Spain's Esproenko International, which specializes in oil and gas services, announced the company will continue business with Iran despite the first phase of Washington's anti-Iranian sanctions which went into force earlier this month.
Three men died from heatstroke in Spain as Europe sweltered in a record heatwave Friday, with temperatures hitting a scorching 45°C (113°F) in some areas and meteorologists saying only scant relief is in sight in the coming days, AFP reported.
Madrid has inked a military deal with the Riyadh regime, which would see a Spanish firm build five warships for Saudi Arabia, despite an international cry against the sales of military equipment to the kingdom amid its bloody war on impoverished Yemen.
Spain arrived at the World Cup convinced it was ready to rule world football again but Sunday’s defeat to Russia in the last 16 has set the 2010 champions back a decade and brought an end to a glorious generation.
Iran coach Carlos Queiroz said he could offer no magic potion to help his side cope with the might of Spain but promised his players would fight, fight and fight again when they meet the former world champions on Wednesday.
Carlos Queiroz has guided three national teams to four World Cups but the game against Spain today could prove to be his finest hour and a half, not just on the global stage but in a long and distinguished coaching career.
Spain's Repsol has hired Malta-flagged suezmax Mabrouk to ship the first export parcel of Pars oil produced from West Karoun fields in southwest Iran, sources and shipping data in Thomson Reuters Eikon showed.