Iranian TV: Revolutionary Guard accuses diplomats of spying (20)
By AMIR VAHDAT and NASSER KARIMI July 6, 2022 GMT FILE - Iran's national flag waves in Tehran, Iran, March 31, 2020. Iranian media reported on Wednesday July 6, 2022, that the country's paramilitary Revolutionary Guard has accused the deputy ambassador of the United Kingdom and other foreigners in the country of "espionage" and taking soil samples from prohibited military zones.
US sanctions network selling Iranian oil (8)
06/07/2022 - 21:40 Washington (AFP) - The US Treasury said Wednesday it was freezing the assets of members of an international network for violating oil sanctions on Tehran by selling millions of dollars' worth of Iranian petrochemical products to East Asia. The sanctions target Iranian petrochemical firms and alleged front companies in China and the United Arab Emirates for Iran's state-owned
Amazon Prime adding free Grubhub meal delivery for members (6)
July 6, 2022 at 5:00 pm By DEE-ANN DURBIN The Associated Press Amazon will give its U.S. Prime members free access to meal delivery service Grubhub for a year under a deal announced Wednesday. The Grubhub Plus membership - which normally costs $9.99 per month - lets customers order from thousands of restaurants with no delivery fees on most orders.
MI5, FBI chiefs warn over China in rare joint address (9)
Author: AFP Update: 06.07.2022 23:10 Ken McCallum, director general of MI5, Britain's domestic intelligence agency. / © AFP The heads of MI5 and the Federal Bureau of Investigation warned Wednesday about China's commercial espionage thrust in the West, in a rare joint address at the British intelligence service's London headquarters. Speaking to an audience of officials and business executives in Thames
England's Government crumbles but its Lionesses stand tall in Women's Euro 2022 opener (10)
Sarina Wiegman's Lionesses were not entirely convincing as they battled to victory over Austria, even though it still felt like a big moment for the women's game opinion John CrossChief Football Writer 22:13, 6 Jul 2022 |comments Euros fever gripped Old Trafford. And England at least got off to a winning start on the opening night of their home tournament.
British Airways to cancel more than 10,000 flights through October (2)
14 mins ago This post has been read 88 times! LONDON, July 6 : British Airways (BA) will be cutting 10,300 more of its short-haul flights scheduled until the end of October, the airline said on Wednesday, as the peak summer holiday season is hampered by staff shortages across airports in Europe.
'Deep longing': After blockade, Qataris end long wait for hajj (1)
by Naharnet Newsdesk 06 July 2022, 16:59 After years of a regional blockade and the pandemic, this hajj will be "completely different" for Masoud al-Ali as he and other Qataris are finally able to rejoin the hallowed Muslim pilgrimage. "This is not the first time that I perform the hajj, however it is completely different," he told AFP.
UK's Johnson faces grilling after two top ministers quit (6)
byAFP July 6, 2022, 6:30 pm 72 SHARES Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on Email UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces two high-stakes encounters in parliament on Wednesday after his government was rocked by the shock departures of two senior ministers. Rishi Sunak resigned as finance minister and Sajid Javid as health secretary on Tuesday night.
Iran has no excessive demands in nuclear talks (3)
TEHRAN, Jul. 06 (MNA) - Iran's foreign minister stated that contrary to some media claims from the American side, Iran does not have any excessive demands in the talks on revivng JCPOA. Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian on Wednesday held a joint press conference with his Qatari counterpart Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al- Thani. Thanking the Qatari foreign minister for holding good coordination between
Evacuations as Russia advances in Ukraine's Donbas (2)
By AFP - Jul 06,2022 - Last updated at Jul 06,2022 Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and Ireland's Prime Minister Micheal Martin give a joint press conference following their talks in Kyiv on Wednesday, amid the Russian invasion of Ukraine (AFP photo) SLOVIANSK, Ukraine - The evacuation of civilians from Sloviansk continued on Wednesday as Russian troops pressed towards the eastern Ukrainian city