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