Tehran marks revolution's 40th Plenary, National Assembly, 22 August 1 day ago   08:38

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Iranians have taken to the streets across the country to mark the 40th anniversary of the 1979 revolution. But years of international sanctions have smothered its economy, and kept it from cashing-in on one of the largest oil reserves in the world. And as Paolo Montecillo reports, things are only getting worse. TRT World's Editor-at-large Craig Copetas broke down the story from Washington DC.

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zohaib anwer
Iran is the Only Shia country which Supported Habsberg dynasty against Ottoman empire..Iran is the only country who attacked Mughal empire under Nadir shah to killed more than 200,000 people in within day. Iran is lead by Safavid,safavid are not our friend.Iran Sunni was replaced by Safavid dynssty through worse sunni genocide..Irani safavid backed again in 1979 under Fake revolution.Their all proxy war against Sunni country but threatning Israel and USA on Media..We know you,we knpw your history and we know you fake revolution..Soon you will See Amercan and Iran ties to counter Saudia-Pak-turkey-alliance..
iran has a strong and highly educated middle class (can be found all across the world), if only it were allowed to freely trade with others + not be ostracised on the world stage...
The Indian Shia Muslim
# long live the revolution
they lose money but not dignity
long live IRAN
Rakesh Kumar
Someday Arab Spring 2.0 will topple Saudi, Oman, UAE monarchs.
Wonderful Mockingbird
Beheading Americans is not the only way to earn respect.
Zubair Ahmed
Iran.. The only country that has any backbone in the Middle East.
funny maker boy
Love Iran 😘
Maderchood Narendra Modi Mayray Lund Ka Jhaant
Long Live Iran from Pakistan !
mohd ali
Who is responsible for the suffering of ordinary people.? 30 years of USA unilateral Barbaric economic sanction or anything else?
Kf rohan
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Plenary, National Assembly, 22 August Tehran marks revolution's 40th 1 day ago   00:00

President Cyril Ramaphosa is scheduled back in the National Assembly (NA) on Thursday to reply to oral questions from Members of the House while the National Council of Provinces (NCOP) will hold a two-day planning workshop this week.

Following a few weeks of constituency work, Members are returning to Parliament this week to continue scrutinising the actions of the Executive and hold them accountable through regular oral questions and answer sessions.

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