0510 GMT July 19, 2018
Khanzadi: Tehran to host Indian Ocean Naval Symposium this week
Navy Commander Rear Admiral Hossein Khanzadi said that Iranian Ocean Naval Symposium (IONS) will be held on Monday April 23 in Tehran.
Russia, China congratulate Cuba on election of new president
Russia and china have congratulated Cuba on the election of Miguel Diaz-Canel as its new president succeeding Raul Castro in the Caribbean island nation, wishing to continue to expand ties with Havana.
‘Trump unaware of economic ties China can have with Iran, Russia’ (Video)
US President Donald Trump is oblivious to the fact that China can have ‘alternative economic’ ties with Iran and Russia, says a political analyst.
North Korea to suspend missile tests, close nuclear site Saturday
North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un has announced plans to stop the country's nuclear and missile tests and close a nuclear test site.
Kyrgyzstan's parliament approves Abylgaziyev as new prime minister
Kyrgyzstan's parliament has approved Mukhammedkaliy Abylgaziyev as the country’s new prime minister after he was nominated by the Social Democratic party, which leads the ruling coalition.
Koreas set up 1st hotline between leaders ahead of summit
North and South Korea installed the first-ever telephone hotline between their leaders Friday as they prepare for a rare summit next week aimed at resolving the nuclear standoff.
Iran, Azerbaijan discuss mutual cinematic cooperation
Azeri directors and actors attending a meeting on prospect of Iran-Azerbaijan cooperation in fields of cinema and theater reviewed establishing joint cinematic cooperation.
China rejects reports of ‘challenging’ Australia warships
China has rejected claims that Chinese naval vessels ‘challenged’ Australian warships in a recent development in the South China Sea.
No reason not to supply Syria with S-300 defense systems: Lavrov
Russia said the latest US missile strikes against Syria have removed any moral obligation for Moscow not to deliver advanced S-300 missile defense systems to Syria.
Lockheed Martin may sell stealth jet designs to Japan
United States defense contractor Lockheed Martin Corp has plans to sell Japan a stealth fighter design based on its export-banned F-22 Raptor and advanced F-35 Lightning II aircraft.
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