Iran nears first big Western energy deal since sanctions
Iran is on the brink of clinching billions of dollars of Western investment in its oil and gas industry, the first since sanctions were lifted earlier this year. Total, a French energy company with a long history in Iran, said a deal could happen ...
Iran to Sign $6 Billion Gas-Field Deal With Total, CNPC
A Western oil giant looks set to return to Iran and its huge gas fields
Total and CNPC set to sign Iranian gas deal
Exclusive: Iran's Airbus jet purchase gets boost from lease finance ...
Iran has reached a deal with a foreign leasing company to finance the first 17 jets it plans to buy from Airbus (AIR.PA), breaking a logjam in efforts to import ...
Iran reaches lease financing deal for part of Airbus jet order: sources
US charges Turkish gold trader's brother in Iran sanctions case
Mohammad Zarrab, a dual citizen of Turkey and Iran, was charged in an indictment filed in Manhattan federal court, two months before his brother Reza Zarrab was set to face trial following his arrest earlier this year. The new indictment added new ...
Oil-rich Iran shrugs off consequences of the U.S. presidential race ...
While its energy ties to the rest of the world could be impacted, an aide to Iran's ruling cleric said major U.S. presidential candidates are equally hostile.
Iran's Airbus Jet Purchase Gets Boost From Lease Finance Deal
Iran Threatens US Ahead Of Election Day While Kerry Is Promoting Trade With Islamic Republic
Iran News Round Up - November 7, 2016
Iran's foreign minister is first to meet Lebanon's new president
BEIRUT Iran's Mohammad Javad Zarif on Monday became the first foreign minister to meet Lebanon's new president, underscoring Tehran's struggle with its regional arch-rival Saudi Arabia for influence in Beirut. He met Michel Aoun, a Christian leader who ...
Iran Seeks Deeper Ties With Lebanon's New Hizballah-Backed Leader
Lebanese President Receives Iranian Foreign Minister
Iran's Zarif Visits Aoun: Electing President “Victory for All Lebanese”
The rise of nationalist fervour in Iran
Middle East Eye
Videos and pictures of the gathering dominated Iran's cyberspace. Videos showed participants chanting, “Iran is our country, Cyrus is our father.” Others chanted against the ruling system, with some expressing support for the Pahlavi dynasty that ruled ...
Controversy flares over opening of EU office in Iran
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Majid Takht-Ravanchi announced that the legal process for opening a European Union office in Tehran remains ongoing, but his own ministry's spokesman denied the report. In a Nov. 6 interview with the Iranian Labor News ...
Next US president must live up to JCPOA commitments: Iran
Iran stands for facilitation of visa-regime with Azerbaijan
No Immediate Prospect for EU Office in Iran: Spokesman
Washington Free Beacon
Clinton Camp Planned Pro-Iran 'Echo Chamber' Push
Washington Free Beacon
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton drafted plans to aggressively campaign on the comprehensive nuclear deal with Iran after it was announced last summer, but quietly abandoned the tactic as the deal grew more unpopular among the ...
GOP Candidates Bash Iran Deal While Democrats Hide From It
How Iran's auto industry became the new domestic political football
TEHRAN, Iran — Iranian hard-liners have launched a new attack on the administration of President Hassan Rouhani, this time focusing on the country's automotive industry. At an Oct. 25 parliamentary hearing, the Industries and Mines Committee grilled ...
US presidents all alike, Iran expects no change: Senior official
A senior Iranian official says the Islamic Republic expects to see no change in the behavior of the United States toward Iran with the coming and going of different American presidents. “We have witnessed Reagan, Bush, Clinton, and Obama presidencies,” ...
Iran's Velayati Decries Advocates of Syria Talks with US