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US sanctions prevent Iran’s battle against coronavirus: Newsweek
The US’ unilateral sanctions against Iran complicate the country’s access to life-saving medical supplies, thus hampering its ability to effectively respond to the deadly spread of the new coronavirus, an American weekly news magazine says.
Two US Senate hawks pushing for new Iran nuclear deal
Two anti-Iran senators from different parties have teamed up to come up with a plan to reach a new nuclear deal with Iran.
US slaps sanctions on 13 foreign entities, individuals over Iran's missile program
The US State Department has imposed sanctions against 13 foreign entities and individuals in China, Iraq, Russia and Turkey over what it calls their support for Iran’s missile program.
Iran parliament proposes 50% tax on Google advertisement services
A body advising the Iranian parliament has proposed that the government should impose a tax of up to 50 percent on businesses using online advertisement services on Google search engine.
Iran, Azerbaijan hold military commission meeting in Tehran
The second meeting of Iran-Azerbaijan joint commission was held at the headquarters of the Iranian Armed Forces on Wednesday.
Iran says open to 'any initiative' ensuring its dividends of JCPOA
Iran said on Wednesday it was open "to any initiative" as parties to the 2015 nuclear deal stepped up efforts to save the accord which has been on life support since a 2018 decision by the US to withdraw from it and reimpose sanctions.
Iran, Pakistan discuss FTA
A trade delegation from Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture (TCCIMA) in a meeting with its Pakistani counterpart discussed cooperation on economic ties including a free trade agreement (FTA) on some commodities.
Iran’s petchem output growing despite US economic terrorism
Chemical and petrochemical production of Iran posted an increase on nearly two percent in the 10 months of the current Iranian year (March 21, 2019 – January 20, 2020), indicating that Tehran has overpowered Washington’s pressures.
Iranian firms to participate in first Istanbul Transaction Exhibition
The First Istanbul Transaction Exhibition will be held on June 17-18 in the presence of Iranian companies.
Iraq, Turkey, Afghanistan buy $1.48b of Iran’s mining products in eight months
Iraq, Turkey and Afghanistan imported Iranian mining products worth $1.48 billion during the eight months of the current Iranian calendar year (March 21-November 21, 2019), according to Iran’s foreign trade figures.
WSA: Iran’s Jan. steel output growth over 22 times global average
The year-on-year growth witnessed in Iran’s raw steel production in January 2020 was more than 22 times higher than the global average rate in the same period, a report by the World Steel Association (WSA) said.
Iran: Dubowitz’s coronavirus remarks 'shameful and inhuman'
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Political Affairs Abbas Araqchi said the remarks by Mark Dubowitz, chief executive of Washington-based Foundation for Defense of Democracies (FDD), about the spread of coronavirus in Iran are “shameful and downright inhuman.”
Zarif: Trump confessed Iran hates Daesh, US ‘has taken’ Syrian oil
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif underscored a confession by US President Donald Trump that the Islamic Republic hates the Daesh terrorist group, and that the presence of American forces in Syria was for plundering the Arab country's oil resources.
Iranian animation ‘Tangle’ wins Russia’s top award
Iran’s cinematic work ‘Tangle’, directed by Maliheh Gholamzadeh, received the best film award at the 15th International Orthodox Film Festival (Vstrecha) in Obninsk, Russia.
Iran sets restriction on tourism hotspots to curb coronavirus
Iran prohibited entrance of tourists to desert areas until further notice in order to contribute to the country’s efforts to contain the spread of coronavirus.

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