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Trump extends US national emergency against Iran
US President Donald Trump renewed the national emergency regarding Iran, which was put in place 40 years ago following the takeover of the American embassy in Tehran.
Air pollution shutters schools in Iran's capital
Schools in Tehran were ordered to close on Wednesday after the capital city was cloaked in dangerously high levels of air pollution, authorities said.
Iran blasts “quasi-coup” against Bolivian president
Macron lauds 'excellent' talk with Trump on Iran, Syria, NATO
French President Emmanuel Macron said Tuesday that he had an “excellent telephone discussion” with his US counterpart Donald Trump on a raft of topics including Iran, Syria and NATO.
Iran sets eyes on rising economic bloc to beat US sanctions
Iran is rooting for the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU), a huge trading bloc which seeks to connect Europe with the Asia-Pacific, to offset US sanctions.
Iran, Brazil willing to enhance agricultural cooperation: Official
Iran and Brazil seek to expand cooperation in agriculture, said an official of the Iranian Ministry of Agricultural Jihad.
Deputy minister: Iran’s purchase of agricultural produce from farmers on rise
Iran’s rural and agricultural cooperatives purchased more than two million tons of agricultural produce from the country’s farmers during March 21-September 22, 2019, a senior official said.
Envoy: Oman eager to boost economic ties with Iran
Omani officials seek to expand economic ties with Iran, said the Omani ambassador to Iran on Tuesday.
Iran, Syria can boost trade to $1b in two years: Official
Domestic Economy Desk
Rouhani: No one can blame Iran for nuclear cuts
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