Daily Iran News


August 22, 2017: "Iran Says World Bank Approves 1 Billion Euros to Electrify Rail Network", Reporting by Bozorgmehr Sharafedin, editing by Louise Heavens, New York Times

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August 22, 2017: "Erdogan says Turkey and Iran discussing joint action against Kurdish militants", Reporting by Ece Toksabay and Tuvan Gumrukcu; Editing by David D, Reuters

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August 22, 2017: "Total to Buy Maersk’s Oil and Gas Business for $4.95 Billion", CHAD BRAY, New York Times

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August 18, 2017: "Rouhani’s defense nominee vows to bolster Iran’s missile program", Xinhua Net

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August 17, 2017: "Turkey to boost military cooperation with Iran after army chief’s visit", Ece Toksabay, Tuvan Gumrukcu and Parisa Hafezi; Writing by Domin, Reuters

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August 17, 2017: "Iran Air selecting financiers for 200 jets: CEO", Trade Arabia

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August 16, 2017: "Iran building long-range rocket factory in Syria: Israeli TV", Ori Lewis; Editing by Mark Trevelyan, Reuters

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August 16, 2017: "Iranian court freezes assets of more than 150 BBC staff", Reuters

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August 16, 2017: "US envoy: Iran can’t use nuclear deal to hold world hostage", Associated Press

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August 15, 2017: "Iran judiciary freezes assets of BBC Persian staff", Rana Rahimpour, PBS

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August 15, 2017: "Iran Just Threatened to Restart Its Nuclear Program if the U.S. Continues With Sanctions", Time

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August 14, 2017: "Kuwait arrests 12 ‘terrorists’ with alleged ties to Iran", Washington Post

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August 14, 2017: "Iran in talks to buy 48 Airbus helicopters: report", Dubai newsroom, additional reporting by Tim Hepher in Paris; Edi, Reuters

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August 14, 2017: "Iranian Parliament, Facing U.S. Sanctions, Votes to Raise Military Spending", THOMAS ERDBRINK, New York Times

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August 14, 2017: "Iranian Parliament, Facing U.S. Sanctions, Votes to Raise Military Spending", THOMAS ERDBRINK, New York Times

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