IRAN


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IRANInspect, Repair As Necessary
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The greatest Russian chicanery toward Iran was, of course in regard to Iran's nuclear dossier.
The usual way: demonizing Iran by lies, exaggerations, half-truths, innuendoes and insinuations.
Iran is believed to have suffered a loss of about $26 billion in oil revenue in 2012 from a total of $95 billion in 2011.
Iran and the P5+1 group, namely Britain, China, France, Russia and the United States plus Germany, clinched an interim deal last November, in which Iran agreed to cap its nuclear program in exchange for easing some financial sanctions against it.
ISNA quoted Straw as saying he plans to travel Iran soon with the aim of improving ties between London and Tehran.
The political leader said messages of facilitations to President-elect of the Islamic Republic of Iran from the world show that Iran is a powerful state and different countries are interested in having strong relations with Iran.
Comparing our most recent findings to the data from our earlier surveys in the region reveals important and dramatic changes in Arab and Muslim attitudes toward Iran.
Section 504 of the TRA amends existing sanctions in the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012 (ND) that target the Central Bank of Iran, designated Iranian financial institutions and Iran s energy sector.
On Tuesday, Iran's Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast said Ayatollah Khamenei's fatwa is binding for Iran, adding, "There is nothing more important in defining the framework for our nuclear activities than the Leader's fatwa.
Since 2007, Iran has seized roughly one-third of all heroin seized in the world, and more recently Iran's heroin seizures make up almost half of the heroin seized in the world.
Reportedly Turkish companies have started sending petroleum to Iran or opening up ports to do trade with Iran instead of Dubai.
The paper said that the joint document has two sections, the first of which focuses on the possibilities and likelihood of Iran obtaining nuclear weapons and its consequences, and the second is concerned with strategies to confront the threats of a nuclear Iran.