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Iraj Hosami, President of the Association of northern Iran Tea Workers during an interview said the remaining payment from the local  purchase of green tea leaves guarantees is still unpaid. He added if the remaining payment of the claims is not paid by  the end of January and the cultivative necesseties is not given to the farmers they will not be able to prepare their fields for the coming season.

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INU - The air pollution in Tehran, Ahwaz and Karaj are the three most polluted cities in the world. The air pollution crisis has spread to other cities as well, including Shahreh Ray, Arak, Tabriz, Urumiyah, Zahedan and Kerman causing severe respiratory problems for people in these areas.

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INU Inside News -  Recently the residents of the Aliabad locality in the Ahwaz city demonstrated in front their municipality protesting against non-existence of basic amenities like sewage disposal. They complained the roads of the locality remain unpaved for the last 45 years despite the fact that the locality is situated in the vicinity of the city airport.

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(Reuters) - Four senior senators on Monday urged President Barack Obama to stick to tough policies against Iran, despite overtures from Tehran ahead of this week's U.N. General Assembly in New York.

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WASHINGTON (AP) The U.S. House of Representatives has approved tough new sanctions on Iran's oil sector and other industries.
The Obama administration fears the measures could undercut the Islamic republic's incoming, more moderate president ahead of new nuclear negotiations. No date has been set for such talks, which would include other world powers Britain, China, France, Germany and Russia.

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INU- The US House of representatives is due to vote on Wednesday on a bill of tough sanctions against the Iranian regime to squeeze its oil exports to a trickle. The bill seeks to cut the Iranian regime oil exports by another 1 million barrels per day within one year, reports Reuters referring to congressional aides.

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