Iran unveils budget to resist US sanctions
The US sanctions imposed last year in a bitter dispute centred on Iran’s nuclear programme include an embargo on the oil sector whose sales Washington aims to reduce to zero in a campaign of “maximum pressure”.
Trump on Florida shooting, impeachment and Iran prisoner exchange
Just months after senior U.S. officials delivered substantial military aid ...
Iran unveils budget of 'resistance' against US sanctions
After unilaterally withdrawing from a 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and world power...
Iran frees American for US-held scientist
Iran and the US conducted a prisoner exchange on Saturday that saw a detained scholar released for an Iranian scientist held by America, mar...
Chinese-American freed from Iran, Iranian freed from U.S. in prisoner swap
The official spoke shortly after Iran's foreign minister said the prisoner swap of Iranian Massoud Soleimani and Chinese-American Xiyue Wang was imminent.
2019 on course to be the second or third warmest year on record: Report
The provisional report also took note of a number of record high temperatures in India, including 48 degree Celsius at New Delhi Airport on 10 June and flagged how such examples at several other places with higher-than-usual recorded temperatures in the country and elsewhere in the world were consistent with a warm year globally.
As internet restored, online Iran protest videos show chaos
As Iran restores the internet after a week-long government-imposed shutdown, new videos purport to show the demonstrations over gasoline prices rising and the security-force crackdown that followed. The restoration brought messaging apps back to life for Iranians cut off from loved ones abroad. It also meant that videos again began being shared widely.
Iran to unblock Internet once ‘abuse’ stops: Govt
“Many professions and banks... have faced problems, and we have been trying to solve this,” government spokesman Ali Rabiei said, quoted by semi-official news agency ISNA. “The internet will come back gradually in some provinces where there are assurances the internet will not be abused,” he said. “We understand that people have faced difficulties."
India needs sector-focused demand stimulus, not income-tax cut: Suvodeep Rakshit
Credit channels through the banking sector or NBFCs have to clear up.
Iran's bid at nuclear extortion will deepen its political & economic isolation: Pompeo
Following recent assertion by Tehran of its intention to resume uranium enrichment at its Fordow facility, the United States on Monday said it would withdraw its sanction waiver to Iran's facility.
'Time to take out our swords': Inside Iran's plot to attack Saudi Arabia
This account, described to Reuters by three officials familiar with the meetings and a fourth close to Iran's decision making, is the first to describe the role of Iran's leaders in plotting the Sept. 14 attack on Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia's state-controlled oil company.
Sebi informs market stakeholders about FATF's sanctions against North Korea, Iran
The development comes following a global caution notice from the FATF.
Iran downgrades new oil find to just 22 bn barrels
President Hassan Rouhani on Sunday announced the discovery of a field containing 53 billion barrels of oil in the southwestern province of Khuzestan, saying it was a "small gift by the government to the people of Iran."
Iran downs unidentified drone near Gulf coast: Reports
The unmanned aircraft was downed over Iranian territory with a domestically manufactured Mersad surface-to-air missile.
OPEC’s flaring political crises add new risk for oil supplies
Iraq has violently cracked down on demonstrations against corruption in recent weeks.
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