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Iran reacts to Canadian court ruling over Flight PS752 case

Iran's Vice President for Legal Affairs Mohammad Dehghan reacted to the ruling issued by the Canadian court ruling over Flight PS752 case.

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Health

Why You Sweat So Much at Night—And What to Do About...

Waking up in a pool of sweat can feel alarming. And even though lots of people sweat more overnight, it’s a sign that things may not be working as they should: the body’s core temperature typically decreases slightly during sleep.

sport

Scottie Scheffler, from the course to jail and back: What to...

Two-time Masters champion Scottie Scheffler was arrested after police say he dragged an officer while trying to get around the scene of a fatal accident Friday ahead of the second round of the PGA Championship.

economic

The Ascendancy of Corn

Most school day memories have echoes of corn in them in some shape or form. In a van shared with friends or with mom in the back of the car, kids often munch on corn of some variety – as makai (kernels cooked in ashes), bhutta (corn on the cob cooked over charcoal), steamed and sprinkled with cheese or the evergreen popcorn. Therein lies corn’s superpower – its diversity of use – and its attraction both on the agricultural as well as on the corporate front.

Tehran, Doha trade up 41% in 2-month period: Envoy

Iran’s commercial envoy to Qatar said the trade and economic ties between the two countries in the first two months of the current Iranian calendar year registered a 41 percent growth compared to last year.

Military

Hungary to allow NATO aid to flow to Ukraine

Hungary has agreed not to block NATO military aid to Ukraine, but it will not help either, the military alliance’s chief says.

Korea, US to hold 3rd round of defense cost-sharing negotiations in...

Korea and the United States will hold their third round of cost sharing negotiations for stationing U.S. Forces Korea (USFK) in Washington next week, the chief U.S. negotiator said Friday.

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