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Iran presidential hopefuls set agendas

Some Iranian presidential hopefuls have outlined more details about their agendas, pledging to deliver those promises if elected president, Press TV reports.

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Enemy wants to break up Syria: Nasrallah

Hezbollah Secretary General Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah says the goal of the plot to foment a crisis in Syria is to reduce the country to a series of statelets without a strong central government.

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‘Ukraine violated Tymoshenko's rights’

European judges have ruled that Ukraine’s pre-trial detention of former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko was unlawful.

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Cyprus MPs approve EU-IMF bailout deal

The Cypriot parliament has approved a controversial EU-IMF bailout deal with a razor-thin majority after warnings that the alternative would be financial collapse.

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Many militants slain outside Damascus

Syrian army soldiers have killed dozens of foreign-sponsored militants during mop-up operations on the outskirts of the capital Damascus.

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Lebanon condemns deadly blasts in Syria

Lebanon has strongly condemned this week’s deadly bombings in Damascus, which targeted Syrian Prime Minister Wael Nader al-Halqi and the Syrian Interior Ministry building.

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‘UK has Syrians’ blood on its hands’

The blood of innocent people who were killed in Syria in recent Damascus attacks is on the hands of the Western governments, including the UK, US and EU, as they are supporting militants in the Arab country, a British journalist has said.

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Three mortar shells hit Damascus

Foreign-sponsored militants have launched three separate mortar attacks on residential areas of the violence-plagued Damascus, causing material damage but no casualties.

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‘Arms on agenda for UK-UAE talks’

Arms sales will not be off the agenda for talks between British Prime Minister David Cameron and the President of the United Arab Emirates, a Downing Street spokesman has hinted.

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‘Syria blasts signify militants frustration’

Secretary of Iran Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) Saeed Jalili has condemned the recent bombings in the Syrian capital, saying such violent acts signify the frustration of the foreign-backed terrorist groups in their anti-Syria fight.

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