Elsewhere, Rouhani said, “The Islamic Republic of Iran has never sought tension in the region and is not seeking to cause any problem in the international waterways, however we will never abandon our right to export oil.”
— Read on www.tehrantimes.com/news/426020/Rouhani-Ball-in-European-court
Iran’s economy will continue to crater into a bottomless pit of misery if the US maintains its campaign of maximum economic pressure. Economic warfare without military intervention has a solid chance to contribute to the demise of Iran’s regime – or, at a minimum, the reversal of Iranian warmongering in the region.
— Read on m.jpost.com/International/ANALYSIS-A-deadly-plague-for-Iran-563890/amp
French car manufacturer Renault says it is likely to leave Iran to avoid renewed U.S. sanctions in spite of previous promises to remain.
Several other major companies including Maersk, Total, Peugeot, General Electric, Boeing, Reliance, and Siemens have already left Iran to evade U..S sanctions, which economic experts in Iran say will hit Iranians even harder in about
— Read on en.radiofarda.com/a/french-carmaker-likely-to-halt-iran-operations-as-other-companies-leave/29395780.html
The two would work for zero tariffs, zero non-tariff barriers, and zero subsidies on non-auto goods, he said.
They also agreed to increase trade in services and agriculture, including greater US soy bean exports to the EU.
The agreements come amid heightened tensions between the US and EU.
The boy was in a pushchair with his family when a substance was sprayed or thrown towards him in a “deliberate attack”.
— Read on news.sky.com/story/three-men-arrested-over-acid-attack-on-a-three-year-old-boy-11445990
An Iranian-born man with a knife injured 10 people in an attack aboard a bus in northern Germany before being overpowered by passengers and arrested by police, the local prosecutor said.
— Read on www.rferl.org/a/iranian-born-man-with-knife-injures-10-in-attack-on-german-bus/29379017.html
Royal Dutch Airlines announced on Saturday that it will suspend its direct flights to Tehran, delivering another blow to Iran’s struggling economy.
The Dutch airline KLM said in a statement: “As a result of the negative results and financial outlook for the Tehran operation, the last flight will take off from Amsterdam on September 22, 2018 and land at Schiphol on September 23.”
The timing of the airline’s announcement coincided with a major diplomatic spat between the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Netherlands.