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Iran ‘return’ risks more pressure on oil prices – Tehran to boost exports by 500,000 bpd

LONDON, Jan 17, (AFP): Iran’s intention to significantly increase oil output after the lifting of international sanctions risks more pressure on crude prices already at 12-year lows, according to analysts. Oil prices tumbled by more than 30 percent last year and have slumped by a further 20 percent since the …

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Iran’s crude oil tankers points towards India and Europe – Tehran reedy to resume business as used as clock ticks down on sanctions

SINGAPORE, Jan 15, (RTRS): With Iran ready to resume business as usual with the world under a historic nuclear deal, Tehran will target India, Asia’s fastest-growing major oil market, and old partners in Europe with hundreds of thousands of barrels of its crude. Iran expects the United Nations nuclear watchdog …

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Trojan horse ‘suspended’

  THE regional, Arab, Islamic and international support given to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s position regarding the attacks on its embassy in Tehran and consulate in Mashhad shows the level of the downfall and fragility of Iran’s politics. This came after majority of the countries realized Iran’s actual intentions, …

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US panel passes bill on Iran N-deal

WASHINGTON, Jan 7, (AP): The Republican- led House Foreign Affairs Committee on Thursday approved legislation that would give the US Congress greater oversight of the landmark nuclear deal with Iran. Passage of the bill comes as the United States is poised to begin lifting sanctions against Iran, possibly as early …

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Iran, Saudi Arabia tensions can’t halt slide in oil prices – Geopolitical risk loses some of its ability to influence market: analyst

DALLAS, Jan 5, (AP): Even the escalating tension between Iran and Saudi Arabia, two big oil-producing countries, can’t halt the slide in energy prices. Oil futures spiked briefly on Monday after the news that Saudi Arabia would cut diplomatic ties with Iran, a development that could be seen as a …

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Apology worse than the crime

THE Iranian apology to the United Nations Security Council over the attacks on the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s embassy in Tehran and its consulate in Mashhad is, to say the least, worse than the crime itself. This is because the apology insinuates how the regime of peacocks in Tehran belittles …

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Iran’s open aggression demands harsh response

THE gloves are off. Not content with boasting that it controls certain Arab capitals and using militias to destabilise others, the Islamic Republic of Iran has passed the point of no return by directly interfering in Saudi Arabia’s internal affairs. The Kingdom is a country of laws that must be …

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No sensible person seeks to wage war – When a patient man loses his temper

A plane took off from the Iranian airport heading for Dubai and some of the passengers were VIPs, members of the Saudi diplomatic mission who in direct response from the Saudi leadership took the flight to the UAE and were escorted off the plane by the Emirati officials. When the …

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Will the Mullahs learn a lesson?

  THE Kingdom of Saudi Arabia took the most basic step when it decided to sever diplomatic ties with Iran. However, such step should have been taken since the Mullah regime launched provocative campaigns years ago. The Kingdom was fed up after the closure of all doors of dialogue among …

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Isolate the ‘regime’ of Iranian peacocks

  WHILE the supreme leadership in Iran takes up the position of instigating violence and terrorism, the storming of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s Embassy in Tehran by members of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard and ‘Basij’ group is considered an official declaration of war against the Kingdom. Under such circumstances, every …

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