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Iran Arrests Women Protesting against Discriminatory Laws

Radiozamaneh – Efforts by women’s rights activists to stage demonstrations in front of the Ministry of Labour on International Women’s Day was met with violence on March 8. Women’s rights activists report that 80 protesters including some male activists were arrested.

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Questions abound as Iranians claim US Treasury licensing plane sales to Iran

Al-Monitor – Questions have emerged about whether the US Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) has issued new licenses to Canadian plane manufacturer Bombardier Inc. to sell passenger aircraft to Iran. If true, it would be the first such approval since President Donald Trump took office and comes at a time when Tehran is trying to overcome financing …

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Tehran, Moscow set to broaden economic cooperation

PayvandNews – The 14th meeting of Iran-Russian Joint Economic Committee wrapped up on Tuesday with signing a cooperation document by Iranian Finance and Economic Affairs Minister Masoud Karbasian and Russian Economic Development Minister Maxim Oreshkin in Moscow.

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Iran: 11 Haft Tapeh Sugarcane Company Workers Summoned To Intelligence Agency

Iran-HRM – In the wake of the ongoing strike and protests of the workers of the Haft Tappeh Sugarcane Company, a number of workers, including Hassan Alkasir, Amir Alkasir, Majid Amiri, and eight others were summoned to the Shush Intelligence Agency via telephone on Tuesday March 6.

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Iran Dismisses Criticism Of Its Regional Interventions

Radiofarda – Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei says the West should mind its own business in response to concerns raised by U.S. and EU diplomats about Tehran’s involvement in the affairs of neighboring countries.

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