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Iran Introduces Credit Cards For First Time

Iran introduced credit cards for the first time on Sunday, the Iranian Students’ News Agency (ISNA) reported.

Iran is looking to bolster its oil production and economy after world powers in January lifted sanctions against the Islamic Republic in return for Tehran complying with a deal to curb its nuclear ambitions. 70 more words

Finance

And Now, Just In From The Bird Feeder...

I sometimes feel like a news broadcaster issuing Breaking News bulletins. Several times a day, I give Gill the latest on the goings-on at my bird feeders. 878 more words

Humour

Don’t Give Iran Cash

Iran is once again the center of a heated debate between the Barack Obama administration and Republicans in Congress, this time over whether the United States’ $1.7 billion payment to Iran amounted to a ransom to secure the release of American hostages. 795 more words

U.S. Foreign Policy

Obama’s Cash-for-Jihad Program

Obama is *literally* funding a Shia apocalyptic, terrorist death cult & lying to Congress– but Birtherism is what gets journos really hot.

— David Reaboi (@davereaboi) …

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Counter Jihad Report

Iran Sets Out Terms to Cooperate with OPEC and Help Stabilize Oil

Iran will help other oil producers stabilize the world market so long as fellow OPEC members recognize its right to regain lost market share, the country’s oil minister said on Friday in remarks made ahead of next month’s meeting of the oil exporters group. 194 more words

International

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Iran Business

Iran Executes Nuclear Scientist for Spying for U.S.

Iran has executed an Iranian nuclear scientist detained in 2010 when he returned home from the United States, after a court convicted him of spying for Washington, a spokesman for the judiciary said on Sunday. 230 more words

Leadership