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British actress Lumley to make 'Silk Road' doc in Iran
British star Joanna Lamond Lumley is in Iran to produce a documentary on Silk Road. The British actress has so far made a number of episodes in the documentary series in some Silk Road countries such as Japan, India and Lebanon.
British manufacturing sector figures point to economic uplift
The poor performance of the British economy in the first quarter of the year looks to have been reversed, according to data for the manufacturing sector released.
British MPs want Myanmar govt. referred to ICC
A British parliamentary committee says the government must support efforts to refer Myanmar’s government to the international criminal court over evidence of state-sanctioned "ethnic cleansing" of Rohingya Muslims in Rakhine state.
British PM bows to pressure on deadly tower block fire inquiry
British Prime Minister Theresa May on Friday bowed to pressure from families of the 71 people who died in last year's Grenfell Tower fire by appointing new experts to assist an inquiry into the blaze.
British MPs threaten Zuckerberg with summons over Facebook data
British MPS have threatened to issue a formal summons for Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg to appear before them when he next enters the UK over a recent data scandal in which 50 million Facebook user accounts were breached unless he voluntarily agrees to answer questions regarding the activities of his social network.
Sajid Javid to be UK home secretary after Windrush scandal resignation
Sajid Javid has been appointed the UK's new Home Secretary following the shock resignation of Amber Rudd late on Sunday night in the wake of a growing scandal over the so-called "Windrush generation" of migrants.
British minister terms talks with Araqchi as constructive
British Minister for Middle East Alistair Burt who is Tehran for talks with Iranian officials in a tweet termed his negotiations with Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi as constructive.
Official figures to show British economy chilled by wintry weather
Extreme weather is expected to have knocked UK economic growth in the first three months of 2018, with analysts predicting frosty readings from official figures on Friday.
British working-class students face poverty
"Sometimes I didn't have money for lunch," said second-year university student Selina Anderson.
British MP urges UK to engage with Iran to maintain truce in Syria
British Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn in a letter to the UK Prime Minister Theresa May called for engaging with Iran in establishing peace in Syria.
Leader: US, UK, French attack on Syria ‘a crime’
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has condemned joint airstrikes by the US, the UK and France on Syria as “crime,” describing the leaders of the three Western states as “criminals.”
Syria condemns US, British and French aggression on the country
An official source at the Foreign and Expatriates Ministry said Saturday that Syria condemns with the strongest terms the tripartite US, British and French aggression on Syria as being a flagrant violation of the international law and the principles of UN Charter.
UK shop prices fall at fastest pace in over a year
British shop prices dropped in March at the fastest pace in more than a year, adding to signs that inflation pressure caused by the pound's post-Brexit drop is fading away, an industry survey showed on Wednesday.
Russia expels 50 more British diplomats over Sergei Skripal spy poisoning
Moscow has told Britain it must cut "just over 50" more of its diplomatic and technical staff in Russia in a worsening stand-off over the poisoning of a Russian former spy and his daughter in England, the Russian Foreign Ministry has said.
Officials: US and British troops killed in Syria
Two members of the US-led coalition in Syria, one British and another one American, have been killed in an improvised explosive device attack, according to official statements.

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