Tuesday , 4 August 2020

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Iranians Protest Killing Of Kurdish Porters By Border Guards

Radiofarda – Iranian social media users pushed the hashtag created in support of Kurdish tansborder porters (kolbar) to the top of trending hashtags in Persian on Sunday. During the so-called “Twitterstorm” Sunday evening tweets with the hashtag “Don’t Kill Kolbars” were retweeted more than 100,000. The Twitter storm or protest by hashtags was spurred by several new reports about the …

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Iranians voice dismay after Iran opens supermarket in Venezuela

Al-Arabia – The opening of an Iranian supermarket in Venezuela has drawn criticism from Iranians online who say Tehran should prioritize providing for its people at home, according to reactions on social media. https://vid.alarabiya.net/2020/08/01/iranvenez4dea405e/iranvenez4dea405e___iranvenez4dea405e_video.mp4 An Iranian supermarket named Megasis opened its doors to Venezuelans in the capital Caracas on Wednesday. For all the latest headlines follow our Google News channel …

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Strikes In Iran’s Oil Sector Continue And Expand To Other Industries

Radiofarda – Workers in various industrial sectors in Iran, including oil, gas and petrochemical industries, continued their strikes on Sunday and Monday, amid worsening economic condition and high inflation. According to reports published on social networks and unofficial trade unions, the workers at several refineries and petrochemical companies in the provinces of Khuzestan, Bushehr, Hormozgan, and Fars entered their second …

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Iran And South Korea Agree On More Humanitarian Trade

Radiofarda – South Korea and the Islamic Republic of Iran have agreed to establish a working group on expanding humanitarian trade as part of efforts to maintain bilateral partnership within the scope of a U.S.-approved sanctions exemption, a South Korean source close to the matter said Sunday, August 2. Seoul says it is seeking to expand humanitarian exports to Iran, …

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Pompeo Says Iran Sanctions To Be Applied To China If $400 Billion Trade Deal Signed

Radiofarda – Referring to a $400 billion 25-year trade deal between Iran and China U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on August 2 said the United States will apply all Iran sanctions also to the “Chinese Communist Party and their businesses and state-owned enterprises”. The comments on the Iran-China deal were made during an interview with the Sunday Morning Futures program …

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