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Iran points finger at US allies over deadly attack

Four militants attacked a parade commemorating the start of the 1980-1988 Iran-Iraq war in the southwestern city of Ahvaz.

Why Iran will exit its nuclear deal

The nuclear deal was a political shield for Iran. After the US’s pull-out, pressure for regime change will be back on the table

Crude oil surges after Trump tears up Iran deal, equities mixed

Both main crude oil contracts have been rising in recent weeks on expectations that the president would withdraw from the 2015 pact

Trump withdraws from Iran deal, defying allies

The president pulled the United States out of a landmark deal curbing Iran's nuclear program and reimposing crippling sanctions

Trump denounces ‘brutal and corrupt’ Iranian regime

"All of the money that President Obama so foolishly gave them went into terrorism and into their pockets."

SA invited to right side of history

As it re-enters the global economy, Iran is eager to foster relations with South Africa

Iran’s next step is a defining moment

The next president will decide the country’s long-term future and its links with the world

​2016: The year of the election ballot consultant

The doctors of spin are going to have a busy 2017 given the number of polls worldwide, writes Andrew Hammond.

Iran, Turkey must work together to fight Isis: Rouhani

Iran and Turkey must work with one another to root out the threat of extremism in the region, President Hassan Rouhani told his Turkish counterpart.

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