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Iran Able to Supply Venezuela With Needed Goods 06 Jul 2020

Iran Able to Supply Venezuela With Needed Goods

Director General for Europe-U.S. Office of Iran's Trade Promotion Organization of Iran Behrouz Olfat says Iran can provide Venezuela with its needed goods and it depends on settling the payment which has been rather resolved.

Tehran-Beijing Cooperation Plan in Interests of Both States 30 Jun 2020

Tehran-Beijing Cooperation Plan in Interests of Both States

Foreign Ministry spokesman denied speculations about a 25-year plan for cooperation between Iran and China, saying the document has different dimensions on political and especially economic cooperation, and it is in the interests of both countries.

Europe Reopening Borders but to Europeans 14 Jun 2020

Europe Reopening Borders but to Europeans

Europe is taking a big step toward new normality as many countries open borders to fellow Europeans after three months of coronavirus lockdowns.

Europe should keep silent forever if it remains quiet on US brutality 02 Jun 2020

Europe should keep silent forever if it remains quiet on US brutality

In a tweet on Wednesday, Iranian FM Mohammad Javad Zarif said that if Europe wants to keep its lips sealed regarding US brutality against protesters, it should always keep them that way.

U.S. Collapse Is Serious 26 May 2020

U.S. Collapse Is Serious

Recent news and reports about the chaos in the political and financial structures of the U.S., which are heard in the world

Trump Restricts Entry From Brazil as Virus Cases Spike There 25 May 2020

Trump Restricts Entry From Brazil as Virus Cases Spike There

The US will prohibit the entry of most non-US citizens arriving from Brazil, where coronavirus cases have spiked to the second highest in the world, expanding restrictions already placed on visitors from China and Europe.

Europe easing lockdown, as coronavirus mounts in South America, Africa 19 May 2020

Europe easing lockdown, as coronavirus mounts in South America, Africa

Major landmarks including Vatican’s Saint Peter's Basilica and the Acropolis in Athens reopened Monday as Europe accelerated its lockdown easing, but mounting coronavirus infections in Brazil, India, and South Africa showed the worst is still to come in many countries.

U.S. China Preparing for Divorce 17 May 2020

U.S. China Preparing for Divorce

U.S. President Donald Trump has recently launched an interesting threat when he warned China of cutting off

Europe Relaxing Virus Restrictions but Cases Flare Elsewhere 15 May 2020

Europe Relaxing Virus Restrictions but Cases Flare Elsewhere

Germany and several other European countries where the coronavirus spread has slowed were moving ahead Friday with relaxing border restrictions, while flare-ups in Mexico and elsewhere served as a reminder the pandemic is far from over.

Asian shares up with easing lockdowns 11 May 2020

Asian shares up with easing lockdowns

Asian shares followed Wall Street higher on Monday as investors looked ahead to more countries restarting their economies.