The resignation of the president of West African nation Burkina Faso following a popular uprising is a bitter blow to Western interests, a commentator tells Press TV.
Coup in Burkina Faso blow to US, France: Commentator
Sanctions seem to be the most monumental challenge confronting Iran and the P5+1 as the November-24 deadline for a comprehensive deal looms. In Iran, people are worried that further sanctions will be imposed in the wake of a collapse in the talks and radicals say the government of President Hassan Rouhani will be the loser if sanctions remain in place after a nuclear agreement. Yousef Molaei, an expert on international law, believes lifting of sanctions is negotiable.
Sanctions could be lifted
The managing director of House of Cooperatives has called on the government to reduce its share in the national economy to prepare the ground for private sector empowerment.
Government urged to empower private sector
Relations between Iran and Turkey have witnessed ups and downs in recent years. Despite the differences between the two neighbors on certain regional issues including the Syrian crisis, Tehran and Ankara have tried to develop ties in all fields and narrow the gaps. Iran's Ambassador to Turkey Ali Reza Bigdeli in an interview with Iran newspaper elaborated on the relations between the two Muslim states and their views on regional issues.
Envoy: Iran, Turkey determined to narrow differences
Algeria is quite willing to foster economic relations with Iran and will use all its potentials to further boost mutual cooperation, said the Algerian ambassador to Tehran.
Algeria willing to foster economic relations
Iran is facing a water shortage of epic proportions, and little is being done to reverse decades-long trend that has reduced the country's water supply to crisis levels. Changes in global climate, a century of rampant development and heavy subsidies for water and other utilities are all contributing to a situation that is likely to get much worse. Iran Daily conducted an interview with Arash Sharifi, a PhD student at Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, University of Miami, about ways to solve the drought problem in Iran, especially on how to deal with Iran's dying Lake Orumieh.
Proper management key to solving water shortage in Iran
Iran is facing a water shortage of epic proportions, and little is being done to reverse decades-long trend that has reduced the country's water supply to crisis levels. Changes in global climate, a century of rampant development and heavy subsidies for water and other utilities are all contributing to a situation that is likely to get much worse. Iran Daily conducted an interview with Arash Sharifi, a PhD student at Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, University of Miami, about ways to solve the drought problem in Iran, especially on how to deal with Iran's dying Lake Orumieh.
Proper management key to solving water shortage in Iran
A political commentator says the ongoing trial of prominent Bahraini rights activist Nabeel Rajab is illegal and “politically motivated.”
Trial of ‪Bahrain activist Nabeel rajab ‘politically motivated’
Global public opinion is apprehensive about the rise of ISIL Takfiri terrorist group which captured large swathes of land in Iraq and Syria and is posing a security threat to the international community. The terrorists have committed atrocities in both countries, including mass executions and beheading of local residents as well as foreign nationals. A US-led coalition set up to fight the ISIL has failed to stop the progress of the terrorist group. Iran Daily conducted an interview with Ahmad Nesari, the managing director of Islamic Thought Foundation to examine the threats posed by the ISIL to the region. Excerpts of the interview follow:
US created Al-Qaeda and ISIL
A political commentator says the Israeli attempts to Judaize al-Quds (Jerusalem) and the imposition of restrictions on Palestinians amount to crimes against humanity.
Judaization of Quds amounts to crime against humanity: Analyst

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