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Montreal Iranian man sues TD Bank over closed accounts
A Montreal man is suing TD Bank because it closed all of his accounts five years ago, arguing the bank discriminated against him because he is Iranian.
New missile-launching warship joins Iranian naval fleet
A new domestically built missile-launching warship has formally joined Iran’s naval fleet, with the Iranian defense chief describing the vessel as the “symbol of peace at sea.”
Iranian president hails Afghanistan’s vigilance against divisive plots
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has called for efforts to restore calm to neighboring Afghanistan, hailing the Kabul government’s vigilance against divisive enemy plots in the region.
Iranian teenage musicians to perform in Denmark
A group of Iranian teenage musicians will perform at a music festival in Denmark later this month.
Iranian students bag Peace and Cooperation School Award
Iranian students received United Nations Peace and Cooperation School Award.
Iranian-led OSU team designs nextgen 'hovering' antennas
An Ohio State University’s research team — led by Iranian researcher Nima Qalichehchian — is designing hovering antennas that could boost cellphone signals and beam images straight to televisions.
Iranian pair clinches gold medal in WDF World Cup 2017
Female Iranian darts players have exhibited fantastic displays of precision at the Word Darts Federation (WDF) World Cup 2017 in Japan, and secured the Islamic Republic’s first-ever gold medal at the international sports event.
Iranian MP hails French push to save JCPOA
An Iranian lawmaker commended French President Emmanuel Macron for stressing the need to protect the nuclear deal, also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), signed between Iran and the 5+1 Group (US, UK, France, Russia, China, plus Germany).
For Iranian farmers, 'red gold' barely worth a copper
Iran's position as the lead supplier of the world's most expensive spice is being undercut by fraudulent business under which genuine saffron from the country is adulterated and resold to the high-end global market.
Iranian caviar eyeing a comeback in the US
Nasser Meshkin Azarian took a careful nibble, letting the salty, grainy texture roll across his tongue. He smiled and washed it down with a sip of cool water.
Iranian worshipers rally in protest at crackdown on Rohingya
Iranian worshipers have staged rallies in Tehran and many other cities to express their outrage at the ongoing brutal violence against the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar.

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