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Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman expressed condolences to the government of Sri Lanka over deaths in floods and landslides in the South Asian country.
In a congratulatory message to his Azeri counterpart on the Caucasian country’s national day, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani hailed the ample opportunities available for the expansion of ties between Tehran and Baku.
A young PhD student who failed to garner enough votes in the recent local elections in Iran has put on street sweepers’ uniform to collect his election campaign flyers from the streets.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif in a message wished a blessed Ramadan for all Muslim nations, and expressed the hope that they use the holy month as an opportunity for unity.
Fareed Zakaria, a senior Indian-American journalist, has criticized the US President’s anti-Iran allegations, saying almost all terrorist attacks in the West has had some connection to Saudi Arabia, and none of them has been linked to Iran.
An anti-drug official says all Iranian men doing their military services are required to pass compulsory training courses on addiction prevention; otherwise, their military service completion certificate will not be issued.
A top Iranian official says terrorists in Syria and Iraq are just elements to implement the US policies in the Middle East.
The escalating disagreement between Qatar on the one side, and Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain, and Egypt on the other side, confirms the rampant chaos and divisions that dominate the Arab region. The question is who will help Qatar in case of a war?
With the world having learnt who will steer Iran’s government in the next four years, a large number of foreign firms have once again lined up to enter the county’s 80-million-strong market, with the French car producer Peugeot and oil giant Total standing at the forefront of the queue as usual.