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Saudi Arabia and Iran agreed to restore diplomatic ties on March 10, bringing an end to seven years of conflict between the two nations in a deal brokered by China that is expected to have wide-ranging consequences.
Agreement could have implications on reviving nuclear deal and could even help build ties between Moscow, Beijing, Tehran and Riyadh.
Tehran denies discovery is meaningful. Israel steps up sabre-rattling. CIA chief says his agency has no evidence Iranians are moving to “weaponise”.
Air of panic among Iranians looking to save what remains of their assets.
Tehran assisting Putin with drones and in areas including trade transit, automotive, banking, aviation and petrochemicals. Russian Su-35 fighter jets could be part of its reward.
New central bank chief and economy minister are apparently grappling with a sinister “man in Istanbul” who’s pulling levers on Iran’s FX market.
It has brought nothing but suffering, she says, condemning the Iranian regime’s bloody crackdown on anti-government protesters.
Ahead of Wales World Cup match, focus is again on whether Iranian players will sing national anthem.
Islamic Republic's latest troubles have set off another phase of currency depreciation.
Iran is claiming progress with its solar industry, set to reach an estimated 1,000 MW in the next six months. Time will only tell whether the country, hit with massive protests and a crisis of legitimacy, will pull off this massive feat.
Bloc's foreign policy chief says Europe will look for hard evidence of Tehran supplying Russia with the deadly weapon.
As the current rotating president of the European Union, Prague has convened a meeting of the long moribund EU Israel Association to try to boost EU links with the Jewish state.
Government daily, meanwhile, says “winter will bring the West to its senses”, implying Europe, US need nuclear deal relaunch to unlock Iranian energy supplies.
Tehran serves reminder that ‘winter is approaching’ and Europe needs Iran’s oil and gas on the market.
New understanding between Tehran and major powers could unlock world markets for Iranian oil, countering supply stress caused by attempts to sideline Russian oil.
Moscow trip of Tehran’s top diplomat, meanwhile, fails to provide clear signal that a nuclear deal relaunch is on the horizon, but hopes are rising.
Iranian president remarks: “In no meeting or negotiation did we sell the rights of the people short.”
And there’s no guarantee they will be forthcoming.
World’s most sanctioned nations Russia and Iran have lately struck deals in areas including aviation, transit, food commodities and oil and gas.