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Iran Launches Portal to Promote Freedom of Information (FOI)

In an effort to increase transparency and promote Freedom of Information (FOI) in the Islamic Republic, the Iranian government has officially launched a portal that provides people with free access to the information of state institutions.

45 Foreign Ambassadors Tour Tehran’s Evin Prison

The Iranian Judiciary has taken dozens of foreign ambassadors residing in Tehran to a tour of Evin Prison to prove that the allegations raised against Iranian prisons are wrong and politically-motivated.
Bahram Qassemi

Spokesman Blasts Canadian Court’s Anti-Iran Ruling

Iran’s foreign ministry has slammed a Canadian court’s decision to uphold a US court ruling against the Islamic Republic, calling it a breach of international law.
How US Media Cover Same Tragedies in Opposite Ways

How US Media Cover Same Tragedies in Opposite Ways

A political commentator has weighed in on the US double standards in reaction to two similar tragic incidents: the USSR’s shoot-down of a Korean airliner, and the US downing of an Iranian passenger plane.
Iran Leader Urges Judiciary to Declare Position on Int'l Affairs

Iran Leader Urges Judiciary to Declare Position on Int’l Affairs

Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei called on Iran’s Judiciary to legally pursue international issues and declare its stances on various subjects, such as sanctions or the US freeze on Iran’s assets.
Iran Not to Forgive Perpetrators of Attack on Iran Air Flight 655

Iran Not to Forgive Perpetrators of Attack on Iran Air Flight 655

Iran’s foreign ministry has released a statement to mark the 29th anniversary of the downing of an Iranian commercial airliner by a US Navy guided-missile cruiser back in 1988.
Iran Slams France for Double Standard on Terrorism

Iran Slams France for Double Standard on Terrorism

Iran has strongly criticized the French government for allowing the terrorist Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO) to hold its annual gathering in Paris.
Telegram

Telegram Not Asked to Reveal Iranian Users’ Info: CEO

The CEO of Telegram messaging app says the Iranian government has never asked the company to provide it with the private information of Iranian users.
mohammad javad zarif

Iran Condemns Any Use, Threat to Use WMD: FM

Iran’s foreign minister says unlike the hypocritical and double-standard policies of the US and other so-called advocates of human rights, the Islamic Republic of Iran vehemently condemns any use or threat to use weapons of mass destruction including chemical weapons.

Lawmaker Writes Book on Iran’s Legislation System

A new book has been published by an Iranian lawmaker on the pathology of the country’s legislation system.

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