Iran’s coverage: Iran approves new petroleum contracts

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Iran body approves new oil deals

An Iranian advisory body has approved the text of the new format of its oil sector contracts after they were put through certain amendments that had earlier been raised by the critics in the country.

Iranian central bank, U.S. Treasury, international banks to meet in London: UK’s Hammond

A meeting will take place in London on Tuesday between the Iranian central bank, the U.S. Treasury and international banks to discuss U.S. sanctions, British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said.


Ban comments on Iran’s missile tests same old greed: Velayati

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon’s comments against Iran missile tests are indicative of a greed for imposing excessive demands on Iran, President of the Center for Strategic Research Ali Akbar Velayati says.


EC Secretary: Iran has documents of S. Arabia’s involvement in MKO crimes

Secretary of Iran’s Expediency Council (EC) Mohsen Rezayee blasted the Saudi officials for supporting the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO, also known as the MEK, PMOI and NCR) terrorist group, and said Tehran is in possession of documents showing Riyadh’s involvement in MKO crimes.

Iran, P5+1 countries to hold meeting in Vienna on July 20

P5+1 countries and Iran will hold a meeting in Vienna on July 20 to on fuel manufacturing in the Islamic Republic, Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araghchi said.


US figures urge more Iran engagement

More than 75 high-profile current and former US political and military personalities have written to US President Barack Obama, advising that he pursue deeper engagement with Iran.


Larijani calls on Iraqi groups to unite against terrorism

Iran’s Parl. speaker in a meeting with Ammar al-Hakim in Tehran called for internal unity among all political, religious and ethnic groups in Iraq in combating terrorism.


IRGC plays down media hype over naval patrol near US warship

Lieutenant commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps Navy played down reports that the IRGC boats in the Strait of Hormuz have maneuvered dangerously close to a US military vessel, saying the patrol boats are always in the region as part of routine operations.


U.S. confirms purchase of Iranian nuke materials for $8.6 million

U.S. and Iranian officials confirmed on Monday that the United States had completed a $8.6 million taxpayer-funded purchase of Iranian nuclear materials, a deal undertaken by the Obama administration to keep Iran in compliance with last summer’s nuclear agreement.


Differences narrowing among Caspian States, Iran’s FM says

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, who is in Kazakhstan for a meeting of the foreign ministers of the Caspian Sea littoral states, said the Caspian countries have reached a consensus on many topics, but noted that a number of issues still remain to be settled.

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