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Sunday, February 7, 2016 | Volume: 12484



51% of hopefuls cleared to run for Majlis
Tehran Times Political Desk

TEHRAN – The elections monitoring team qualified 1,500 more hopefuls of this month’s parliamentary elections.


Islamic Revolution in Iran remains an enigma: scholar
Tehran Times Political Desk

TEHRAN – A political and religious scholar says the 1979 revolution in Iran was “Islamic” and shared similarities to French and Russian revolutions.

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Vinci eyeing high-speed train station deals in Iran

France’s Vinci SA, which is the largest construction and concessions company in Europe, has said it is in preliminary talks over building high-speed train stations in Iran.

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Tehran secures 300,000 bpd oil sale to Europe
Tehran Times Economic Desk

TEHRAN – Iran will finalize deals soon with France’s Total, Italy’s Eni and Saras, securing the sale of 300,000 barrels of oil per day to the three European buyers, Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh said.

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“Mina’s Choice” gives warnings to families about danger of Daesh: director
Tehran Times Art Desk

TEHRAN – “Mina’s Choice” director Kamal Tabrizi says his main motive in making the film is to give warnings to families about the danger of Daesh (also known as ISIS, ISIL and IS).

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Cineastes say Iranian cinema promising
Tehran Times Art Desk

TEHRAN – Cineastes have said that Iranian cinema has promising prospects in 2016 based on the enthusiastic welcome that people have given to films screened at the 34th Fajr Film Festival.

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Iran says Peugeot would pay compensation for withdrawal during sanctions

DUBAI (Reuters) - The French car-maker Peugeot would pay compensation to Iran according to a new contract signed with Tehran last month, for the losses inflicted through its sudden withdrawal from the Iranian market during the sanctions, Iran's minister of trade and industry said on Saturday.

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Long gone Iranian fossils unveiled in Tehran
Maryam Qarehgozlou

TEHRAN — Fossils which were long gone and kept in the U.S. were unveiled in the Department of Environment (DoE) on Saturday.

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“Lanturi” warns of rise of intolerance: director
Tehran Times Art Desk

TEHRAN -- A distinguished director from the new generation of Iranian cinema, Reza Dormishian, has said that his acid attack drama “Lanturi” warns of the rise of intolerance in society.

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Rouhani: National JCPOA has set scene for full-blown development
Tehran Times Political Desk

MASHHAD - President Hassan Rouhani who had travelled to Mashhad on Saturday to inaugurate key projects in the city said time is ripe for a shift of focus to a national version of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) which he dubbed JCPOA2, IRNA news agency reported on Saturday.

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“Bodyguard” director asks government to back movies on ISIL threat
Tehran Times Art Desk

TEHRAN – Ebrahim Hatamikia, the director of the political drama “Bodyguard”, has urged the Iranian government to support filmmakers who are trying to mirror the widespread threat of the Islamic State of Iraq in the Levant (ISIL).

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:: Leader hails bravery of Iranians martyred in Syria

:: ‘Iran to intensify watch on embassies in elections time’

:: Iran to send more pilgrims to Iraq


:: Iran’s Rostami prepares for winning Olympics gold


:: “Bodyguard” director asks government to back movies on ISIL threat

:: Photojournalists work at Fajr Film Festival

:: “Lanturi” warns of rise of intolerance: director


:: Long gone Iranian fossils unveiled in Tehran


:: $2b Tehran-Mashhad railway electrification project started


:: Tehran secures 300,000 bpd oil sale to Europe


:: Rouhani: National JCPOA has set scene for full-blown development

:: Iran says Peugeot would pay compensation for withdrawal during sanctions

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