1219 GMT July 21, 2018
Iran reports major drop in gasoline imports
Iran has reported a major plunge in its imports of gasoline in a move that many believe could strengthen the country against the upcoming US sanctions.
Iran wins five medals at Int’l Math Olympiad
Iranian math geniuses won five medals — one gold, three silver and one bronze, as well as an Honorary Diploma at the 59th International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO 2018), being held until July 14 in Cluj-Napoca, Romania.
Bus-tanker collision leaves 13 dead in western Iran
At least 13 people were killed in Iran’s western city of Sanandaj after a fuel tanker collided with a passenger bus, causing a big explosion.
American Unilateralism and the World Crisis
By Mohammad Nahavandian*
President to reshuffle cabinet
India OKs plan for Iran bank to set up Mumbai branch
The Indian Express reported that Iran’s Bank Pasargad had received an authorization to open a branch in Mumbai.
Iran eyes Asia buyers to protect oil exports from US sanctions
Iran is pinning hopes on Asian oil consumers as it battles to protect crude exports and shield its economy from US sanctions.
Iran warns OPEC deal does not allow output hike above targets
Iran's oil minister told his Saudi Arabian counterpart that last month's OPEC supply pact does not give member countries the right to raise oil production above their targets,.
Indonesia calls for preserving Iran nuclear deal
First group of Iranian Hajj pilgrims leave for Saudi Arabia tomorrow
First group of Iranian pilgrims comprising 270 people are to leave Tehran for the city of Medina in Saudi Arabia on Wednesday (July 18), it was announced on Tuesday.
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