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French state bank BPI finance projects in Iran

French state bank BPI finance projects in Iran

Bpifrance, the country’s state investment bank, will finance investment projects of French companies in Iran from 2018, granting up to 500 million euros ($598 million) in annual credits, its CEO said in a newspaper interview on Sunday. “Excluding a force majeure case, we will be on their side in early 2018. We are the only…

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Photo: Village of warps and woofs

Photo: Village of warps and woofs

Ruin, a village located in North Khorasan province, is home to women who still pursue the traditional arts and crafts of their ancestors, weaving, which began about 400 years ago and is one of the sources of income for the village. About 120 women weavers are currently actively engaged in this industry in Ruin. North…

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Iranian Airlines to buy new Boeing, Airbus planes

Iranian Airlines to buy new Boeing, Airbus planes

Iran’s Kish Airline has announced an ambitious plan to purchase over a dozen new planes from global aviation giant Airbus and Boeing. Kish Airline CEO Mohammad Taqi Jadidi was quoted by the domestic media that the plan envisaged buying 10 planes from Boeing and 6 more from Airbus. Jadidi told Iran’s IRNA news agency that…

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Photo: Hamedan BMX rally

Photo: Hamedan BMX rally

Trail Bike(BMX) rally was held in Hamedan by enthusiasts taking part. About Hamedan Hamadan is one of the oldest continually inhabited towns, centers of civilization, and numerous capitals of different dynasties that have ruled Iran through the ages. Capital of the province of Hamadan, at the foot of Mount Alvand, and located at an altitude…

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Photo: Feast of Blessing of Grapes in Tehran

Photo: Feast of Blessing of Grapes in Tehran

The celebration of feast of Blessing of Grapes and Assumption of Mary was held on in Saint Sarkis Cathedral in Tehran. The construction of St. Sarkis Church in Tehran began from 1964 and was complete by 1970. The church was built by Sarkisian brothers in memory of their parents. At beginning the Tehran prelacy was…

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Iran’s South Pars Gas Output Crosses 2.5m Barrels

Iran’s South Pars Gas Output Crosses 2.5m Barrels

Iran’s production of crude oil from the oil layer of the supergiant South Pars Gas Field (SPOL) has exceeded 2.5 million barrels. The country is planning to send the layer’s 5th oil consignment in the coming days, said Fardin Asadi, operator of SPOL’s development project. He said a 500,000-barrel crude oil consignment is being loaded…

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President Rouhani sworn in for 2nd term+Photo/Video

President Rouhani sworn in for 2nd term+Photo/Video

Hassan Rouhani has been sworn in as Iran’s 12th president in the Iranian capital in the presence of the country’s high-ranking officials as well as leaders and senior politicians from around the world. The inauguration ceremony opened at the Parliament building in Tehran on Saturday with delegates from more than 100 countries, including several heads…

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Iran’s Leader formally endorses Rouhani as president+Photo/Video

Iran’s Leader formally endorses Rouhani as president+Photo/Video

Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has formally endorsed Hassan Rouhani as president, paving the way for him to take office for a second term as the head of Iran’s 12th administration. During a ceremony on Thursday, Ayatollah Khamenei gave his official approval for the president-elect by giving him a decree to…

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Iranian math genius died

Iranian math genius died

Award-winning Iranian mathematician Maryam Mirzakhani has reportedly passed away due to cancer at a hospital in the United States. Firouz Naderi, a former Iranian director of Solar Systems Exploration at NASA, had also announced her death in an Instagram post earlier in the day. Mirzakhani had recently been taken to hospital as her health condition…

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Yazd inscribed as UNESCO heritage site

Yazd inscribed as UNESCO heritage site

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has added the historical texture of Yazd in central Iran to its list of world heritage sites. The site was inscribed on the world heritage list during the 41st session of UNSCO’s World Heritage Committee in Krakow, Poland, on Sunday, July 9, ifpnews.com wrote. The historical structure…

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