Iran foreign oil firms must accept new terms to work in country

Foreign energy firms and contractors have to accept Iran’s new terms and conditions if they return to work in the country, Iran’s Oil Minister Bijan Zanganeh said on Monday.

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In offering its militias as security contractors Iran is exporting its revolution

Afghanistan has long had a security problem, despite the many who have sought to guarantee its safety. The latest of those revealed themselves this week when Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif offered the Afghan government the help of Afghan Shia militants to fight against Daesh. “In Afghanistan, we are prepared to support [militants] under the leadership of the Afghan government,” said Zarif.

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Iran’s Zarif wants Biden to lift sanctions

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Iran would fully implement its 2015 nuclear deal if US President-elect Joe Biden lifts sanctions on Tehran, which Zarif said could be done swiftly through “three executive orders”.

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Iran Paralympian facing execution asked why gyms closed and not shrines

A wheelchair-bound bodybuilder in Iran could face the death penalty for questioning why gyms were closed due to coronavirus but religious shrines allowed to stay open.

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Iran proposes building largest commercial port east of Strait of Hormuz

Iranian authorities have proposed a plan to build the largest commercial port in the city of Jask, east of the Strait of Hormuz, expecting it to become an economic and commercial centre within ten years, RT reported on Wednesday.

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It’s time EU act on Iran’s human rights violations

An online conference at the EU parliament hosted by the Iranian opposition NCRI calls on the EU to condemn the Human rights violation in Iran. In this event, dozens of MEPs joined to give their solutions to condemn the Human rights violation in Iran

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