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Iran seeks increasing oil recovery from joint fields to 350.000 barrels

Iran seeks increasing oil recovery from joint fields to 350.000 barrels

TEHRAN, January 22 - Iran is going to increase oil recovery from joint oil fields to 350.000 barrels by the end of this year (March 20, 2018), said Iranian Government Spokesman Mohammad-Bagher Nobakht.
Iran in talks with foreign investors for oil contracts, says MP

Iran in talks with foreign investors for oil contracts, says MP

TEHRAN, January 22 - An Iranian lawmaker said the country is in talks with foreign investors on Iranian Oil Ministry’s contracts.
Iran exports 160 tons saffron in 9 months

Iran exports 160 tons saffron in 9 months

TEHRAN, January 22 - Iran has exported over 160 tons of saffron to various countries over first 9 months of the Iranian calendar year (March 20, 2017 – December 21, 2017).
France’s Le Drian plans March trip to Iran

France’s Le Drian plans March trip to Iran

TEHRAN, January 22 - France’s Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said on Sunday he would visit Iran on March 5 to meet with senior Iranian officials.
Malaysia arrests two men linked to Islamic State over planned attacks

Malaysia arrests two men linked to Islamic State over planned attacks

TEHRAN, January 22 -Malaysia has arrested two men believed to have links with militant group Islamic State, including one who allegedly walked around its capital armed with a knife aiming to kill Buddhist monks, police said on Monday.
Iran condemns terrorist attack in Kabul

Iran condemns terrorist attack in Kabul

TEHRAN, January 22 - Iran categorically condemned a deadly terrorist attack on Kabul's Intercontinental Hotel.
Russia's VTB bank head Kostin shrugs off U.S. sanctions risk

Russia's VTB bank head Kostin shrugs off U.S. sanctions risk

TEHRAN, January 22 -Andrey Kostin, the head of Russian state bank VTB and an ally of President Vladimir Putin, said there was a high risk his name would be added to a new U.S. list of people close to Vladimir Putin, but that he was unfazed by the prospect.
‘How did life form from rocks?’ Protein puzzle reveals secrets of Earth’s evolution

‘How did life form from rocks?’ Protein puzzle reveals secrets of Earth’s evolution

TEHRAN, January 22 -How did life begin on Earth? That is a question pondered by humans for millennia. But while the answer remains elusive, a team of scientists believe they’ve found the key mechanism behind life’s essential ingredient – protein.
Ecuador president calls WikiLeaks founder ‘inherited problem’

Ecuador president calls WikiLeaks founder ‘inherited problem’

TEHRAN, January 22 -Ecuador’s president calls Julian Assange an “inherited problem” and a source of annoyance to the South American state amid struggles to find a way out of a situation, which has seen the WikiLeaks founder confined to Quito’s embassy in London for over five years.
Philippines raises volcano alert again; hazardous eruption seen imminent

Philippines raises volcano alert again; hazardous eruption seen imminent

TEHRAN, January 22 -The Philippines raised the alert level at its Mayon volcano on Monday after a loud explosion in the wake of increased activity made a hazardous eruption likelier, prompting authorities to close all schools and urge residents to stay indoors.
Iran seeks increasing oil recovery from joint fields to 350.000 barrels

Iran seeks increasing oil recovery from joint fields to 350.000 barrels

TEHRAN, January 22 - Iran is going to increase oil recovery from joint oil fields to 350.000 barrels by the end of this year (March 20, 2018), said Iranian Government Spokesman Mohammad-Bagher Nobakht.
Iran in talks with foreign investors for oil contracts, says MP

Iran in talks with foreign investors for oil contracts, says MP

TEHRAN, January 22 - An Iranian lawmaker said the country is in talks with foreign investors on Iranian Oil Ministry’s contracts.
Iran exports 160 tons saffron in 9 months

Iran exports 160 tons saffron in 9 months

TEHRAN, January 22 - Iran has exported over 160 tons of saffron to various countries over first 9 months of the Iranian calendar year (March 20, 2017 – December 21, 2017).
France’s Le Drian plans March trip to Iran

France’s Le Drian plans March trip to Iran

TEHRAN, January 22 - France’s Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said on Sunday he would visit Iran on March 5 to meet with senior Iranian officials.
Malaysia arrests two men linked to Islamic State over planned attacks

Malaysia arrests two men linked to Islamic State over planned attacks

TEHRAN, January 22 -Malaysia has arrested two men believed to have links with militant group Islamic State, including one who allegedly walked around its capital armed with a knife aiming to kill Buddhist monks, police said on Monday.
Iran condemns terrorist attack in Kabul

Iran condemns terrorist attack in Kabul

TEHRAN, January 22 - Iran categorically condemned a deadly terrorist attack on Kabul's Intercontinental Hotel.
Russia's VTB bank head Kostin shrugs off U.S. sanctions risk

Russia's VTB bank head Kostin shrugs off U.S. sanctions risk

TEHRAN, January 22 -Andrey Kostin, the head of Russian state bank VTB and an ally of President Vladimir Putin, said there was a high risk his name would be added to a new U.S. list of people close to Vladimir Putin, but that he was unfazed by the prospect.
‘How did life form from rocks?’ Protein puzzle reveals secrets of Earth’s evolution

‘How did life form from rocks?’ Protein puzzle reveals secrets of Earth’s evolution

TEHRAN, January 22 -How did life begin on Earth? That is a question pondered by humans for millennia. But while the answer remains elusive, a team of scientists believe they’ve found the key mechanism behind life’s essential ingredient – protein.
Ecuador president calls WikiLeaks founder ‘inherited problem’

Ecuador president calls WikiLeaks founder ‘inherited problem’

TEHRAN, January 22 -Ecuador’s president calls Julian Assange an “inherited problem” and a source of annoyance to the South American state amid struggles to find a way out of a situation, which has seen the WikiLeaks founder confined to Quito’s embassy in London for over five years.
Philippines raises volcano alert again; hazardous eruption seen imminent

Philippines raises volcano alert again; hazardous eruption seen imminent

TEHRAN, January 22 -The Philippines raised the alert level at its Mayon volcano on Monday after a loud explosion in the wake of increased activity made a hazardous eruption likelier, prompting authorities to close all schools and urge residents to stay indoors.
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