Iran has scrapped free delivery of crude oil to Indian refiners last month.
Results from Friday’s second ballot will decide who has the most power when lawmakers are sworn in next month
Sahel Filsoof has turned his shuttle taxi into a mobile library as he believes that people could solve many of their problems by reading books.
Enhancing energy cooperation and development of the Chabahar port were the centerpiece of talks which was mostly dominated by economic issues.
The Persian Gulf nation is now insisting on being paid in Euros for the oil it sells to Indian refiners.
If the US seeks “stability” it should “leave the region and stop supporting terrorists,” Defence Minister Hossein Dehghan said.
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Earnest said there are a whole variety of steps that Iran committed to implement, including the most intrusive set of inspections that have ever been imposed on a country’s nuclear program.
While Rouhani said further engagement with other countries was the key to economic growth, Khamenei insisted on the concept of a “resistance economy” centred on self-sufficiency.
Netanyahu on Sunday called on world powers to punish Iran after the country test-fired two missiles emblazoned with the phrase “Israel must be wiped out” in Hebrew.
Iran will continue its missile program but remain committed to its international obligations, says foreign ministry.
Iran and the US have no formal diplomatic ties, but Kerry and Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif built a close working relationship during negotiations for last year’s nuclear accord between Tehran and world powers.
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The missiles had ranges of between 300 and 2,000 kilometers (185-1,250 miles), Gen. Amir Ali Hajizadeh, head of the Guard’s aerospace division, said, according to the state news agency IRNA.
According to Iran’s Interior Ministry, which gave the final results for the clerical assembly, moderates won 59 per cent of the seats in the body.