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Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif, a broker of 2015 nuclear deal, resigns

(JTA) — Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif submitted his resignation, reportedly over infighting about Iran’s foreign policy and its 2015 nuclear deal with world powers detested by Israel. Zarif reportedly submitted his resignation late Monday evening. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani had not replied to the letter by Tuesday afternoon in Iran, Al Jazeera

Crude prices may have cooled, but Iran sanctions a big worry

By Navneet DamaniCrude prices tumbled last week, with WTI ending down 2.3 per cent and Brent 2.7 per cent.The turmoil in US and global stock markets and the US dollar index hitting an 18-month high led to further drop in crude prices. The market is getting cautious ahead of Iran

Americans now view Russia as more of a threat than Iran

Reuters/Getty A new Reuters/Ipsos poll conducted in July shows that more Americans view Russia as a threat to the country than Iran.  The polling shows that fear of Russia has been on the rise since 2015, while fear of Iran has been declining slightly over the past three years.  The poll also found

What Does Trump's CAPSLOCK Threat To Iran Actually Mean?

On Sunday, President Trump unleashed another nuclear tweet, this time aimed at the Iranian mullahs. Responding to Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s statement that a war between the U.S. and Iran would be the “mother of all wars,” Trump punched his CAPSLOCK and tweeted:

Opec’s June meet to be a damp squib, & it’s disadvantage India

By Julian LeeYou know how, a few years after a Hollywood blockbuster gets released, it seems to get a remake? Well, it looks Saudi Arabia’s oil minister Khalid Al-Falih is setting himself up to reboot his predecessor's 2011 hit – "OPEC's Worst Meeting."His starting point is an about face. Al-Falih