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Joint chambers of commerce planned with Italy, Switzerland, Tajikistan
The ground is paved for setting up joint chambers of commerce between Iran and three Asian and European countries, a trade official said.
Swiss watch rebound continues
Swiss watch exports climbed for a fourth month in five as growth in higher-end mechanical timepieces made up for a decline in cheaper quartz models
Anatoly Antonov named new Russian ambassador to US
Russian President Vladimir Putin has named Anatoly Antonov, a career diplomat who is on the European Union's sanctions list because of Moscow's role in the Ukraine, as Russia's new ambassador to the United States.
Europe becomes Iran's petchem customer
Iran's petrochemical products have found new customers in European countries in the post-sanction era. They include Spain, Turkey, Romania and Belgium.
President: Iran keen to promote ties with European countries
"The two Iranian and Austrian nations have never had any conflicts of interests", President Hassan Rouhani said in a meeting with the new Austrian Ambassador to Tehran, describing Tehran-Vienna ties long-standing and very friendly.
Portugal asks for help from Europe to fight forest fires
More than 3,000 firemen struggled to put out forest fires across Portugal on Sunday, after the country requested assistance from Europe to fight blazes that threaten to spread with more hot weather in the coming days.
Parked electric cars earn $1,530 feeding power grids in Europe
Electric car owners are earning as much as $1,530 a year just by parking their vehicle and feeding excess power back into the grid.
Climate change is shifting when Europe’s rivers flood
Across Europe, rivers aren’t flooding when they used to.
Strong euro worries Europe's exporters
Some European exporters are beginning to worry about the strengthening euro which has rebounded from near parity with the dollar after Donald Trump's election, though analysts see little immediate risk to growth.
Extreme weather 'could kill up to 100,000 a year' in Europe
Extreme weather could kill up to 152,000 people each year in Europe by 2100 if nothing is done to curb the effects of climate change, scientists said.
European oil giants can facilitate Iran investment
The presence of oil giants such as Total and Shell in Iran can help facilitate investment in the country, an Iranian expert said.
US, Europe cannot tolerate Iran’s advances: Commander
Iran's chief Armed Forces spokesman says the United States and its European allies oppose the country’s successful test of a satellite carrier, because they cannot tolerate the Islamic Republic’s great advances.
Allies follow suit day after US kicked up a fuss about Iran space launch
Three European allies of the US have engaged in rhetoric against Iran after the country successfully tested a satellite-launch rocket, urging Tehran to halt all its missile activities.
New US sanctions on Russia worries Brussels
The European Union has expressed deep concern about a draft law of sanctions against Russia being debated in the US Congress, saying if it passes through, it could seriously affect the critical flow of energy from Russia to Europe.

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