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Iran gives Venezuela $500 million credit line

Among the agreements, there are plans for joint production of commodity goods, including detergents and other hygiene materials in Venezuela.
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Iran urges dialogue to resolve Yemen crisis

Iran supports UN efforts to dispatch humanitarian aid and organize real negotiations between Yemeni groups, the deputy foreign minister said.
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Twenty reasons why Iran does not trust the US

A former Iranian nuclear negotiator says that the United States is the number-one threat to Iran’s national security, setting out 20 reasons why Tehran cannot trust Washington.
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Iranian people are nice and hospitable: US coach

My first impression is that everyone here has been incredibly hospitable. Everyone has been very nice, US volleyball coach John Speraw said.
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Iran, Pakistan launch joint fiber optic project

The network is aimed at expanding the bandwidth of Pakistan and international information transit.
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Seattle can help America and Iran learn to build trust

An American daily has said Seattle and Isfahan can develop a sister-city relationship to help the US and Iran build trust after decades of hostility and distrust.
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Iraqi Kurdistan calls on Iran to mediate between Baghdad and Erbil

The Iraqi Kurdistan regional administration official said that solving issues with Baghdad is a top priority of Erbil.
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MEP: We have come to Tehran to guarantee promises

Richard Howitt, a Member of the European Parliament, has said that the EP will open its Tehran office in 2016 after the conclusion of a nuclear deal between Iran and P5+1.
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The chance for failure of nuclear talks is low: Mousavian

The chance for failure is low, Mousavian, currently a research scholar at Princeton University, said.
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Iran FM says battle against violence must be within international law

Zarif lashed out at countries which employ double standards with regard to violence, including the crises in Syria and Yemen.

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