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Monthly Archives: October 2018

Dimmer Projections Of Oil Revenue Put Iran In A Bind

Radiofarda – Oil market prospects look dim for Iran as the US sanctions to be implemented in November are planned to target the government’s lifeline, namely the country’s oil export, and the international banking operations vital for repatriating oil revenues.

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Twelve-Year-Old Son of Late Azerbaijani Activist Arrested

Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA) – Araz Amani, the 12-year-old son of a renowned Azerbaijani activist who died under suspicious circumstances 10 years ago, was arrested on October 24th before his father’s commemoration service. Araz’s cousin on his father’s side, Amir Amani, was detained along with him.

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Zarif acknowledges impact of US sanctions on Iran’s economy

Al-Arabia – Just days before the start of a second round of US sanctions on Iran’s oil sector, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif confessed the sanctions would affect his country economically, but would not change Tehran’s policies, warning Washington of the futility such actions.

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