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Iran moves to stamp out corruption opportunities in customs

Al-Monitor – Government officials and investors all agree that Iran needs to improve its business climate to attract the needed investment for job creation. One of the phenomena that can help ease the process of doing business is the country’s customs organization. 

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Iran placed in tough group in 2018 World Cup

PayvandNews – Iran national football team, known as Team Melli, have been drawn in Group B of the 2018 World Cup. Carlos Queiroz’s team will play powerhouse Spain, Portugal and Morocco in Russia.

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Quake hits southeast Iran, destroys homes; no fatalities reported

Reuters – A strong earthquake of magnitude 6.0 struck southeastern Iran on Friday, injuring at least 42 people and destroying several homes in an area where most people live in villages of mud-walled homes. State media said no deaths had been reported. People are seen standing in the courtyard for safety after earthquake hit Kerman province, Iran, in this still …

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Iranian Envoy Says U.S. Won’t Succeed In Pushing Iran Out Of Syria

RFL/RE – Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says U.S. efforts to push Iranian military advisers and fighters out of Syria as part of a deal to end the war-torn country’s six-year civil war will not succeed. “The aim of the U.S. administration is to get Iran out of Syria,” Zarif said on November 30 at a conference in Rome. …

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Fit To Be Tied: Thai Coach ‘Upset’ He Had To Wear Head Scarf At Iranian Tournament

RFL/RE – In Iran, it’s more often women disguising themselves as men to sneak into sporting events, where they are banned. But in a reversal of sorts, the male coach of the Thai women’s national kabaddi team wore a head scarf to the Asian Kabaddi Championship in the Iranian city of Horgan on November 26 to evade a ban on …

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