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  • Implementation Day: What Lifting of Sanctions Against Iran Means for World’s Oil Market

    Implementation Day: What Lifting of Sanctions Against Iran Means for World’s Oil Market0

    The European nations and the United States announced lifting of strict oil and economic sanctions on Iran on Saturday after the international nuclear watchdog inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency concluded that the Islamic Republic had fulfilled requirements to freeze its nuclear program imposed by the world powers. U.S. President Barack Obama has signed

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  • Iran Benefits From Sanctions Removal by Canceling Deals With Western Businesses

    Iran Benefits From Sanctions Removal by Canceling Deals With Western Businesses0

    • Asia
    • January 20, 2016

    As the global financial system is reopened for Iran due to the lifting of sanctions, the western companies are competing for investment opportunities in the economically revived country. Referring to the Saturday speech of the President of Iran, more than 150 companies from 50 countries have visited Iran for investment in a short period of

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  • Top 5 News of Monday

    Top 5 News of Monday0

    Iraqi Army Retakes Key Base in Ramadi from Islamic State The Baghdad government announced that Iraqi troops recaptured a government complex in the Sunni heartland from Islamic State militants and raised the national flag above the main government building in Ramadi. The site that remains home to thousands of civilians trapped in the midst of

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  • China, Egypt, and Iran Are Not Safe for Journalists

    China, Egypt, and Iran Are Not Safe for Journalists0

    We all know that being a journalist had never been a safe job, especially if you have to work in conflict zones. But there are some countries where is it not safe to work as a journalist whether there is a massive armed conflict going on in the country or not. The Committee to Protect

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  • Is Iran Deal a Victory Or a Defeat?

    Is Iran Deal a Victory Or a Defeat?0

    Iranian parliament voted in favor of supporting the nuclear deal reached by six world powers this July in Vienna as a part of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, thereby solving probably one of the world’s significant problem in the Middle East. The endorsement removed one more obstacle for both sides to begin implementation of

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  • Kissinger’s Cunning Policy in the Middle East to Blame for Current Problems

    Kissinger’s Cunning Policy in the Middle East to Blame for Current Problems0

    Henry Kissinger’s relations with Iran have a long history. Though he can not entirely be blamed for the current situation in the Middle East, he is far more responsible for it than everybody believes. As a security adviser and a new Secretary of State in 1973, Kissinger had to please Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, the Shah

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