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US sanctions on Iran will harm companies in Italy: Official
US sanctions on Iran will harm companies in Italy and other countries in Europe, said the export director of an Italian steel and iron equipment company.
Iran bans livestock exports
Iran's deputy agriculture minister for livestock affairs said the Agriculture Ministry has banned the export of livestock in a bid to balance the market.
Iran's oil exports not disrupted as new US sanctions loom
Impending new US sanctions have so far not undermined the flow of oil to international markets, said an Iranian official.
Iran gas condensates exports up after US JCPOA withdrawal
Gas condensates exports from South Pars Gas Field experienced a 149-percent growth after US exit from Iran nuclear deal also known as Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
Iranian trade delegation to visit South Africa in mid-June
An Iranian trade delegation comprised of private sector representatives will travel to South Africa in mid-June to explore business opportunities.
Iran's two-month foreign trade tops $14b
Iran's foreign trade reached $14.53 billion in the two months from March 21 to May 21.
Greek official: Iran's mosaic culture is unique
Iran's mosaic culture enjoys unique features and capabilities, said a Greek cultural figure.
Top official: Iran to continue role in Syria, missile program
Secretary of the Supreme National Security Council Ali Shamkhani said Iran’s presence in Syria, its regional policies and missile program will continue and are non-negotiable.
Iran Deal barometer for EU to exercise independence of action
The Iran nuclear deal is a barometer for the European Union to measure how it can act independently in the face of the extraterritorial laws imposed by the United States, said an expert on international issues
Result of US withdrawal from Iran Deal 'messy': US Prof.
The US withdrawal from the JCPOA is likely to be messy, if not unstable, with Europe doing quite a bit to maintain economic relations and Iran breaking some parts of the nuclear deal but abiding by most of it, at least for a while, said Professor of International Affairs at Columbia University Robert Jervis.
Top official: Iran to maintain role in Syria, support resistance
Iran's top security official says the country will maintain its advisory role in Syria and continue support for resistance groups after the US demanded that Tehran put a halt to those activities.
Light tremor jolts SW Iran
An earthquake measuring 4.1 on the Richter scale jolted Mianroud in southwestern Province of Khuzestan on Sunday.
Iran president hails 'successful, fair' election in Venezuela
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has commended the recent "successful, peaceful and sound" presidential election in Venezuela, saying it was a "great victory" for the Latin American government and nation.
Iran slams Pompeo's claim on enrichment right
Iran has slammed as unacceptable US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's latest remarks about the Islamic Republic's right to uranium enrichment, advising him to carefully study the case once again.

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