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Abu Dhabi, Riyadh deny Qatari emir’s call for dialogue

Abu Dhabi, Riyadh deny Qatari emir’s call for dialogue

The United Arab Emirates has refused Doha call for dialogue calling Qatar’s change of diplomacy as prerequisite to lift Saudi-led blockade imposed on against Doha.

 
EU warns over “unintended consequences” of new US sanctions against Moscow

EU warns over “unintended consequences” of new US sanctions against Moscow

The European Union (EU) has warned over “unintended consequences” of further US sanctions to be imposed on Moscow.

 
Iran dismisses recent US baseless allegation

Iran dismisses recent US baseless allegation

Iran has dismissed as “baseless” the recent US allegation against saying Tehran is undermining regional stability.

 
Iran’s oil exports to S Korea rise by over 10%

Iran’s oil exports to S Korea rise by over 10%

Iran’s crude oil exports to South Korea rose by 10.5 percent in June compared to the same period last year, a report said.

 
Persian Gulf airlines rap US carrier for ending deal

Persian Gulf airlines rap US carrier for ending deal

Qatar Airways and Etihad Airways have expressed disappointment after a major American airline cut its codeshare cooperation with them.

 
An aerial view of the offshore facilities of Iran

Japanese, Korean firms to fund Siraf refineries

A consortium of South Korean and Japanese companies has signed agreements to fund and implement a chain of condensate refining projects in southern Iran – a project known as the Octopus of the Persian ...

 
670’000 expats expected to leave Saudi Arabia by 2020

670’000 expats expected to leave Saudi Arabia by 2020

Nearly 670’000 foreign workers are expected to leave Saudi Arabia in the next three years, Saudi local paper has reported.

 
Saudi Arabia strengthening Iran: Foreign Policy

Saudi Arabia strengthening Iran: Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy noted in an option piece yesterday that Saudi-led US-backed siege of its neighbor Qatar is strengthening Iran.

 
Qatar to fly 4’000 cows for dairy demands following Saudi-led blockade

Qatar to fly 4’000 cows for dairy demands following Saudi-led blockade

Qatar is preparing for plan to airlift 4’000 milk cows for its dairy demands after Saudi Arabia and other Arab allies impose blockade on the Persian Gulf state.

 
Iran’s gas deal with total Strongly opposed by domestic experts

Iran’s gas deal with total Strongly opposed by domestic experts

Some Iranian experts and top figures in oil and gas industry have voiced their strong opposition to a $5 billion gas deal recently signed between Iran and France’s energy giant Total, saying Total has ...

 
Egypt cannot prevent Qatari ships from passing through Suez waterway

Suez Canal boss stresses:

Egypt cannot prevent Qatari ships from passing through Suez waterway

The Suez Canal top authority says Egypt cannot prevent passing of the Qatari ships through the waterway despite the roughened relations between Doha and Saudi-led Arab bloc.

 
Four Arab states leading Qatar boycott say initial demands void, vow more measures

Four Arab states leading Qatar boycott say initial demands void, vow more measures

The four Arab states leading the boycott against Qatar said late on Thursday that Doha’s refusal of their demands is proof of its links to terror groups and that they would enact new measures against ...

 
Iran says Europe not on agenda of gas exports

Iran says Europe not on agenda of gas exports

Iran says it has removed an old plan to export natural gas to Europe and is instead focusing on exports to its neighbors as well as India.

 
European Council President Donald Tusk (L), Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (C) and EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker pose for a picture at the European Council in Brussels, July 6, 2017. (Photos by AFP)

Japan, EU strike colossal trade deal to counter Trump, Brexit

Japan and the European Union have forged a major free trade deal to create the world’s largest open economic zone, rebuking “protectionist” trade policies adopted by the US and the UK.

 
Iranian, Portuguese MPs hold talks in Lisbon

Iranian, Portuguese MPs hold talks in Lisbon

An Iranian parliamentary delegation held meetings with Portuguese lawmakers during a visit to Lisbon, discussing ways to broaden economic and political ties between the two countries.

 
US oil companies support Trump against stepping up Russia sanctions

Report:

US oil companies support Trump against stepping up Russia sanctions

US energy companies such as Exxon and Chevron Corp announced their support against a new bill to intensify anti-Russia sanctions.

 
New Syrian banknote with Assad image introduced

New Syrian banknote with Assad image introduced

Syria has revealed its first banknote with President Bashar al-Assad image.

 
Iranian exports of gas to Iraq set to free up more oil

Iranian exports of gas to Iraq set to free up more oil

Iran’s exports of gas to Iraq which began last month are set to free up more oil for exports by the Arab country, clipping Saudi Arabia's wings further in its bid to retain markets.

 
Moscow extends ban on western food imports

Moscow extends ban on western food imports

Russian President, Vladimir Putin, has signed a decree extending ban against food imported from the European union in retaliation for the bloc’s sanctions against Moscow.

 
Iran to get 10 new airlines within six months

Iran to get 10 new airlines within six months

Iran says it has authorized the creation of 10 new airlines within the next six months in what appears to be part of the country’s aggressive campaign to expand its air mobility infrastructure.

 
Germany vows wider banking links with Iran

Germany vows wider banking links with Iran

Germany has announced its readiness to expand its banking cooperation with Iran and provide funds for the country’s economic projects.

 
Iran says it has increased the capacity of its Kharq oil terminal to as high as eight million barrels per day (bpd).

Iran triples loading capacity at key oil terminal

Iran says it has increased the capacity of its largest oil terminal to as high as eight million barrels per day (bpd) – another indication that the country is preparing for bigger exports to global markets....

 
Turkey, Iran boost Qatar support amid Saudi blockade

Turkey, Iran boost Qatar support amid Saudi blockade

Iran and Turkey have reportedly increased their support for Qatar by shipping thousands of tons of foodstuffs to the Persian Gulf state, which has been under an economic siege by Saudi Arabia and a number ...

 
Iran’s Qeshm Air to buy 10 planes from Boeing

Iran’s Qeshm Air to buy 10 planes from Boeing

Only a day after two Iranian airlines announced deals to purchase planes from European aviation giant Airbus, another Iranian carrier says it has sealed a third deal to buy advanced aircraft from US plane-...

 
Moscow raps Washington for latest anti-Russia sanctions

Moscow raps Washington for latest anti-Russia sanctions

Russian Foreign Minister, Sergey Lavrov, has criticized Washington for its “Russophobe obsession” following the US’s latest round of sanctions over Moscow’s alleged complicity in Ukraine.

 
Putin warns against new US sanctions against Moscow

Putin warns against new US sanctions against Moscow

Russian President, Vladimir Putin, has warned that new sanctions by the US against Moscow will complicate the relations between the two countries adding that it is too early to discuss retaliatory measures....

 
Top cleric calls for response to US ban bills

Top cleric calls for response to US ban bills

Iranian senior cleric, Ayatollah Nouri Hamedani censured US sanctions bill against Islamic Republic of Iran.

 
Riyadh, Tel Aviv to begin economic ties for first time

Riyadh, Tel Aviv to begin economic ties for first time

Saudi Arabia and Israeli regime have opened secret talks to establish economic relations, a maiden move made since the establishment of the illegal regime in Palestinian territories in 1948, a report ...

 
Russia to begin exporting LNG to Bahrain from 2019

Russia to begin exporting LNG to Bahrain from 2019

Bahrain has announced it is expecting to receive liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Russia in early 2019.

 
​Iran, S Korea in final talks over $13bn loan

​Iran, S Korea in final talks over $13bn loan

Iran’s media say the country is preparing to receive a major credit line worth $13 billion from South Korea for several of its industrial projects within the next few weeks.

 
 
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From Compromise to Partnership: The Impact of the Trump Administration’s Policy towards Russia on Iran

There are serious doubts over the exact route of the US domestic and foreign policies under Donald Trump due to his controversial positions on various issues. In the meantime, one of the important issues that attracted the attention of observers and analysts even before the election of Trump and during ...

 
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Greek demonstrators cheer during a rally calling for a

Just when you thought that the Greece saga had run out of plot twists, another one emerged on Thursday—and it was an important one.

Laylaz: Iran’s economy is not sanctionable

If we had acted before the economy plunged into this crisis, sanctions would definitely have failed to bite.

Demo against conservative govt. in London streets

This is a clear message from the Britain’s nation that if Cameron’s government does not revise its policies, the objections will get wider everyday and will turn into a public movement against the Conservative government

Uniting for Peace Conference mounted in UK

Uniting for Peace Conference organized by a group of Muslim and Christian scholars as well as peace activists took place in London.

 
 
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