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23 Aug 2018
Air France and British Airways announced Thursday that they will halt flights to Tehran next month, citing low profitability as the US reimposes sanctions on Iran.
31 Dec 2017
Some 200 protesters marched through central Tehran Sunday as authorities braced for a possible fourth night of unrest and cut access to social media after days of unrest that saw two people killed.
7 Jun 2017
The Islamic State group claimed twin attacks in Tehran on Wednesday targeting parliament and the shrine of revolutionary founder Ruhollah Khomeini, the first it has carried out in Iran.
28 May 2016
Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei urged newly-elected lawmakers Saturday to resist "schemes" from the West as parliamentarians met in Tehran for the first time since elections finished in April.

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