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European firms to boost investments in Iran: Minister
Energy Minister Reza Ardekanian said here Saturday night that a conference on investments by European small and medium-sized firms in Iran would be held in autumn this year as the first step towards developing Iran-Europe trade ties.
European firms jump the gun on Iran sanctions
Global companies have begun to take stock of how President Donald Trump's decision to exit the 2015 nuclear deal with Tehran is going to affect overall business with Iran.
European businesses most affected by US sanctions on Iran
Trump’s withdrawal from JCPOA deepens US isolation
A third of European cities still don’t care about climate change
Nearly 75 percent of Europeans live in cities, and they emit about the same proportion of the continent’s greenhouse gases. And, yet, more than a third of the cities don’t have a plan to cut emissions and mitigate climate change, according to a new study.
European, Iranian diplomats to meet in Rome on Thursday
Representatives of four European countries will hold talks with Iran's representatives in Italy on Thursday.
European nations responsible for aiding US drone strikes: Amnesty
Amnesty International has warned that the European countries assisting the United States with its lethal drone program could be held accountable for the unlawful and indiscriminate massacre it perpetrated.
500 European MPs urge US not to scrap Iran nuclear deal
More than 500 parliamentarians from France, Germany and the UK have written to their US counterparts urging them to persuade Donald Trump not to abandon the Iran nuclear deal.
Hundreds of European lawmakers urge US Congress to preserve JCPOA
Over 500 parliamentarians from the three European signatories to the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran have called on US Congress to support the accord amid threats by US President Donald Trump to scrap it.
European markets seen higher;  Deutsche Bank chooses new CEO
European equities are expected to open higher on Monday morning, continuing the somewhat positive sentiment seen in Asia.
German police detain ex-Catalan leader Puigdemont on European arrest warrant
German police on Sunday arrested Catalonia's former president Carles Puigdemont as he crossed over by car from Denmark.
'Kasco' coveting Asian, European awards
Iranian short film 'Kasco', directed by Mojtaba Qasemi, will be screened in international film festivals in Bangladesh and Italy.
EU prepared for trade war with US if European imports are restricted
A senior official in the European Union has warned that the 28-nation bloc will retaliate if US President Donald Trump takes trade measures to restrict European imports into the US.
Brexit: UK plans to soften impact on European banks
The Bank of England is to unveil plans allowing European banks to operate in the UK as normal post-Brexit.
European cultural heritage to be celebrated with campaign
Thousands of initiatives and celebrations are set to begin across Europe to raise awareness of the diversity of European history and culture.
Europeans eager to push ahead with Iran projects
European companies are interested in pushing ahead with Iran contracts despite the decertification of the landmark Iran nuclear deal by US President Donald Trump.

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