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Iran: US sanctions clear insult to legal, int’l mechanisms
Russia denounces new US sanctions against Iran
Iran purifies wastewater using nanotechnology
A graywater purification device, which is made based on nanostructured ceramic membranes, has recently been unveiled at a nanotechnology exhibition in Tehran.
Iran-Turkmenistan gas dispute in arbitration: Official
Dispute between Iran and Turkmenistan over natural gas trade has gone to arbitration, noting that both sides have filed lawsuits against each other.
Iran-Indonesia trade exchanges up
Iran commands the best location in the region for international transit, said the Indonesian ambassador to Iran, noting that Iran-Indonesia trade exchanges has increased by 2.5 times year-on-year.
Iran, Russia to set common standards
Iran and Russia are working on establishing common standards to boost economic cooperation, said the Head of Institute of Standards and Industrial Research of Iran (ISIRI) on Wednesday.
Italian companies to keep working in Iran
Italian investment companies will remain active in Iran despite unilateral US sanctions, said the head of Trade Promotion Section of the Italian Embassy in Iran.
Leader: Portraying false image of Iran top on enemy’s agenda
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei underlined that portraying a false image of Iran is at the top of the enemy’s agenda.
Iran: US efforts to cut oil exports to zero 'political bluff'
“No difficulty to receive payments for oil exports”
Iran’s Mahdavikia voted best all-time Asian Cup defender
Germany's Eberswalde awards Iran's 'Alan'
Iranian short film 'Alan', directed by Mostafa Gandomkar, won an award at the Eberswalde Film Festival in Germany.
Iran wins big at Slemani festival
Iranian films won four awards at the Third Slemani Film Festival in Iraqi Kurdistan including those for the Best Film and Best Director.
Ukrainian twins banned for life for match-fixing: TIU
Ukrainian twin brothers Gleb and Vadim Alekseenko were banned from tennis for life and fined $250,000 each for “multiple match-fixing offenses”, the Tennis Integrity Unit said on Monday.
Lakers teammate Rondo reveals LeBron locker room influence
LeBron James has helped raise the commitment levels of the Los Angeles Lakers players since his arrival in the summer.
Medieval manuscript 'more significant than Magna Carta' to go on display at British Library
The only existing written copy of the first code of English Law will join a major display of rarely-seen Cathedral treasures at the British Library.
TPO: Iron ore granule, concentrate output of major companies up 17%
Production of iron ore granule and concentrate at major Iranian mining companies both witnessed growths of 17 percent during March 21-September 22, 2018.
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