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Iranian women are now free to attend football matches

Iranian women fans are now free to enter a football stadium for the first time in decades after FIFA threatened to suspend Iran over its controversial male-only policy. #iran #iranwomenfootball #iranfifa

Tehran marks revolution's 40th anniversary | Money Talks

Tehran marks revolution's 40th anniversary | Money Talks

FIFA bans Palestinian soccer chief over 'inciting hatred'

FIFA bans Palestinian soccer chief over 'inciting hatred'

Are the sanctions against Iran effective?

Are the sanctions against Iran effective?

Iran: The Revolution’s legacy

Iran: The Revolution’s legacy

Ukrainian and European Union leaders gather in Kiev on Friday

Ukrainian and European Union leaders gather in Kiev on Friday

Cavusoglu: Embassies yet to give details over intelligence report

Cavusoglu: Embassies yet to give details over intelligence report

Blinken postpones China trip over 'spy balloon' incident

Blinken postpones China trip over 'spy balloon' incident

Beijing says it regrets balloon straying into US airspace

Beijing says it regrets balloon straying into US airspace

A summit between the European Union and Ukrainian leaders in Kiev

A summit between the European Union and Ukrainian leaders in Kiev

Rising tensions over US military in Phillippines, 'spy' balloon'

Rising tensions over US military in Phillippines, 'spy' balloon'

Number of Israeli settlers has reached 500,000

Number of Israeli settlers has reached 500,000

Kiev warns Russia ramping up bombardment

Kiev warns Russia ramping up bombardment

Inflation rises to 48-year high as government seeks IMF bailout

Inflation rises to 48-year high as government seeks IMF bailout

US to get expanded military base access in Philippines

US to get expanded military base access in Philippines

Erdogan rules out greenlighting Sweden's entry into NATO

Erdogan rules out greenlighting Sweden's entry into NATO

US says sweden ready to join NATO, Ankara says issues remain

US says sweden ready to join NATO, Ankara says issues remain

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