Doctors and health workers criticized the UK government Saturday for suggesting that there are shortages of protections and gowns for treating patients.
A Lebanese journalist and deputy editor of UNews Agency said the UK government should look for more stable trading partners after withdrawal from the European Union and not pin its hopes on the Trump administration that creates uncertainty in the global economy.
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- US Not seeking peace in Afghanistan
- President Rouhani criticizes EU partners for lack of commitment
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- Backstage of World Economic Forum
- France Opposes U.S. Policy on Restricting Access to Medicine
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- Tehran-Stockholm Cooperation Concentrated on Capital Goods
- Iran, Russia sign agreement on cybersecurity
- Fajr film festival to pay tribute to Parviz Purhosseini, Changiz Jalilvand
- AFC Club Competitions’ Group Stages to be played in centralized venues
- Ice loss accelerating at record rate
- Iran’s cinema receives 3 awards at DIFF
The crisis has created many obstacles to growth, but also some opportunities.