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    Iran replaces commander of IRGC unit in charge of protecting supreme leader

    Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) appointed on Saturday a new commander for the unit responsible for protecting the country’s supreme leader, state media reported, days after the IRGC replaced its intelligence chief. The IRGC’s chief commander Hossein Salami appointed Hasan Mashroueifar as the new commander of the IRGC’s “Vali Amr” unit, the semi-official Tasnim news agency reported, citing the IRGC’s spokesman Ramezan Sharif.

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    Arab woman stabbed to death in UAE's Sharjah, police catch killer in two hours

    A 20-year-old Arab woman was stabbed to death in the United Arab Emirates’ city of Sharjah, local media reported citing the Sharjah Police General Command. The police caught the murderer within two hours of the crime. The woman’s body, stabbed several times, was found in a car.

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    G7 leaders to discuss prospect of reviving Iran nuclear talks

    G7 leaders will discuss the prospect of reviving the Iran nuclear talks after the European Union’s foreign policy chief met senior officials in Tehran to try to unblock the stalled negotiations, a French presidency official said on Sunday. Iran’s indirect talks with the United States on reviving the 2015 nuclear pact will resume soon, the Iranian foreign minister said on Saturday amid a push by the Josep Borrell to break a months-long impasse.

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    Sweltering streets: Hundreds of homeless die in extreme heat

    LONDON: Nearly a year into the Taliban’s return to power in Afghanistan following the US military withdrawal, there is mounting concern that the bankrupt, unstable and internationally isolated country could once again become a sanctuary for extremist groups and even a launchpad for global terrorism. The US beat a rushed retreat from Afghanistan in August 2021 after reaching a shaky peace deal with the Taliban, whose leaders pledged to never again offer sanctuary to extremist groups such as Al-Qa

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    Saudi Arabia confers Order of King Abdulaziz on Pakistan's military chief

    I get more people contacting me asking me how they can receive this treatment, and it’s really heartbreaking to tell them, I’m sorry, but you’re gonna have to wait. It’s not available yet. Haya Al-Hejailan, Saudi well-being practitioner and psychedelic integration specialist It is also associated with enhancing creativity and problem-solving, according to an article published by the Journal of Psychoactive Drugs in 2019.

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    Iran tests Zuljanah satellite launcher for second time, in a move likely to irk US

    Iran has carried out a second test of its Zuljanah satellite launcher, Iranian state TV reported on Sunday, in a move likely to irk Washington amid expectations of a resumption of indirect talks between the arch foes to revive a 2015 nuclear pact. The United States fears such long-range ballistic technology used to put satellites into orbit could also be used to launch nuclear warheads. Tehran denies the US accusation.

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    Egyptian family raises $2 mln to buy world's most expensive drug for ill daughter

    A crowdfunding campaign in Egypt has successfully secured 40 million Egyptian pounds ($2.1 million) to purchase the drug Zolgensma which a young Egyptian child must take before turning two years old, according to local media reports. The prescription drug Zolgensma, sold by Swiss pharmaceutical giant Novartis, is the most expensive in the world as one spinal injection costs $2.1 million, according to Clinical Trial Arena. It's used to treat children who are less than two years old and who suffer