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Hook: The Iranian people want jobs

Hook: The Iranian people want jobs

Brian Hook, U.S. Special Representative for Iran, has responded to Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani who told the Iranian people “to put a curse” on those who caused the current economic crisis in Iran.

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Mobile sales in Iran halved

Mobile sales in Iran halved

The Head of the union for Iran’s telecommunication devices has said: “With the rising dollar prices on the forex market, people’s purchase power for mobiles has decreased and figures indicate that mobile sales have halved at the outset of Nowruz.

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The changing face of Iran

The changing face of Iran

On its 40th anniversary, many people thought they saw the approaching collapse of the Islamic Revolution of Iran and the shadow of another revolt, given the population’s current frustration with their economic plight. They were wrong: in Tehran, the government seems to be stable and in full control of state security. Nonetheless, it faces challenges at home and abroad.

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Iran and Iraq sign five MoUs

Iran and Iraq sign five MoUs

The Islamic Republic of Iran and the Republic of Iraq signed five memoranda of understanding in the presence of President Hassan Rouhani and Prime Minister Abdul-Mahdi.

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There are no disputes

There are no disputes

The Iranian President who is on a 3-day visit to Iraq has said at the end of a joint press conference with the Iraqi President: “I saw no disputes in our discussions.”

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Tehran to host European delegations on 'INSTEX'

Tehran to host European delegations on 'INSTEX'

The Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Ghasemi pointed to 'INSTEX' – the long-awaited mechanism created for facilitating trade with Iran – saying Tehran will host European delegations in the near future to follow up on the implementation of the mechanism.

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Merkel accuses Iran of aggressiveness towards other countries

Merkel accuses Iran of aggressiveness towards other countries

Attending on behalf of the EU, Ms Merkel blasted Iran for their displays of aggression towards other countries, before urging Iran to work with the bloc for a “political solution” to the humanitarian crisis in Yemen. She told a crowd in Sharm El Sheikh: “We Europeans have again committed to the nuclear agreement but we can also see aggressive tendencies of Iran and therefore the question is how does the Arabic League treat Iran but also how are we Europeans dealing with Iran – another commonality we have to discuss.” The German Chancellor then went on to discuss the situation in Yemen in a speech that saw her condemn Iran for “suppressing minorities”. She added: “As the second conflict I’ve named the terrible humanitarian situation in Yemen. Here we have first rays of hope because of the Stockholm process and we have to support the work of US delegate Griffith so that we can achieve long-term and sustainable ceasefire especially in the city Al Hudaydah and can then start to find a political solution step by step.

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