1133 GMT October 19, 2018
Iran: US trying to escape accountability at ICJ
Rome Appeal Court rejects US appeal to seize Iran’s property
BP CEO: Expect ‘extreme volatility’ in oil prices due to Iran sanctions
Uncertainty surrounding Iran’s oil industry ahead of forthcoming US sanctions could prompt “extreme volatility” in oil prices, BP’s chief executive said on Wednesday.
World must confront US threats to global order, Iran tells UN
Iran’s UN ambassador called on the world community to confront the threats the United States poses to global order by backtracking on its international obligations, launching trade wars and slapping sanctions on other nations.
Iran’s 57th naval flotilla arrives in Pakistan on goodwill visit
Iranian Navy’s 57th flotilla of warships docked at the Pakistani port of Karachi for goodwill-cum-training visit.
Minister: Scientific cooperation with Japan to help present Iran’s capacities
Head: 350 research projects implemented in 18 months in Iran’s NBML
Commander: Iranian border guard killed by outlaws
An Iranian border guard was killed in an armed conflict with outlaws in the country’s western province of Kurdestan, IRNA reported.
US marks first retreat on Iran by letting Rhum operate
The US administration beat its first retreat on planned sanctions against Iran, allowing a gas field partly owned by the Islamic Republic in the North Sea to keep operating.
Larijani: Global problems result of US unilateralism
Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani said global problems are the result of US unilateralism, calling for unity among countries against Washington’s unilateral measures which are beyond the law.
Europe steps up drive to save Iranian financial access
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