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16 January 2017 8:17

  Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte says he will disregard the country’s Supreme Court and Congress and impose martial law if the drug problem becomes worse. “I don’t care about the Supreme Court because of the right to preserve one’s life and my nation,” RT quoted Duterte as saying on Sunday. Addressing the Philippines' Chamber of Commerce, Duterte stressed that defending his country is...

16 January 2017 8:16

  Prosecutors in South Korea are seeking an arrest warrant for the de facto head of the country’s biggest business firm, Samsung Group, as part of investigations into a scandal surrounding impeached President Park Geun-hye. The special prosecutor’s office sought the warrant for the arrest of Samsung’s Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong, known professionally as Jay Y. Lee, on Monday. A court has to approve the...

15 January 2017 14:48

  Official figures show South Korea’s imports of oil from Iran last December soared about eight times greater than a year ago – what may be a yet another indication that the Islamic Republic is getting a stronger position in the global oil market in a post-sanctions era.    Figures released by South Korea’s customs office also showed that the country’s imports...

15 January 2017 8:22

  The Chinese Foreign Ministry has stressed that its “One-China” policy is not negotiable and called on US President-elect Donald Trump to acknowledge the “high sensitivity” of matters relating to Taiwan. Beijing made the announcement in reaction to remarks Trump made in an interview with The Wall Street Journal on Friday, in which he said he would not commit to the “One-China” policy...

13 January 2017 15:13

  Kuala Lumpur hosted a one-day conference on the trade opportunities in Iran, media reports said. Iran's capacities for investment and trade were introduced in the one-day conference in the Malaysian capital, the Malaysian media reported. The conference was organized by the Malaysian Federation of Producers and was attended by Iranian Ambassador to Kuala Lumpur Marziyeh Afkham and a number of Malaysian banking...

13 January 2017 14:12

  Official figures show India’s imports of crude oil from Iran hit a record high in 2016 as some refiners resumed purchases after the lifting of sanctions against Tehran.  Figures released by Reuters show that India purchased about 473,000 barrels per day (bpd) of oil from Iran to feed expanding refining capacity. The figure was two times higher than that of last...

13 January 2017 9:55

  Iran and Malaysia have common interests in maintaining and promoting peace and stability in the region and the world, Iranian envoy emphasized. Addressing the Thursday seminar on developing trade cooperation between Iran and Malaysia, Ambassador Marzieh Afkham referred to removal of sanctions against Iran since January, 2016, saying that new conditions should result in establishing more cooperation with Iran in post-sanction...

12 January 2017 15:40

  A memorial ceremony to honor and pay respect to former President of Iran and the Chairman of the Expediency Council, late Ayatollah Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, was held in Pakistan on Thursday. The ceremony held at Jamia Al Sadiq, Islamabad, was attended by number of Pakistani people and clegies. Iranian Cultural Counselor, Shahaboddin Daraei speaking on the occasion praised the role of...

12 January 2017 15:30

  Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has arrived in the Philippines for a two-day state visit aimed at boosting bilateral ties. Abe was welcomed by the Philippine president in the country’s capital of Manila on Thursday, becoming the first foreign leader to visit the Philippines since Rodrigo Duterte he took office last year. “I chose the Philippines as my first destination this year...

11 January 2017 17:20

  South Korea says the North has acquired as much as 50 kilograms of weapons-grade plutonium, enough to manufacture 10 nuclear bombs. In its 2016 defense white paper, the South Korean Ministry of National Defense estimated that North Korea had developed the aforementioned amount of plutonium as of the end of 2016. According to the report, the North had a stockpile of plutonium at...

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