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20 Dec 2016
Russia, Iran and Turkey agreed on Tuesday to guarantee Syria peace talks and backed expanding a ceasefire in the war-torn country, laying down their claim as the main powerbrokers in the conflict.
15 Dec 2016
Hundreds marched through Ankara Thursday in protest at Russian and Iranian involvement in the siege of Aleppo, the latest in a series of demonstrations in Europe over the Syria crisis.
13 Dec 2016
MTN Group Ltd., the South African wireless carrier that’s been trying to repatriate $1 billion from Iran, has managed to extract several hundred million dollars from the country with the help of European banks
8 Dec 2016
Britain's foreign minister Boris Johnson has accused Saudi Arabia and Iran of "puppeteering" and engaging in "proxy wars" in the Middle East, a video reported on Thursday shows.
1 Dec 2016
Iran claimed victory after it was spared any of the cuts in oil production accepted by other OPEC members, including its bitter regional rival Saudi Arabia, to tackle a global glut.
30 Nov 2016
CIA director John Brennan warned Wednesday that tearing up the Iran nuclear deal, as US President-elect Donald Trump promised during his election campaign, would be "disastrous".
23 Nov 2016
Iran will retaliate if the United States renews sanctions next month, supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei warned Wednesday.
19 Nov 2016
Iran is optimistic that OPEC can reach an agreement to cut production and improve prices, Oil Minister Bijan Zanganeh said on Saturday after meeting the cartel's chief Mohammad Sanusi Barkindo.
18 Nov 2016
Iran denied on Friday that it had in any way breached its nuclear deal with world powers, insisting it was meeting its commitment to cap its stocks of controlled materials.
16 Nov 2016
Iran's supreme leader Ali Khamenei said Wednesday that the result of the US election made "no difference" to the Islamic republic despite president-elect Donald Trump's aggressive stance.
15 Nov 2016
Beyond the showcase of products and services that satisfy both local and international tastes, the 22nd Press Exhibition held in Tehran last week underscored ...
14 Nov 2016
Tehran officials shut schools on Monday as the first of the winter's heavy pollution hit the Iranian capital.

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