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Iran registers INSTEX mirror company for trade with Europe
Iran registers a mirror company for the European special payment channel INSTEX two days before the New Persian Year that will start this Thursday.
Austria president: Europe must not dance to Trump’s tune on Iran
Austria has denounced US President Donald Trump’s withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran and his sanctions threat against companies doing business with Tehran, saying European countries should not dance to Trump’s tune.
Exiled Saudi royal forms elaborate opposition in Europe to change regime in Saudi Arabia
An exiled Saudi prince has formed a Europe-based opposition movement seeking to change the regime in Saudi Arabia and end human rights abuses in the repressive country.
US citizens will need a visa to visit Europe starting in 2021
US citizens traveling to Europe without a visa will be a thing of the past come 2021. The European Union announced on Friday that American travelers will need a new type of visa – a European Travel Information and Authorization System or ETIAS – to visit the European Schengen Area, CNN reported.
Europe trade czar warns of ‘Tariffs on Day 1’ after hard Brexit
The European Union’s top trade official warned that the UK’s impending exit from the bloc risks being ‘chaotic’ with some of the EU’s other member states still not prepared for the practical realities of a no-deal Brexit that may be just three weeks away.
Rezaei: Europe’s behavior will affect EC’s decision on FATF-related bills
The secretary of Iran’s Expediency Council, Mohsen Rezaei, said that the behavior of European countries will affect the body’s final decision on ratifying FATF-related bills.
Europe awaits china's stimulus signal as export economy suffers
The annual policy address by Premier Li Keqiang on Tuesday should have greater-than-usual relevance for European Central Bank officials, as they try to gauge how much help for the region’s economy they’re going to get from Chinese demand.
Europe says it could clinch trade deal with Trump this year
European Union Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom said a trans-Atlantic trade deal could be achieved before year-end, stressing a readiness to work speedily as the bloc tries to keep at bay the threat of US automotive tariffs.
Putin warns of retaliation if US deployed missiles in Europe
Russian President Vladimir Putin has warned the United States against deploying intermediate-range nuclear weapons in Europe, saying his country will target the US itself and not just the countries where those missiles are stationed.
Putin threatens to target US if it deploys missiles in Europe
President Vladimir Putin warned of a resolute response if the US decides to station missiles in neighboring countries to Russia.
Venture capital firm uses AI to seek out startups across Europe
A London-based venture capital firm that uses artificial intelligence to find promising startups across Europe said on Tuesday it had raised €53 million (£46.6 million) for its biggest fund to date.
Europe must take more drastic measures to save Iran nuclear deal: Analyst
Europeans need to take more “drastic measures” to save the Iran nuclear deal, says a political analyst, adding that all their actions following the US withdrawal from the agreement have not been enough.
Asians lift more Iran oil
Asian customers of Iranian oil are steady in taking supplies from the country but the Europeans refuse to buy any, despite having received exemptions from US sanctions.

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