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Britain: We will continue to work with Iran

Britain: We will continue to work with Iran

By reiterating his government’s support for the JCPOA, the British Ambassador to Tehran said: “Our colleagues in Iran and the UK are working hard to resolve the issues of reimposed US sanctions on Iran.”  

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Mnuchin: US considers Iran sanction waivers

Mnuchin: US considers Iran sanction waivers

Lesley Wroughton writes in Reuters that the United States in certain cases will consider waivers for countries that need more time to wind down imports of oil from Iran as it seeks to avoid disrupting global oil markets while reimposing sanctions against Tehran, U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said.  

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EU opposition to US request to isolate Iran

EU opposition to US request to isolate Iran

France 24 writes that EU countries on Monday gave European firms legal cover to operate in Iran despite the US pullout from the nuclear deal, after a report that the Trump administration has rejected calls by Brussels for an exemption from sanctions.  

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Iran files complaint at ICJ against the US

Iran files complaint at ICJ against the US

Iranian Foreign Minister, Javad Zarif, tweeted the following today: “Today Iran filed a complaint @CIJ_ICJ (International Court of Justice) to hold US accountable for its unlawful re-imposition of unilateral sanctions.

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A university for D-8 countries in Iran

A university for D-8 countries in Iran

Deputy Minister of Science, Research and Technology of Iran has said: “The General Director of the D-8 Group will arrive in Tehran tomorrow to discuss plans to set up an international university for this group in Iran with the Minister of Science, Research and Technology of Iran.”  

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Badrak ceremony held at St Thaddeus Monastery

Badrak ceremony held at St Thaddeus Monastery

The 64th Badrak ceremony has been held in St Thaddeus Monastery, also known as Kara Kilisa, by Armenians in Chaldoran, northwestern Iran. Once again, the sound of freedom of religious minorities resounds from the church bells in Iran.  

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Increasing ambiguities of Velayati trip to Moscow

Increasing ambiguities of Velayati trip to Moscow

The achievements of the Supreme Leader of Iran’s Chief Advisor in international affairs, Ali-Akbar Velayati, during his trip to Moscow has entailed many ambiguities. Its main achievement can be witnessed today following Trump’s meeting with Putin, but the economic agreements made on this trip have thus far been rather obscure.  

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