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Iranian Felt-Making Art on Road to UNESCO List

Felt is one of the traditional handicrafts commonly made by nomadic people in Iran. Shahrekord in the country’s southwest, as the hub of felt-making in Iran, is going to be registered by UNESCO as the world’s felt-making city.
Bahram Qassemi

Iran Strongly Condemns Kabul Terrorist Attack

Iranian foreign ministry spokesperson has strongly denounced a suicide blast in the Afghan capital of Kabul, which left tens of citizens dead and wounded.
Iranian Diplomat, Iraq’s Ammar Hakim Meet in Baghdad

Iranian Diplomat, Iraq’s Ammar Hakim Meet in Baghdad

Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister for Arab and African Affairs Hossein Jaberi Ansari has held talks with Ammar al-Hakim, the Leader of Iraq's National Alliance and a majority leader in the Arab country’s Parliament.
Millions of Hectares in Iran to Be Planted with Saplings

Millions of Hectares in Iran to Be Planted with Saplings

Plans are underway to turn millions of hectares of land across Iran into green areas to tackle dust pollution.
Iran, Special Guest of Beijing Int’l Book Fair

‘Colourful Dream of Silk Road’ at Beijing Int’l Book Fair

Iran is going to partake in 24th edition of Beijing International Book Fair as the special guest. The Islamic Republic’s slogan this year is “Iran: The Colourful Dream of Silk Road”.
Arvand Rud

Iran’s Arvand River Key to Iraq’s Integrity

Iraq’s ongoing negotiations with Iran over the Arvand Rud, the river that serves as part of the natural border between the two states, are particularly significant as the river plays a key role in the Arab country’s territorial integrity.
Iran, Iraq Agree to Boost Military Cooperation

Iran, Iraq Agree to Boost Military Cooperation

The defense ministers of Iran and Iraq signed an agreement on Sunday to boost military cooperation between the two neighbors in a host of fields, including counterterrorism.
Divisive Approaches in Iraq to Increase Insecurity, Instability: Iran

Divisive Approaches in Iraq to Increase Insecurity, Instability: Iran

A senior Iranian official has warned that adopting divisive approaches in Iraq would prepare the ground for the Arab country’s enemies to pursue more excessive demands and boost insecurity and instability.
Iranian Diplomat Holds Talks with Iraqi Speaker

Iranian Diplomat Holds Talks with Iraqi Speaker

Iran’s deputy foreign minister and Iraq’s parliament speaker have discussed Tehran-Baghdad bilateral ties as well as the latest regional developments in a meeting in the Iraqi capital.
Iraq President Invited to Attend Rouhani’s Swearing-in Ceremony

Iraq President Invited to Attend Rouhani’s Swearing-in Ceremony

Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister for Arab and African Affairs Hossein Jaberi Ansari and Iraqi President Fuad Masum have discussed the latest regional developments and bilateral relations in a Sunday meeting in Baghdad.

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