“Global science missing a piece if Iranians don’t participate”
By David Adam *
Science under maximum pressure in Iran
Iran said the sale of its properties in Canada as per a court ruling to compensate a group of so-called “terror victims” is an unlawful move that will have consequences for the Ottawa government if not revoked.
Iran condemns Canada’s sale of assets, warns of consequences
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif mocked the United States’ friendly ties with Israel after reports emerged last week about Israel's spying on the White House, saying Washington needs no enemies with a spy in his allies.
Zarif: US needs no enemies with Israel spying on White House
Two Iranian companies signed a $440-million agreement Saturday to develop a gas field in the Persian Gulf, with the Oil Ministry saying it showed arch-foe the United States could not stop the country with sanctions.
Iran inks deal to develop gas field in Persian Gulf
Canada has gifted some $30 million worth of Iranian assets to the victims of terrorist attacks in which Iran says has not been involved, Canadian media reported.
Canada sells Iran’s properties, gives money away to ‘terror victims’
Members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and allies, a grouping known as OPEC+, discussed the possible impact on future of the global oil supplies after reports that the United States might ease sanctions on Iran’s oil sale.
Saudi minister: OPEC+ discuss global supplies over possible easing of Iran sanctions
US President Donald Trump is reportedly considering a French plan to allow a $15 billion credit for Iran, according to US and foreign officials cited in a Daily Beast report.
Report: Trump considering Macron’s $15b plan for Iran

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