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Iranian film legend Abbas Kiarostami dies

Abbas Kiarostami was the international giant of Iranian cinema who managed to express himself as a director without falling foul of Iran’s notorious censors.

Abbas Kiarostami was the international giant of Iranian cinema who managed to express himself as a director without falling foul of Iran’s notorious censors.

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Iran: Mixed reactions to Brexit

There has been radio silence from much of the Middle East throughout the Brexit campaign, but in the wake of the UK deciding to leave the European

There has been radio silence from much of the Middle East throughout the Brexit campaign, but in the wake of the UK deciding to leave the European

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Tehran says it has foiled a huge ISIL bombing campaign

Iranian authorities say ISIL has been hatching "plots and conspiracies" against it from its de facto capital of Raqqa in Syria.

Iranian authorities say ISIL has been hatching "plots and conspiracies" against it from its de facto capital of Raqqa in Syria.

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Iran to buy Boeing airliners

Iran has agreed a deal to buy 100 planes from US planemaker Boeing, according to the head of Iran’s Civil Aviation Organisation.

Iran has agreed a deal to buy 100 planes from US planemaker Boeing, according to the head of Iran’s Civil Aviation Organisation.

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Iranair could buy Boeing planes but any deal faces hurdles

Iran's state airline is talking with US plane maker Boeing about buying a large number of aircraft, but there are still many obstacles to a deal, as with Iranair's order for Airbus jets.

Iran's state airline is talking with US plane maker Boeing about buying a large number of aircraft, but there are still many obstacles to a deal, as with Iranair's order for Airbus jets.

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How to beat the economic low growth trap and Iran's data directive

Business Line explores the OECD's warning that the global economy is in a 'low growth trap' and Tehran wants foreign social media to move its citizens' data onto servers inside Iran.

Business Line explores the OECD's warning that the global economy is in a 'low growth trap' and Tehran wants foreign social media to move its citizens' data onto servers inside Iran.