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    Watch: Electrical substation in Iran's Tehran catches fire

    An electrical substation fire in the Iranian capital Tehran on Sunday, state media reported citing the capital’s fire department spokesman. Last Update: Sunday, 12 July 2020 KSA 20:59 - GMT 17:59

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    Arab News

    Iran's Khamenei urges fight against 'tragic' virus resurgence

    VACTICAN CITY: Pope Francis said Sunday he was “very distressed” over Turkey’s decision to convert the Byzantine-era monument Hagia Sophia back into a mosque. My thoughts go to Istanbul. I’m thinking about Hagia Sophia.

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    Bollywood: Aishwarya, daughter test positive for coronavirus, after Amitabh, son

    T162544Z_1695208541_RC136CE3B640_RTRMADP_3_INDIA-AMBANI-MARRIAGE Amitabh’s wife Jaya, also an actor, has tested negative, said the health minister. Amitabh, 77, a revered celebrity who endorses dozens of Indian and global brands, has a net worth estimated to be over $100 million, trade analysts say. Last Update: Sunday, 12 July 2020 KSA 16:17 - GMT 13:17

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    Iran arrests alleged spies in Kerman province: Iranian media

    Iran has arrested alleged foreign intelligence agents in the southeastern province of Kerman, reported Iran's semi-official Fars News Agency on Monday. Last Update: Monday, 13 July 2020 KSA 12:06 - GMT 09:06

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    Arabian Business

    Two dead, 12 injured in Dubai road accident

    Two people lost their lives and another 12 were left injured after an accident on Dubai’s Sheikh Zayed Road, it was announced on Sunday. According to police, the accident occurred when a minibus struck a cement barrier, leaving the vehicle on its side and on fire. Brigadier General Saif Al Mazrouei, the director of the Dubai Police’s general traffic department, said that the incident occurred at approximately 8.30am.

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    Arabian Business

    Gas leak explosion damages Dubai restaurant

    A restaurant in Dubai’s Al Qusais area was damaged in an explosion that authorities believe was caused by a gas leak, Dubai Police announced on Monday. According to Dubai Police, no injuries were reported in the blast. However, two nearby shops – a pharmacy and a beauty salon – and three cars were damaged.

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    Coronavirus: Open windows while using split AC units, British experts say

    Last Update: Monday, 13 July 2020 KSA 04:53 - GMT 01:53