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Iran Keen to Boost Ties with S. Korea, Vietnam: Rouhani

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani says Tehran is eager to further develop its bilateral relations with Seoul and Hanoi.

Ball in Europe’s Court after US’ Withdrawal from JCPOA: Iran

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani says the ball is now in Europe’s court to maintain its relations with the Islamic Republic following the US’ illegal withdrawal from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

Iran, Turkey, Russia Discuss Syria Peace in Sochi

Delegations of Iran, Turkey, and Russia, the three guarantor states of the ceasefire regime in Syria, have held a trilateral meeting in the Russian city of Sochi.

Iran’s Top Diplomat Departs for Sri Lanka

Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has left Tehran for Sri Lanka’s capital of Colombo on Tuesday.

Iran Slams Final Statement of US’ Religious Freedom Summit

Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi has condemned an anti-Iran statement released by foreign ministers participating in the US’ Religious Freedom Summit.

“Iranian Government to Resolve Economic Crisis Soon”

Iran’s First Vice-President Es’haq Jahangiri says the new economic conditions in Iran will not continue and the government plans to introduce a new foreign currency package to deal with the situation.
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Hoor-al-Azim Wetland at Iran-Iraq Border on Fire Again

The wildfires that had been mostly contained in the Iraqi part of Hoor-al-Azim Wetland have once again swept through the region and the smoke has affected the cities of Iran’s Khuzestan province.

US Sanctions to Cost Dearly for Iranian Patients: Minister

Iran’s Minister of Health and Medical Education says the US president makes humanitarian gestures, but indeed he plans to increase pressure on Iran in the fields of medicine, medical equipment and basic goods, which are going to have dire consequences for ordinary citizens of Iran.

Gov’t under Pressure to Do More to Stop Rial’s Historic Plunge

The Iranian government is under great pressure to take more steps to normalize what the Central Bank calls “unusual” economic conditions, as the country grapples with a flagging economy and the national currency slides to record lows.

Tehran’s Parvaneh Bazaar: A Heaven for Antiques Lovers

There is a fabulous weekly bazaar in Tehran for antiques, textiles, wood crafts and a wide range of other traditional and handicraft items, which are likely to have something to pique everyone’s interests.

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