New York Times
Iran Hints at Retaliation Over US Use of Seized Assets
New York Times
Iran's foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, center, at the United Nations last week. Mr. Zarif sent a letter to the secretary general of the United Nations in protest against the United States and a court-ordered use of nearly $2 billion in seized ...
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The Art Newspaper reported today that Belgian artist Wim Delvoye is in the process of restoring five mansions in Kashan, a city located in the Iranian desert, in order to open a 2,953 square-foot gallery in one of them. Here, he plans to show his ...
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