Energy Industry

Iran nuclear chief says uranium stockpile reaches 950 tons

Jul 18, 2018

Iran's nuclear chief says country's uranium stockpile has reached as much as 950 tons

Activists: Iraqi police arresting protesters in the south

Jul 16, 2018

Activists: Iraqi police arresting protesters behind week-long rallies in Basra demanding jobs, better services

Protests in southern Iraq to demand better services, jobs

Jul 15, 2018

Activist: Thousands protest in Iraq's southern oil-rich Basra against dilapidated public services, lack of jobs

US official links economic protests in Iran to sanctions

Jul 13, 2018

Top US official focused on sanctions against Iran links American financial pressure on Tehran with protests there

Iraqis in Basra protest poor services, lack of jobs

Jul 12, 2018

An activist says thousands of Iraqis in the southern Basra province have taken to the streets to protest against poor public services and unemployment

Managers sentenced over Turkey's worst mine disaster

Jul 11, 2018

A Turkish court has sentenced managers and employees of a mine in western Turkey to between six and 22 years in prison for the deaths of 301 miners in the country's worst mining disaster

Pompeo accuses Iran of using embassies for terror plots

Jul 10, 2018

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has accused Iran of using its embassies to plot terrorist attacks in Europe

Iran tells Trump to stop tweeting about oil prices

Jul 5, 2018

Iran's representative to OPEC says U.S. President Donald Trump should stop tweeting about wanting lower oil prices, saying that doing so has the opposite effect

US to keep Persian Gulf waterway open despite Iran threats

Jul 4, 2018

US military reiterates promise to keep Persian Gulf waterway open to oil tankers as Iran renewed threats to shut it

30 years later, US downing of Iran flight haunts relations

Jul 3, 2018

Iran marks 30th anniversary of US Navy downing Iranian commercial airline, killing 290 people

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