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Leader: Sanctions crime of US, European partners against Iran
Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei on Tuesday described sanctions as a “bitter reality” and a “crime” against the Iranian people that have been imposed by the United States and its European partners.
Call it what it is, a massacre at Europe’s doorstep
By Deanna Dadusc & Maurice Stierl*
Europe-Iran Business Forum to be held in December: TPO
The Europe-Iran Business Forum on investment opportunities in Iran, aimed at attracting European investors, will be held next month, announced the adviser for international affairs of Iran’s Trade Promotion Organization (TPO).
Europe, US 'climate guardian' satellite to monitor oceans
A "climate guardian" satellite set for launching this weekend will greatly help scientists keep track of the rise in sea levels, one of the most daunting effects of global warming, a senior official at the European Space Agency said Friday.
Macron says UN Security Council out of 'useful solutions'
French President Emmanuel Macron said the UN Security Council no longer provides good solutions to global problems, in remarks published Monday, and called for an overhaul of international cooperation mechanisms.
Europe moves ahead with ARIEL exoplanet mission
The ARIEL (Atmospheric Remote-sensing Infrared Exoplanet) space telescope, which will study the atmospheres of distant worlds, has the green light to proceed.
Too early for Christmas travel plans, European countries say
A number of European countries have warned that it is too early to plan for Christmas travel, as coronavirus cases continue to rise across the continent.
Europe ‘could do anything’ to help economy: ECB’s Panetta
European authorities could “do anything” to help boost the economy, Fabio Panetta, a member of the European Central Bank’s executive board, said at an online forum.
Poverty, inequality surge across Europe in wake of COVID-19
Poverty and inequality will potentially increase across Europe, with poor workers losing as much as 16 percent of income and social cohesion between countries also being damaged by pandemic lockdown measures, according to an economic research from the University of Oxford.
WHO: Europe again 'epicenter' of coronavirus pandemic with 10m cases
The 53-country region that makes up Europe under the umbrella of the World Health Organization (WHO) said it reached a record of confirmed cases of COVID-19 with 1.5 million new infections last week, the organization's European director said Thursday.
European support for populist beliefs falls, survey suggests
Support for populist beliefs in Europe has fallen markedly over the past year, a major YouGov survey suggests, with significantly fewer people across a range of countries likely to agree with key statements designed to measure it.
Europe prepares for more pain ahead as COVID surges
European leaders warned of difficult months ahead as the resurgent COVID-19 pandemic forced authorities to impose new restrictions to try to curb the spread of the disease.
Iran Air resumes flights to five European countries after COVID-19 shutdown
Iran’s national flag carrier Iran Air said it has resumed scheduled flights to five European countries which had been suspended over the past seven months due to the spread of the deadly coronavirus pandemic.
Iran resumes flights to Europe after long halt over COVID-19 pandemic
Iran’s national airliner, IranAir, has restarted its flights to England, France, Austria, Germany, and Italy after a halt over the coronavirus outbreak and are carried out on schedule.

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