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Report: Iran Transfers Excess Heavy Water To Oman

RFL/RE – An Iranian nuclear official says the country has transferred stocks of so-called heavy water to Oman. A report by the International Atomic Energy Agency last week showed that Iran’s stocks of heavy water — a key component in nuclear reactors — had reached above the 130-ton level set out in the nuclear deal signed by Tehran and world …

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Iran: OPEC Deal To Cut Oil Production ‘Highly Likely’

RFL/RE – Iran’s Oil Minister Bijan Zanganeh says it is “highly likely” that oil producers will reach an agreement to cut production and boost flagging prices later this month. The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) is meeting on November 30 in Vienna to finalize a deal to rein in production. “There is a high possibility of OPEC’s petroleum and …

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Iran appoints new chief for army’s ground forces

Al-arabia – The website of Iran’s Supreme Leader is reporting that he has appointed a new chief for the national army’s ground forces. The Saturday report says Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who has final say on all state matters, has appointed Gen. Kiumars Heidari to the post. The 52-year-old Heidari was formerly the acting commander of the ground forces. He is …

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Potential Secretary of State John Bolton calls for regime change in Iran  – Former US ambassador to the UN, John Bolton, and one of the top contenders for Foreign Secretary in the new Cabinet, called for a regime change in Iran. He has repeatedly urged the overthrow of the existing regime in Tehran. In an interview published by the Huffington Post on Thursday, Bolton said that the US face the challenges …

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US, Iran clash over Tehran’s testing of limit in nuclear deal

alarabiya -The United States and Iran on Thursday clashed openly at the UN atomic watchdog for the first time since they signed a landmark nuclear deal last year, differing over Tehran’s repeated testing of one of the deal’s less strictly defined limits. The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), which is policing the deal, said Iran’s overstepping of the limit on …

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