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Daily Archives: November 4, 2017

Russia to help Iran boost oil output by 1.1 mb/d

Russia says it has worked out a “road map” with Iran over cooperating in production of crude oil that envisages investing billions of dollars to increase the country’s oil production by at least 1.1 million barrels per day (mb/d). Igor Sechin, the head of Russia’s Rosneft energy giant, was quoted ...

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US seeks to drive a wedge between Syria, Iraq: Analyst

An academic believes the United States will resort to new tactics to drive a wedge between Syria and Iraq, which are fighting Washington’s attempts to impose its hegemony in the Middle East following Iraqi forces’ gains in the city of al-Qaim in the western Anbar province. “So I believe that this is a ...

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Smog shuts power plants, electricity shortfall hits 7,000MW

LAHORE  – Chashma nuclear power plant among several power production units were reported shut on Friday owing to smog causing power outages in parts of Punjab as electricity shortfall has hit 7,000MegaWatt. Reportedly, some areas of Punjab have been hit with eight to ten hours of power outages by the ...

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ISIL was created by US, Israel, Saudi Arabia: Analyst

US President Donald Trump must recognize that the United States, along with Israel and Saudi Arabia, created the Daesh (ISIL) terrorist group in the Middle East to wreak havoc in the region, just as they created al-Qaida in an earlier era, a former US Senate candidate says. “The CIA needs ...

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Eight border guards killed in northwest Iran clashes with terrorists

At least eight Iranian border guards have been killed in heavy clashes with terrorists in the country’s northwestern province of West Azarbaijan, a local official says. The incidents occurred in Chaldoran border area on Friday, Alireza Radfar, the deputy governor general of West Azarbaijan for political and security affairs, told ...

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BMW recalling 1 million vehicles in North America

BMW AG on said Friday (November 3, 2017) it is recalling about 1 million vehicles in North America for 2 separate issues involving fire risks and said it may expand the recalls to other countries. One recall of 670,000 2006-2011 US 3-series vehicles addresses trouble in the wiring of the ...

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Regional goals in Iran-Russia energy partnership

Reports by Iran’s media over the agreements that the country signed with Russia during the visit to Tehran by President Vladimir Putin show that the two countries are set to push ahead a strategic partnership in the area of energy with goals that go beyond their borders. Iran’s Fars News ...

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