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A growing tendency by Iranians to buy land in other countries

A growing tendency by Iranians to buy land in other countries

An expert of Iran’s housing market believes: “Iranians will spend a larger amount of their money to buy property in other countries and survive political and economic risks if dollar fluctuations increase in the next Iranian calendar year (to start on 21 March 2019).”

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Iran rejects involvment in PKK strikes by Turkey

Iran rejects involvment in PKK strikes by Turkey

An informed source from General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Islamic Republic of Iran said the country had no involvement in Turkey’s operation against the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) militant group on Monday, reports Mehr News.

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Rouhani: Iran will stand by the Syrian nation

Rouhani: Iran will stand by the Syrian nation

At a meeting with the visiting Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad, President Rouhani referred to Iran's seriousness for cooperation and helping the Syrian government in the process of reconstructing Syria and consolidating security and peace in the country, adding "the Islamic Republic of Iran will stand by the Syrian government and people like before."

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An unlikely Eurasian convergence

An unlikely Eurasian convergence

Although the three-nation summit did not get much press in the West, its emergence is a signal, albeit a quiet one, that Eurasia’s geopolitical landscape is undergoing major changes.

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Turkey will not attend Warsaw Summit

Turkey will not attend Warsaw Summit

A senior official at the Turkish Foreign Ministry said his country will not have any representatives in the US-sponsored anti-Iran conference, which is set to be hosted by Poland in Warsaw later today.

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Iran's millennials worried about social progress

Iran's millennials worried about social progress

Ashkan Gomrokian is a young man who’s easy to find. Most afternoons he’s in the skate park in downtown Tehran, perfecting his crooked kickflip and lipslide. The commonplace scene would’ve been considered deviant in Iran a few years ago. Gomrokian recalls once getting dragged off to a police station and accused of being a satanist. He says authorities still don’t like his skater tribe much—“the oversized clothes, the hair, the tattoos”—but the Tehran municipality has built multiple dedicated skateboard spaces in the past few years, part of an effort to beautify the city and make it more livable.

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Trump aims to reduce isolation on Iran in Warsaw Summit

Trump aims to reduce isolation on Iran in Warsaw Summit

A university professor in the US believes: «The Trump administration is trying to reduce its isolation on the Iran issue by doing whatever it can to generate widespread hostility toward Iran.  The conference in Poland is part of this effort.» After months of speculation, France, Germany, and the UK finally announced a financial mechanism called INSTEX three days ago to work with Iran despite US sanctions. Nevertheless, Europe has set conditions to launch the mechanism based on Iran joining the FATF. The Iranian Spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs had announced earlier that pre-conditions were unacceptable for the European financial channel. US actions in the shape of regional trips by Pompeo to the Middle East and staging a summit in Poland, plus the announcement that it will not renew sanctions relief for buyers of Iranian oil all show continued pressure on Iran.

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