Iranian president responds to latest Trump barbs thrown at Islamic Republic from world stage by accusing US of “economic terrorism”. White House National Security Advisor Bolton warns Tehran “if you cross us… there will be “HELL to PAY”.
Details remain scarce, but EU foreign policy chief refers to payment system to go through a special purpose vehicle. Trump administration "deeply disappointed" by the move.
Currency started the year at 42,900, while 112,000 bought a dollar at the start of September. Year-to-date decline now 74.8%.
Boosted by landslide victory in Yerevan municipal poll, Nikol Pashinian moves to make post-revolution parliament more representative of the popular mood.
Revolutionary Guard, Nikki Haley and Rudolph Giuliani join in war of words after apparent Arab separatist terrorism. Tehran points finger at Gulf states allied to US.
US special envoy for Iran refers to nuclear deal abandoned by Trump as only a “personal agreement”.
Conflicting statements on liquidity by country’s second largest lender raise eyebrows.
Some local economists argue the link between the two currencies is very much a political phenomenon that is not grounded in good economics.
Gennady Gagulia, who served three times as prime minister of the Georgian separatist republic, is understood to have died of his injuries after another driver hit his car.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo nevertheless insists New Delhi must prepare to reduce purchases of crude shipped from Iran to zero.
A technical assistance fund jointly established by the Slovak Republic and the International Investment Bank (IIB) has successfully finalised its pilot project, the Moscow-based development bank said on September 5.
With pressure of US sanctions sending economy into a tailspin, MPs suggest rice, meat, bread and sugar might be among restricted products.
The Georgian separatist republic of Abkhazia was the second most popular destination for Russian tourists in the first half of this year, attracting 1.75mn Russian visitors, according to a report from tourism agency Turstat.
Stockholm court to hear of how $350mn was allegedly paid to now disgraced daughter of late autocrat to secure gains such as 3G and 4G telecom licences.
Letter to employees from Digikala company founders points to consumers’ falling purchasing power and difficulties in obtaining imports as US economic attack on Islamic Republic claims more victims.
Move means Iranian tankers can avoid world’s most critical oil chokepoint unlike vessels from Saudi Arabia and other regional rivals.
Environmental objections in Italy pose threat to last leg of Southern Gas Corridor designed to deliver Azerbaijani gas to EU.
Central bank governor’s remark on exercising far more care in allocating foreign currencies at heavily discounted official rates triggers new phase of devaluation amid US sanctions attack.
Toronto-listed parent company told to cease activities at Amulsar until nature protection officials complete ecological study.
Iranians should "give up hope" that Europe will salvage the accord, he adds.