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Opening Soon: Germans Race to Capture the Iranian Market

By Alexander Smoltczyk

Ahead of the planned lifting of Western sanctions against Iran, businessmen from around the world are visiting the country, and as one group from Germany discovered, there is no shortage of opportunities. 550 more words


Kentucky Fried Chicken ‘Shocked’ by Halal Knockoff in Iran

Iranians looking forward to buckets of Kentucky Fried Chicken’s “finger lickin’ good” buttery biscuits and deep-fried halal hens will be disappointed to know the wait is not yet over. 796 more words


Khamenei okays nuke deal, says West should eliminate Iran sanctions

ANKARA – Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Wednesday approved the Iranian government’s nuclear deal with world powers but said Tehran should yield core elements of its nuclear program until allegations of past military dimensions had been settled. 220 more words

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U.S. readies Iranian sanctions relief after landmark nuclear deal

This article is published in partnership with Time.com. The original version can be found here.

By Mark Rivett-Carnac @mrivettcarnac

The U.S. has begun preparations to suspend nuclear-related sanctions on Iran as part of Washington’s commitments to the… 279 more words


UN Agency: Iran agrees to even tougher regulations on newly minted Nuke Deal

TEHRAN —  Iranian officials have reportedly agreed to even tougher regulations on their nuclear ambitions and programs, at least, according to the United Nations.  On Sunday, the UN reported that Iranian officials agreed to further demands from 6 world powers — that  inspections of any kind could take place on nuclear sites regardless of the time frame or notice given to Iran. 102 more words


Why the Terrorist IRI Regime’s Ballistic Missiles Activities are not Violating the UNSC Resolution

As I mentioned in my article “Alternative to Iran Nuclear Deal is the Iranian Dissidents”, one of the shortcomings of the Iran nuclear deal was the fact that the entire exercise of negotiation is flawed given that it relies too much on trust of the regime. 669 more words

Snap Poll: Will China, Iran, and Russia Cooperate With the United States?

Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to the United States, the migrant crisis in Europe, and the speeches given by U.S. President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin to the United Nations dominated the news when the… 1,498 more words