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“Trump Trying to Save Saudi Economy by Stopping Iran’s Oil Exports”

An Arab news website says the US President’s bid to halt Iran’s oil exports are mainly aimed at salvaging Saudi Arabia’s sluggish economy.

Watching FIFA World Cup Match Only Result of Netanyahu’s Moscow Visit

A London-based pan-Arab paper says Israeli Prime Minster Benjamin Netanyahu who visited Moscow for talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin left the country with empty hands.

“Even Democrats’ Win in Congress Won’t Settle US Issues with Iran”

A political analyst says the Democrats are likely to emerge victorious in the upcoming election of the US Congress, but even so, Iran will have the same problems with the Democrats as with the Republicans.

“Iran Must Form Consortium with Russia, China, India to Resist US Sanctions”

Conservative newspaper Kayhan has called on the Iranian government to stop relying on the West and form a consortium with Russia, India and China as an alternative to cope with the West’s economic pressure.

“Mr Rouhani! Don’t Let Europe Kill Time”

A conservative newspaper has called on Iranian President Hassan Rouhani not to allow Europe to drag its feet on the Iran nuclear deal.
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“West’s Support for MKO Discredits FATF’s Definition of Terrorism”

The support offered by western governments to the Mujahedin Khalq Organization, as demonstrated in the annual meeting of the group last Saturday, discredits the definition of terrorism offered by the G7-created Financial Action Task Force.

“US’ Unilateralism Could Trigger World War III”

A top Iranian official says the Trump administration’s unilateralism could push the world towards a third World War.

US’ Support for MKO Cult Shows American Lives Don’t Matter

A senior human rights activist says the US’ support for the anti-Iran MKO terrorist group comes despite the fact that the cult has assassinated thousands of innocent people, including American citizens, and never apologized for that.

“Iran Source of Serious Rift between US, Europe”

A political analyst says Iran and Europe are taking an important test at a time when US policies on the Iran nuclear deal have created a deep rift between Washington and European countries.

“Turkey Faced with Threat of Losing Trust of Iran, Russia”

Turkish leaders ought to be careful not to allow their highly pragmatic foreign policy to damage the trust other countries have in Ankara, as they need the cooperation of regional states in dealing with huge challenges facing them.

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