Iraq is experiencing tough days. A large swathe of land in the north is under the control of ISIL terrorists since last summer, adding to the problems it had already been grappling with.
Iraqi president: Regional outlook improving
Iran can raise its revenues from the export of agricultural products to $20 billion from the current level of $4 billion, said the chairman of Majlis Agriculture, Water and National Resources Commission.
MP: $20b agro exports attainable
By Sadeq Dehqan & Sadaf Pour Iliaei
Foreign groups eying Fajr
A senior lawmaker has called on the French government to shoulder responsibility for the recent terrorist attacks that have shaken the European nation to the core.
MP: France should shoulder responsibility for terrorist attacks
Interview with Jan Oberg, Danish academician and peace researcher
Iran being punished for not possessing nuclear weapons
By Sadeq Dehqan & Farzam Vanaki
Iran's Rahman vows to break world own record
As one of the country's wealthiest provinces, South Khorasan seemingly possess favorable potentials to become one of the country's economic hubs.
South Khorasan, a paradise for foreign investors
South Khorasan is a relatively new province in eastern Iran, which was created in 2004 with Birjand as its capital city. Ferdows, Tabas and Qaen are some of its other major cities.
South Khorasan vies for foreign investment
European Union legislators are scheduled to discuss a resolution to recognize Palestine as a state this month.
Recognition of Palestine a global demand
As soon as anti-Iran sanctions are lifted, trade transactions between Iran and Germany will double or triple.
NUMOV: Iran-Germany transactions will triple

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