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Palestine president calls for Middle East 'peace' conference
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has called for an international conference on a new and wider "peace" process in the Middle East to be convened by the middle of 2018.
Plants came to land 100 million yrs earlier than previously thought: Study
When life, in plant form, came from seas to barren lands, mountains and hills were rocky crags and lowland plains were dustbowls, and rates of erosion were more than ten times what they are nowadays. As plants further moved onto land, soils developed, and as geological times passed by, soils and plants more and more crept outwards from the seas and increasingly covered the land surface of our cosmic home, giving it familiar shades of green to its continents. But when plants first invaded the land?
Bahrain bars opposition lawmakers from contesting in elections
Bahrain’s Council of Representatives has approved a new legislation, preventing members of dissolved political parties from taking part in the country’s parliamentary and municipal elections later this year.
Pro-Syrian government forces reportedly enter Afrin
Pro-Syrian government fighters have reportedly started to enter the northwestern region of Afrin where the Turkish army is conducting an offensive against Syrian Kurds.
US, South Korea resuming joint military exercises after Winter Olympics
The United States and South Korea have reportedly planned to announce new joint military exercises after the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.
Turkey frees top pro-Kurdish politician detained over Afrin offensive opposition
Turkish officials have released the former co-leader of the country’s main pro-Kurdish party, whom they had arrested a week ago over her opposition to Ankara’s ongoing cross-border offensive in Syria’s northwestern region of Afrin against the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG).
EU vows to retaliate if hit by US trade curbs
The European Union has warned that it would take "appropriate measures" to defend its interests if the US imposes tough trade sanctions.
Turkish authorities issue detention warrant for 346 over links to failed coup
Turkish prosecutors have issued detention warrants for 346 individuals over suspected links to the so-called Fetullah Terrorist Organization (FETO), which is accused by Ankara of orchestrating a failed military coup in mid-2016 in the Anatolian country.
Libya rescues 441 refugees off western coast
Libya's coastguard rescued 441 refugees in two separate operations as their boats drifted off the western coast, the navy and a doctor said on Tuesday.
Iran protests to Sweden for naturalizing death row
Iran has summoned Sweden’s ambassador to Tehran after Stockholm granted citizenship to an Iranian national found guilty of espionage for the Israeli spy agency, Mossad.
Spain FM due in Iran for talks on enhancing relations
Spanish Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation Alfonso Dastis is scheduled to pay a visit to Tehran to hold talks with senior Iranian officials.
Iranian rescuers find wreckage of plane crashed in southwest
Iranian forces located the debris of a missing plane that crashed in a country’s mountainous area on Sunday, killing all people on board.
Spanish, Dutch FMs visiting Tehran
(Political Desk) Foreign ministers of Spain and the Netherlands are visiting Tehran on Wednesday, Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi said.
First VP urges comprehensive plan to develop China ties
Iran's first vice-president called on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to compile a comprehensive, practical and long-term plan to develop economic relations with China.

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