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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.
Hollywood royalty, British monarchy to rub shoulders in Venice
Hollywood royalty, in the shape of George Clooney, Robert Redford and Jane Fonda, will share the limelight with a 19th-century British monarch at this year's Venice film festival, which kicks off today.
Farah on last race on British soil: It will be emotional
Mo Farah admitted the emotions will be running high when he makes his final appearance on a British track at Birmingham’s Alexander Stadium today.
British companies keen on investing in Iran's market: UK envoy
Many of the British firms are willing to return to Iran's market after the landmark nuclear deal, said the British ambassador to Iran in this north provincial capial city on Wednesday evening.
British man who tried to join Daesh in Syria gets six years
A British court has handed a 6-year jail sentence to a man who aimed to travel to Syria to join the Daesh Takfiri terrorist organization.
Bank of England staff begin first strike in 50 years
Staff at the Bank of England began their first strike in more than 50 years on Tuesday in a push for higher pay, highlighting growing pressure to end tight controls on public-sector wages in Britain.
Saudi tycoon invests millions in renowned British media outlet: Report
A Saudi tycoon has reportedly invested millions of dollars to acquire up to 50 percent of voting rights in the British media organization, the Independent, causing grave concern among human rights and press freedom activists in the UK.
British Asian students more likely to receive negative media coverage
Media outlets continue to differentiate between British East Asian students and East Asian students in the UK education system, portraying the former in a negative, undesirable light, a new study in the Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies reveals.
British and Irish Lions draw with New Zealand as series ends level
Owen Farrell scored a long-range penalty three minutes from time as the British and Irish Lions drew 15-15 with the All Blacks to tie a series for only the second time in their history on Saturday.
UK economy slowed sharply in early 2017: Report
Official data has confirmed that the British economy slowed in the first three months of the year, with growth of 0.2 percent on weaker spending by consumers.
British PM power deal criticized as 'shabby, reckless'
British Prime Minister Theresa May's £1bn deal with the Democratic Unionist Party to back her minority government was branded "a bung" and "shabby" by opposing parties.
British Medical Association slams government's health policy
The British Medical Association (BMA) has accused the government of deliberately ignoring concerns about the country’s crisis-hit health service.

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