Iran says overthrow of Egypt president improper
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran's Foreign Ministry on Sunday criticized the Egyptian military's toppling of the nation's Islamist president, calling the move improper in its first official reaction. "We do not consider proper the intervention by military ...
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Los Angeles Times
TEHRAN — Saman, 26, is enjoying what he calls the "break," the two-month transition before the president-elect assumes power, a period usually marked by the temporary easing of social restrictions in Iran as the nation's next political leader readies ...
Iran's Ayatollahs Blame Morsi's 'Pro-Israeli, Pro-US' Stance For Egypt Crisis
"Islamic Awakening" was the Iranian establishment's term of choice for the popular uprisings in the Middle East and North Africa that began in late 2010. Tehran described the unrest as a sign of the defeat of U.S. influence and of people's desire to ...
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Iran cuts value of local currency in half for most importers, in bid to lure ...
TEHRAN, Iran – Iran's central bank is allowing most importers to buy local currency at half the former official price as part of attempts to attract investors to an economy battered by Western sanctions. The effective devaluation of the Iranian rial ...
Iran offers special exchange rate to lure commerce
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Iran devalues rial rate by more than half
IRAN: Land of Insecurity
In the spring of 1946, a little man named Hussein Ala, envoy from Iran, stood before the U.N. Security Council and unflinchingly insisted that the Russian army get out of his country. Sullenly, the Red army withdrew. The Communist puppet government of ...
Iran says Egyptian military intervention that toppled President Mohammed Morsi ...
TEHRAN, Iran – Iran, in its first official reaction to the toppling of Egypt's democratically elected president by the military, is calling the move "improper." A Sunday report by official IRNA news agency quotes foreign ministry spokesman Abbas ...
Iran to up electricity exports to Iraq
“At present, nearly 1,300 megawatts of electricity is exported to Iraq and it is forecast that nearly 150 megawatts will be added to the volume of Iran's electricity exports to this neighboring country,” Ali Saeedlou said Sunday. Saeedlou, who is the ...
Iran: A crossroads nation full of history, beautiful scenery
Some of the oldest cities in the world are in Iran, still in use, with architecture and living styles that don't seem to have changed for centuries. Another reason is Iran's fantastic scenery: snow-capped mountains, the lush Caspian coast, the starkly ...
Iran firm sees $300mn growth in annual investment
At the beginning of 2012, the United States and the European Union imposed new sanctions on Iran's oil and financial sectors with the goal of preventing other countries from purchasing Iranian oil and conducting transactions with the Central Bank of Iran.
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