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Iran nuclear chief, British FM meet in Tehran
Visiting British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson held talks with Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Ali-Akbar Salehi here on Sunday.
Iranian, UK FMs meet in Tehran
Iranian Minister of Foreign Affairs Mohammad-Javad Zarif and British Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs Boris Johnson met in Tehran on Saturday.
British PM reaffirms support for united Iraq, urges KRG to respect unity
British Prime Minister Theresa May has reiterated her government’s support for the territorial integrity and unity of Iraq, calling on officials from the semi-autonomous Kurdistan region to protect the Arab country’s national unity.
Busy British  mothers more susceptible to fraud
Around two-fifths of mothers in the UK believe their busy lives make them more at risk of fraud, research has found.
British suicidal children abandoned
Suicidal children are being abandoned, the Children’s Commissioner has warned as she called for ‘seismic change’ to mental health services for the young.
A bruising Brexit could shipwreck British economy
British politics is close to meltdown. The country has embarked upon separating itself from the EU under a prime minister without authority and a government without unity.
British retailers hit by  worst non-food sales on record
Sales of non-food items grew at the slowest pace since records began as families chose days out over shopping, the British Retail Consortium has said.
British missionary kidnapped in Nigeria killed, three others freed
One of four British missionaries kidnapped in a remote part of Nigeria three weeks ago was killed, but the other three released, the Foreign Office said.
UK’s delayed report on police custody deaths slammed (Video)
The British government has published a long-awaited report on deaths in police custody. The report has recommended far-reaching reforms to make policing more humane. Camilia Shambayati has more from London, PRESSTV reported.
British companies call for further economic ties with Iran
During the annual assembly of Iran and Britain’s Chambers of Commerce, Iran’s envoy to London Hamid Baeidinezhad said that UK companies interested in doing business with Iran, called for an increase in economic interactions.
Military option should be on table against N Korea: Johnson
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has said US military action against North Korea “must theoretically remain on the table” defending President Donald Trump’s attitude towards the country.
British FM: London committed to Iran nuclear deal
Boris Johnson Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs in separate phone conversations with Iranian and American counterparts emphasized London compliance with the July 2015 Iran nuclear deal.
AEOI head in London to meet with British officials
Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, Ali Akbar Salehi, traveled to London at official invitation of Boris Johnson, the British Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs.
'The Servant' shortlisted for two int'l awards
Iranian short animated piece 'The Servant', directed by Farnoush Abedi, was shortlisted for the Best Animation Award at American and British film festivals.
British analyst criticizes referendum in Iraqi Kurdistan Region
“Look at the smirk on Benjamin Netanyahu's face, as he supports Kurdish separatism. It's about splitting up Middle East states so that there can be no effective opposition to the expansion of Israel into the lands of others,” British political commentator Rodney Shakespeare told IRNA correspondent in London in an exclusive interview.

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