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  1. Russia, Iran to issue 5-year multiple-entry visas - embassyRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Trend

    The diplomatic missions in Russia and Iran may issue multiple-entry visas for up to five years to the citizens on the list of categories envisaged by a memorandum on consular cooperation, Russia's embassy in Iran said Feb. 7, TASS Russian news agency reported. "The embassies of Iran and Russia, and their consulates-general may issue multiple-entry visas for one year for citizens from a group mentioned in the text if the visa recipient earlier obtained a single-entry visa to the accepting country," the press service said.

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  2. Iran, Greece ink co-op documentsRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Today.Az

    Iranian and Greek officials signed three memorandums of understanding on the sidelines of a meeting between visiting Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and Iran's First Vice-President Eshaq Jahangiri in Tehran Feb. 8, Iran's state IRINN TV reported. During a joint press conference with Jahangiri on Feb. 8, Tsipras underlined that Iran and Greece should boost strategic cooperation in various fields.

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  3. Russia and Iran Holding Talks on Visa-Free Tourist TravelRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | The St. Petersburg Times

    Iran's Ambassador to Russia Mehdi Sanaei announced that talks are under way between Tehran and Moscow on the possibility of canceling visa requirements for tourist groups, the Interfax news agency reported Sunday. "We are already holding talks [on this], but it is too early to talk about a complete cancellation of the visa regime between the two countries," Sanaei said, Interfax reported.

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  4. Greece important for Iran in terms of its relations with EuropeRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Trend

    Greece is important for Iran in terms of its relations with Europe, said Iranian Foreign Ministry's spokesman Hossein Jaberi Ansari at the press conference Feb. 8. Answering Trend Agency correspondent's questions regarding Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras's visit to Tehran, he added that Greece has a good record of relations with Iran. Ansari said Greece is important for Iran, which is looking to establish deeper relations with European countries in the post-JCPOA era.

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  5. Trade minister: Iran links Kazakhstan to high seasRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Today.Az

    Industry, Mines and Trade Minister said that Iran is of geopolitical importance for Kazakhstan as it helps the Central Asian country to get connected to the high seas, Irna reported. 'Iran is the link for Kazakhstan due to its strategic situation and its closeness to the Persian Gulf,' Mohammad Reza Nematzadeh said, addressing Iran-Kazakhstan Trade and Investment Seminar in Tehran on Sunday.

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  6. Tehran, Beirut plan long-term economic cooperation: Lebanese ministerRead the original story

    Sunday | Tehran Times

    Now that the post-sanctions Iran faces no international limitation, there has been a flurry of formal visits to the country by high-ranking foreign officials who have brought with themselves trade delegations, too. Being no exception, Lebanese officials and trade delegations have been visiting Iran to reconsider their political and economic ties with the country.

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  7. Warning on Iran updated to highlight riskRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Los Angeles Times

    At Carnival in Rio de Janeiro, pirate dogs are among the celebrants. At Carnival in Rio de Janeiro, pirate dogs are among the celebrants.

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  8. Take off to Tehran with British AirwaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Al Bawaba

    British Airways customers will be able to take off to Tehran this summer when the airline resumes direct flights to the Iranian capital on July 14. The route will launch as a six-per-week service before moving to daily flights from winter 2016, giving customers even more choice and flexibility between London and the Middle East. Paolo De Renzis, Head of Middle East, Africa and Central Asia Sales for British Airways, said, "Iran is a large and growing economy and Tehran is a brilliant business city so we are incredibly excited to be adding another gateway to the Middle East for our customers.

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  9. Long gone Iranian fossils unveiled in TehranRead the original story

    Saturday Feb 6 | Tehran Times

    Fossils which were long gone and kept in the U.S. were unveiled in the Department of Environment on Saturday. On the occasion of the retrieval of the fossils an official at the DoE told a press conference about the legal process of taking back the fossils.

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  10. Visit by Iran's foreign minister shows - warming' relations with UKRead the original story

    Saturday Feb 6 | Tehran Times

    A trip to London this week by the Iranian foreign minister, the first such visit in 12 years, has been hailed as a "symbol of warming relations" in spite of decades of mistrust and ongoing differences on regional issues and human rights. The Foreign Secretary, Philip Hammond, met Zarif for breakfast on Friday, the day after Iran took part in a summit on Syria in London.

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  11. Have you considered Iran for your next holiday?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | India.com

    When you think of the most beautiful places in the world, your mind wanders off to famous attractions like the Eiffel tower in France or the Niagara falls in Canada. You imagine yourself in the lush green landscapes of Scotland or the snow-clad mountains of the Himalayas.

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  12. New York Times in Iran; Jewish in the German Army; starring Bernie Sanders as the rabbiRead the original story

    Friday Feb 5 | The Jewish News Weekly

    Here's what we're reading: Bernie Sanders played a rabbi in a '90s comedy; the life of a Jewish soldier in the contermporary German army; and, while the Washington Post is done with Iran, the New York Times is all in. Esquire points us to this amazing clip from the low-budget 90s comedy , "My X-Girlfriend's Wedding Reception," in which Bernie Sanders plays a rabbi who just can't stay on topic: Bernie goes off on an extremely Larry David-like tangent about the Brooklyn Dodgers, the the perils of free agency in Major League Baseball, and he more or less forgets he's supposed to be talking about the bride and groom.

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  13. Hammond: Zarif's visit to London symbol of warming tiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | Trend

    British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond reiterated that the visit of his Iranian counterpart Mohammad Javad Zarif, the first in 10 years by an Iranian foreign minister, to London shows that the two countries' relations are being expanded, IRNA reported. 'The official visit by Iranian foreign minister, the first in the past 10 years is a symbol of warming relations,' Hammond wrote on his Twitter account on Friday.

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  14. In the Debate With Clinton on Iran Policy, Sanders Is Right. Here's Why.Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | The Nation

    In his January 17 debate with Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders made what appeared to be a sensible comment about the future implications of the international accord between Iran and the P5+1 world powers, including the United States. "What we've got to do is move as aggressively as we can to normalize relations with Iran," said Sanders.

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  15. Lawmakers Urge for Visa Waivers for Dual Nationals, Iran VisitorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | Payvand News of Iran

    NIAC Action applauds Jared Huffman and all twenty-six Members of Congress who today called on the Obama Administration to protect dual nationals and people who have visited Iran from discriminatory new visa restrictions. "Lawmakers are sending a clear message that we should not be discriminating against people because of where they were born or who their parents are," said NIAC Action Executive Director Jamal Abdi.

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  16. OPINION: Iran's Airbus order - shopping while hungry?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | Flight Global

    Iran Air's former bureau in central London, opposite the Ritz Hotel, used to draw the attention of passers-by because its window display featured a large aircraft model unlike any other in the capital. Shown in full Iran Air livery, the BAC-AA rospatiale Concorde was both striking and anachronistic - a symbol of pre-revolutionary Iranian opulence still being used to promote the Islamic republic's flag-carrier, over 30 years since it was blocked from purchasing Western jets.

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  17. How Dan met ClaudiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | Jerusalem Post

    "If Dan doesn't text me by 5 PM, then I'll text him," decided Claudia. He didn't; so she did.

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  18. UK-Iran Trade - A New ChapterRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | JD Supra

    The UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office recently hosted a panel discussion with UK business leaders to clarify UK trade policy on Iran following the lifting of sanctions. The principal points of note for those interested in investing in the country or doing business with Iranian counterparts are as follows: HM Government supports the restoration of trade links with Iran and recognises the commitments already made by Iran to meet the requirements for JCPOA Implementation Day .

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  19. British Airways resumes flights to TehranRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | Trend

    British Airways customers will be able to take off to Tehran this summer when the airline resumes direct flights to the Iranian capital on July 14. The route will launch as a six-per-week service before moving to daily flights from winter 2016, giving customers even more choice and flexibility between London and the Middle East. Paolo De Renzis, Head of Middle East, Africa and Central Asia Sales for British Airways, said, "Iran is a large and growing economy and Tehran is a brilliant business city so we are incredibly excited to be adding another gateway to the Middle East for our customers.

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  20. Airline battle brews in Gulf as Iran eyes regional hub roleRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 4 | WNFL-AM Green Bay

    An economic battle is likely for dominance of the skies over the Gulf after Iran decided to invest $27 billion in an airline fleet capable of taking on the region's supercarriers. By ordering dozens of long-distance European jets last month after the lifting of sanctions, Iran is positioning Tehran as a potential long-term transit point between East and West to rival regional hubs such as Dubai, air officials and analysts say.

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