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The US sanctions have already damaged Iran's currency, the rial, as oil is Iran's main source of income. The Iranian currency has declined more than two third of its value since May.

New Delhi: India and seven other countries will get benefited from US temporary waiver to buy Iranian oil. India being a major importer of Iranian oil, second after China, has started working on such arrangements which can benefit India in trade with Iran. Some major arrangements have been made for the payment which include rupee being the trading currency between …

Tehran (Iran): At least 24 people lost their lives and more than 50 were critically injured including a child and a woman on a military parade in Iran’s Khuzestan province on Saturday. The parade was part of nationwide celebrations in Iran to mark the 30th anniversary since the end of the eight-year war with Iraq that …

Mumbai: Afghanistan on Saturday invited Indian businesses to invest in its agriculture sector, promising to roll out great opportunities in the fields of manufacturing, processing, packaging and marketing of farm products. Afghanistan’s Deputy Minister for Agriculture Naseer Ahmed Durrani said that the country’s farm production and exports were growing and urged Indian businesses to explore investment …

Islamabad: Pakistan on Friday expressed its support to Iran on the international nuclear deal related to the Iranian nuclear issue during talks between foreign ministers of the two countries, the Foreign Ministry said. Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, who arrived in Pakistan on Thursday on a two-day visit, held detailed talks with Pakistan Foreign Minister …

Baghdad: Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has said Iraq will abide by the US sanctions on Iran for the sake of protecting Iraq’s interest. Abadi told a press conference on Tuesday that Iraq, however, in principle is against such “unjust” sanctions, Xinhua news agency reported. “It is a matter of principle that we are against blockade …

San Francisco: US President Donald Trump is unlikely to get the boot from Twitter even after threatening Iran with dire consequences as the micro-blogging site sees the world leaders with a different lens. Here is why Twitter not ban Trump even after threatening Iran. In a tweet on late Sunday, President Trump warned his Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani …