On the shores of the Caspian Sea, an ambitious project is underway to produce a pricey delicacy that could boost Iran's economy as sanctions ease ... the path will be opened for us to export our products abroad and …
ABC News · ByAli Akbar · 11/24/2015
Caviar Industry
The new names include Ali Musa Daqduq, a senior Hezbollah commander who was placed on a US sanctions blacklist in 2012 for his alleged involvement in a Shia militia raid in Iraq that led to the deaths of five US
The Express Tribune · 16 hours ago
Saudi Arabia
But that would not be the main benefit of an open economy without sanctions. “It is more important for us ... on new contracts for oil investors which insiders say look appealing. But other areas, such as the hotel …
The Economist online · 7 hours ago
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Agriculture Minister Alexander Tkachev said some 20 percent of Russia’s vegetables are imported from Turkey, but the country has a variety of alternatives, including Israel, Iran, Morocco ... NATO member since 1952 …
The Times of Israel · 10 hours ago
WASHINGTON: The United States sanctioned ... in Syria or Iran," he told Russia's Interfax news agency. He told RIA he planned to visit the United States next week to sign a contract to hold the World Chess …
Channel News Asia · 11/25/2015
Syrian government
Neither is NIAC a lobby for the Iranian government ... moving to New York and starting a respectful career at UNICEF. Since then, the family has lived in different countries; Siamak grew up in Somalia, Kenya, Egypt and …
The Huffington Post · 11/25/2015
Siamak Namazi
In addition Iran agreed to reduce its stockpile of uranium and modify a new reactor it is building at Arak. In exchange, the six world powers -- the United States, Russia, China, Britain, France and Germany -- will lift the …
Arutz Sheva · 11/25/2015
nuclear deal
Unimpressed by their “historic” nuclear deal with the United States, and its billions of dollars in sanctions relief ... that some hard-liners in Iran may have hoped its nuclear program would eventually provide,” the New
Breitbart News · 11/25/2015
agreed on lifting Iran’s sanctions on a gradual basis, and subjecting the country to a 90-day monitoring period to see whether the Islamic Republic implements all the necessary conditions. Yet the agreement could be …
Eurasia Review · 1 day ago
Even The New York Times ... about whether Iran can be trusted to fulfill its nuclear commitments.” That’s putting it mildly. While some in the U.S. predicted that the nuclear agreement and moves toward lifting economic sanctions would lead to a ...
Jewish Week · 11/25/2015