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US to reveal Saudi official allegedly tied to 9/11 attackers
The US Department of Justice said it will reveal a key name sought by people suing Saudi Arabia for alleged involvement in the 9/11 attacks.
Official: Five-month non-oil exports from southern port up 15%
Non-oil exports from Shahid Rajaee Port, in southern Iran, increased 15 percent during March 21-August 22, 2019 year-on-year, said the director general of the Ports and Maritime Organization of the southern Iranian province of Hormuzgan.
Official: 10 modern drugs to be unveiled in Iran
Head of the Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences (TIPS) said on Tuesday that significant progress has been made in science and pharmaceutical industries and that at least 10 modern drugs will be unveiled in the next few months.
Ministry official: Over 4,600 knowledge-based firms operating in Iran
By Sadeq Dehqan & Amirhadi Arsalanpour
Official says Chabahar port, hub of int'l trade
Port of Chabahar is a shortcut hub for international trade of Iran, Pakistan, Afghanistan and the route for outside world of the Central Asian states, an Iranian official said on Saturday.
Official: Iran, UAE developing trade ties
A senior Iranian official expressed pleasure that trade and political relations between his country and the UAE are improving.
Official: One-month nonoil exports from Iran’s South Pars up 23%
Exports of nonoil products from South Pars customs office in southern Iran grew 23 percent in terms of weight during May 22- June 21, 2019, compared to the figure for the same period last year, said‌ a local official.
Official: Iranian foodstuff welcome in Iraqi Kurdistan Region
Consumers and traders of Sulaymaniyah in the Iraqi Kurdistan Region welcome imports of Iranian foodstuff, said the director general of Sulaymaniyah customs office on Monday.
CBI official: Trading Bitcoin illegal in Iran
The sale and purchase of Bitcoin is illegal in Iran, an official with the country’s central bank said, warning against advertisements luring people into trading the cryptocurrency.
NATO faces big bill if it fails to pick AWACS successor soon: Officials
A senior NATO official says the US-led military alliance would be facing the unpleasant prospect of paying a significant bill if it failed to come up with a successor to its ageing fleet of AWACS spy planes by around 2035.

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