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Saudi dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who was killed on October 2 in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, might have lost his life for disclosing Riyadh’s funding of an anti-Iran6 UK-based TV channel, the British daily Guardian suggests.
British and Norwegian top diplomats, in separate phone conversations with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif have discussed the latest developments in bilateral relations and the Iran nuclear deal.
Iran’s envoy to the United Kingdom says the Islamic Republic is ready to provide legal help for Iranian journalists seeking to leave a Saudi-funded anti-Iran channel operating in London after they announced they have been warned against doing so.
Iran’s ambassador to the United Kingdom has, in a tweet, taken a jab at his American counterpart for his efforts to dissuade British companies from doing business with Tehran.
The British ambassador to Iran says the special mechanism the EU is working to create to facilitate trade with Iran can also be used by other countries, protecting Iran from efforts by the US to hamper its Asia and Europe trade.
The US administration has beaten its first retreat on planned sanctions against Iran, allowing a gasfield partly owned by the Islamic Republic in the North Sea to keep operating.
Dozens of Iranian manuscripts and historical object are going to be put up for auction in an exhibition in London later this month.
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani says the most important issue in Tehran-Europe relations today is joint efforts to consolidate and implement the Iran nuclear deal.
The Iranian embassy in London has filed a lawsuit against the London-based TV channel Iran International at the UK’s communications regulator Ofcom over the channel’s support for a terrorist group involved in the Saturday attack on a military parade in Iran’s Ahvaz.