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Monthly Archives: November 2018

Identity of Leila Tajik’s co-Defendant Confirmed

Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA)- HRANA has identified Leila Tajik’s co-defendant and former spouse — sentenced to death on espionage charges, per a HRANA report dated October 11, 2018 — as Seyed Jamal Hajizavar, 47, a former staff member on the IRGC Aerospace Force.

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Iran’s plan to sell oil on local energy exchange could boost economy

Al-Monitor – US secondary sanctions to limit Iran’s oil and petroleum products exports went into effect Nov. 5. However, the threat of sanctions had already reduced the actual volume of exports in the past months to an extent that Iran’s crude oil and gas liquids exports had fallen from their peak of 2.7 million barrels per day (mbpd) in May to …

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The Future Of Iran’s Oil And Gas Sector

PayvandNews – At first glance, it seems that rising oil prices (33 percent growth in 2018) and low production costs can still generate petrodollars for Iran, even though its exports have declined by 40 percent to around 1.5 million barrels per day (mb/d) since the U.S. withdrew from the nuclear deal and announced the reimposition of sanctions in May.

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How Does U.S. Find Out About Iranian ‘Guerrillas In Suits’

Radiofarda – Iranian parliament speaker Ali Larijani once called on Iranian diplomats to be “guerrillas in suits”. He borrowed this expression from a former U.S. official and currently a research scholar Richard Nephew, who was involved in developing the first round of U.S. sanctions on Iran in early 2010’s.

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