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France’s Support for MKO Terrorists Sends Unfriendly Message to Iran

A top Iranian official criticized France for its support for the anti-Iran terrorist Mojahedin Khalq Organization (MKO), stressing the need to fight any type of terrorism with full force.
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.
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Iran’s Tejarat Bank Files Lawsuit against EU for Losses Incurred during Sanctions

Tejarat Bank has filed a lawsuit at the European Court of Justice (ECJ), seeking compensation for the losses it incurred during the sanctions that targeted Iran's nuclear program, the bank's CEO said on Saturday.
Milk producers spray powdered milk to protest against dairy market overcapacity in Brussels

EU Summit Centre in Brussels Covered with Milk Powder

In a move to protest against dairy market overcapacity, dairy farmers sprayed a tonne of milk powder onto a building used by EU leaders for summits in Brussels on Monday.
Italy-Bus

7 Teenagers Dead, Dozens Rushed to Hospital after Italy Bus Crash

At least seven teenagers have lost their lives when a Hungarian bus crashed on a motorway in northern Italy, Italian media reported on Saturday.
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Six Arrested after Attack on Iran’s Embassy in Denmark

Danish police have arrested six people who had earlier scaled the walls of the Iranian Embassy in Copenhagen, in an attack that elicited a strong protest from Tehran.
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Ayatollah Khamenei Urges Muslim Students in Europe to Promote Islam

Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has urged Muslim students in Europe to make an impact on their surroundings and promote Islam.
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Swedish PM to Visit Tehran in February

Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven plans to visit Tehran on February 11-12 to discuss ways of bolstering trade relations and cooperation as well as the developments in the Middle East, particularly in Syria.
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Child Refugees at Risk of Freezing to Death on Europe’s Doorstep

Hundreds of child refugees in various European countries, particularly Serbia, risk freezing to death as temperatures plunge to as low as minus -16C.
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5-Month-Old Baby Shows How Ridiculous Are Spanish Laws!

A Moroccan baby was denied the permission to live in Spain because, according to local officials, she hadn’t applied for it in person!

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