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bahram qassemi

‘EU Hasn’t Imposed New Iran Bans in 3 Years’

Iran has dismissed the ‘imprecise’ reports that the European Union has imposed new sanctions on the country, saying the body has not slapped any new bans on Iran within the past three years.
Iran air

Number of flights to European capitals to rise: Iranian official

A French delegation will come to Iran soon to discuss the number of direct flights between Tehran and Paris, said the deputy head of Iran's Civil Aviation Organization.
Iran Not to Exhibit Its Unseen Artworks in Europe

Iran Not to Exhibit Its Unseen Artworks in Europe

Displaying the art pieces of Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art Museum (TMOCA) outside Iran is not on the agenda of Iran’s Culture and Islamic Guidance Ministry, the minister declared.
Le-tunnel

World’s Longest Tunnel Opens Deep beneath Swiss Alps

Seventeen years after construction crews started boring beneath the Swiss Alps, the world's longest, deepest tunnel is officially opening on Wednesday June 1.
South Pars gas

US Losing Iran’s Energy Market to European Firms

While the French oil giant Total just signed a huge gas deal with Iran, American companies are deprived of Iran’s lucrative oil and gas market due to the restrictions imposed by the US administration.
BREXIT

Brexit Widely Covered by Iranian Newspapers on Saturday

IFP has prepared a report on how Iranian newspapers covered Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union, commonly referred to as Brexit, on their Saturday headlines and editorials.

Ambassador: France Resolved to Fulfill JCPOA Commitments

France's new Ambassador to Iran, François Sénémaud, in a May 1 meeting with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif underlined his country's resolve to fulfill its commitments under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), also known as the nuclear deal.
american tourist

Europe Votes to End Visa-Free Travel for Americas

The European Parliament (EP) has voted to end visa-free travel for Americans within the EU.
Jean-Marc Ayrault

France to Double Number of Visas Issued for Iranians: FM

During his ongoing visit to Tehran, French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault declared his country will double the visas available for Iranians in 2017, in what appears to be a response to US President Donald Trump's controversial travel ban which has targeted several Muslim countries including Iran.
British PM Refuses to Wear Headscarf in Riyadh Visit

British PM Refuses to Wear Headscarf in Riyadh Visit

British Prime Minister Theresa May has defied Saudi Arabia’s strict custom and refused to wear a headscarf for her first meeting with the Arab country’s ruling elite.

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