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France grants $70m loan to renovate Iran's transport system
The French government has granted a $70-million loan to Iran to renovate the Middle East state's transport system, announced the minister of roads and urban development.
Oil exports rising as joint fields produce more
Iran's oil exports, currently more than 2.6 million barrels per day (mbpd) including gas condensate, will increase in the six months from September 23 amid a rise in production capacity, a senior official said.
Phelps has 'no desire' to make another comeback
Michael Phelps insisted that he has ‘no desire’ to return to competitive swimming.
Ancelotti hails influence of Rodriguez in Bayern win
Carlo Ancelotti praised James Rodriguez's performance as Bayern Munich cruised back to the top of the Bundesliga table with a comfortable 3-0 win over Schalke on Tuesday.
International tourism to US declined in early 2017
Fewer international travelers came to the United States during the first few months of this year than over the same period last year, confirming concerns of some in the travel industry.
Messi, Paulinho symbolize Valverde's Barcelona
A new FC Barcelona is starting to take shape. Ernesto Valverde's side has played five and won five so far in La Liga and on Tuesday, the Blaugrana hit six superb goals at Camp Nou – inspired mainly by two men: Lionel Messi and Paulinho.
Farshchian's latest works to be unveiled
Latest works by Iran's painting and miniature virtuoso Mahmoud Farshchian is set to be unveiled in a written collection on September 21.
Iran FM: Trump’s UN speech ‘belongs in medieval times’
France’s Macron defends ‘robust’ deal with Iran
US envoy: Trump’s speech no indication of canceling JCPOA
UK’s Quercus seals Iran’s €500 million solar deal
UK renewables investor Quercus signed a deal worth over half a billion euros to build and operate a 600-megawatt (MW) solar farm in Iran, the company said on Wednesday.
Iran expands overseas farming amid lingering drought
Iran is exploring overseas resources to ensure stable supplies of agricultural products for a rapidly urbanizing population in the face of constraints arising from worsening land and water resources.
For Iranian farmers, 'red gold' barely worth a copper
Iran's position as the lead supplier of the world's most expensive spice is being undercut by fraudulent business under which genuine saffron from the country is adulterated and resold to the high-end global market.
Iran eager to work with German entrepreneurs
An Iranian minister expressed the country's willingness to develop close partnership with German entrepreneurs and industry leaders.

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