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Turkey resumes Iranian oil imports - source

Turkey has resumed imports of Iranian crude oil after a one-month hiatus in November when U.S. sanctions on Iran were reimposed, trading and shipping sources said. Washington granted Turkey and other countries import waivers in early …

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EU puts Iran's intelligence service on blacklist

Danish Foreign Minister Anders Samuelsen said the European Union has agreed to put an Iranian intelligence service on its terror list after Denmark and France alleged Iran was plotting to kill opposition activists on European …

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Iran to slash four zeros from rial - media

Iran’s Central Bank has proposed slashing four zeros from its battered currency. “A bill to remove four zeros from the national currency was presented to the government by the central bank yesterday and I hope this matter …

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SSJ-100airliners delivery to Iran may be frozen

Iran may not receive Russia’s Sukhoi SuperJet 100 airliners to boost its ageing air fleet due to US trade restrictions. The jets reportedly have more U.S.-made parts than are allowed for export without Washington’s approval. …

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Number of injured in Iran earthquake increases

At least 75 people were injured in a 5.9-magnitude earthquake that shook Gilangharb city in Iran's Kermanshah province on January 6, head of Iran Emergency Organization Pir Hossein Kolivand said. …

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Iran plans naval drills with Russia in Caspian Sea

Iran and Russia are preparing to hold joint naval exercises in the Caspian Sea, including rescue and anti-piracy drills, the commander of the Iranian navy was quoted on Sunday as saying, Reuters reports. “Tactical, rescue and …

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Iran: EU responsible for delay in SPV implementation

Iran’s Foreign Ministry said Tehran holds Europe accountable for the failure to carry out a special purpose vehicle (SPV) which has been developed to save the 2015 Iran nuclear deal and maintain international trade with Iran, Tasnim news …

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Iran to deploy warships to Atlantic

Iran is to send its newest warship to the Atlantic Ocean on a five-month mission -- the navy's longest in a decade, as the Republic seeks to increase the operating range of its naval forces to the backyard of the United States, its arch-foe, …

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New jets to join Iran Air Force in 3 years

Commander of the Islamic Republic of Iran Air Force (IRIAF) said Saturday that 15 home-made Kosar jets will be delivered to the force during the next three years, Mehr News Agency reports. Brig. Gen. Aziz Nasirzadeh went on to say that …

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Iraq complains over sanctions against Iran

The Iraqi Oil Ministry spokesman, Assem Jihad, said today that the renewed US sanctions against Iran are harming Baghdad first of all. “Iraq suffers the most from these sanctions, because Iraq basically relies on Iran’s gas …

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US urges Iran to refuse from rocket launches

The US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo warned Iran on Thursday to cease all nuclear-related activities after Tehran announced plans for three rocket launches in coming months, The National reports. While Iran’s defence ministry …

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