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Why Iran’s service startups scream for workers despite jobs crisis

Al-Monitor – To address the shortage of jobs in the country, Iran’s government has banked on the thriving technology sector. Yet, despite the alarming unemployment rate, fledgling service sector startups have difficulties with hiring unskilled workers. In this regard, traditional mentalities and new working conditions should be blamed.

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Iran’s national optical fiber network to expand by 20% to 84,000 kilometers

PayvandNews — The Telecommunication Infrastructure Company will expand the national optical fiber network by 14,000 kilometers to 84,000 kilometers by the next two months, the company’s managing director Sadeq Abbasi Shahkouh said, Mehr reported on Friday.

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The Fate Of Khamenei’s Twitter Account Remains Uncertain

Radiofarda – Although some reports say Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei’s Twitter account has deleted an offending post which led to its “temporary suspension” by Twitter on Friday, others say it is “read only” mode.

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Police In Tehran Fire In The Air To Disperse Protests Against Hijab Enforcement

Radiofarda – The Iranian government’s official news agency (IRNA) has confirmed reports that police in a working-class neighborhood of Tehran fired shots in the air Friday February 15 evening after residents had a clash with morality enforcement agents.

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Iranian FM says European efforts for trade fall short

Al-Arabia – Iran’s foreign minister said on Sunday that a European mechanism to trade with Tehran fell short and that France, Britain and Germany needed to do more to show their commitment to the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran.

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