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Iran’s man grabs Munich spotlight
By David M. Herszenhorn
Iran, South Korea FMs meet in Munich
Iran Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and his South Korean counterpart Kang Kyung-wha discussed a range of issues on Friday.
Cannes opening film 'Everybody Knows' to be screened at Munich festival
Iranian film 'Everybody Knows' by Iran's Oscar-winning film director Asghar Farhadi will be screened at the 36th Munich International Film Festival.
Report: Europeans engage with Iran on regional issues
European powers and Iran have started talks over Tehran’s role in the Middle East and will meet again this month in Italy as part of efforts to prove to US President Donald Trump that they are meeting his concerns over the 2015 nuclear deal.
Munich literature festival officially invites Iranian writer
An Iranian writer has been invited to take part in a literature festival in Germany’s Munich.
Iran's Sina Bank to open branch in Munich
Iran's Sina Bank is to open its first branch in Munch, Germany in the Iranian year which starts on March 21, 2018, a banking official said.
Several injured in Munich knife attack
Several people have injured by a man wielding a knife in the German city of Munich, according to police.
Bayern Munich surprised by Lahm's retirement announcement
Bayern Munich was taken by surprise by the timing of captain Philipp Lahm's decision to announce his retirement.
Munich to host Iran's 'Bodyguard'
Iranian feature film 'Bodyguard' will be screened in Munich, Germany following screening in a number of other cities worldwide.
Iranian banks to open branches in Munich
German media say three Iranian banks plan to open branches in Munich in the near future in what is expected to help stimulate business ties between the two countries.
Attacker planned Munich rampage for a year: Police
The German police say the gunman who carried out the deadly rampage in Munich and killed nine people in a shocking shooting spree had been planning his crime for a year.
German officials urge close look at gun laws in wake of shooting
Senior German officials on Sunday called for a review of Germany's already strict gun laws after Friday's deadly shooting in Munich that claimed the lives of nine people and the gunman, a deranged 18-year-old who was obsessed with mass killings.

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