Deal worth €2.5bn announced by Norway’s Saga Energy group with Iranian company Amin Energy Developers shows Islamic Republic is making a late but substantial entry into renewables industry.
American president's continued hostility to Iran and nuclear deal does not rule out hyrdocarbon development opportunities for US companies, says Bijan Namdar Zanganeh.
In another rebuff to Trump’s hostility towards Tehran, Iranian shape agreements with several countries on sidelines of World Bank and IMF annual meetings.
US president, facing the opposition of almost the entire world and even resistance from his top diplomatic and military advisers, stops short of attempting to scrap the accord, asks Congress to come up with a workable solution.
Free market rate against dollar falls 6% to breach IRR40,000 threshold as nervousness over future of nuclear deal builds. Ministers forced to deny reports of IRR50,000 trades.
With tensions rising over the American president's impending announcement on the nuclear deal, Iran responds forcefully to reports of possible US move against its elite troops.
An announcement from the US president on what he has called "the worst deal ever" is imminent... but will the Europeans ride to the rescue of an agreement that has opened up Iran's 80mn strong market to their investors?
Ankara and Tehran, brought closer together by their similar stances on the Kurdish and Qatar questions, set out to boost import/export flows to $30bn, but trades will be arranged in their national currencies.
Rouhani and Erdogan promise more decisive steps to deal with the Iraqi Kurds' push for independence and pledge to work together on bringing stability to Syria, but their press briefing is short on specifics.
Two leaders take distinctly different line on Iraqi Kurds’ vote for independence, agree de-escalation for Syria but don’t mention military deal that could breach US sanctions against Moscow.
Anxious that the nation state ‘bug’ will intensify within their own borders, Turks assess economic sanctions including turning off the oil export tap.
Service accused of providing platform for child pornography and extremist content but founder Pavel Durov tweets “real reasons” for charges are different.
Iranian Kurds marched and exuberantly danced in the streets in celebration of the Iraqi Kurds’ defiant vote on creating an independent state, slightly unnerving Tehran which is carefully guarding against any push for autonomy within Iran.
Ankara's rigid position on the Kurdish referendum risks harming its own financial and security interests in the region, and could undermine relations with Russia.
Don’t let this “rogue newcomer to politics” destroy nuclear deal praised by all other major powers, says Iranian president.
Efforts led by France to convince US president of success of agreement with Tehran to no avail, Iranians condemn Trump for “ignorant hate speech that belongs in medieval times”.