Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi rejected a Canadian court’s ruling ordering Tehran to pay the legal costs of victims of what it has alleged to be “Iranian-sponsored terrorist attacks”.
A number of women lawmakers expressed their concerns and views about Iran’s gender-biased laws and a number of other issues in a meeting with Parliament Speaker.
Iran’s Football Federation has reportedly won a major case against its Saudi counterpart after almost a year.
The 14th Regional Meeting of the National Authorities of State Parties to the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) in Asia opened in Tehran on Monday May 23.
The public relations department of Hamedan Provincial Environmental Office announced that a school head-teacher has been suspended, while the teacher responsible has been summoned to appear in front of the infraction committee of the Ministry of Education.
Abbas-Ali Kadkhodaei, a professor of international law at the University of Tehran, strongly criticized a recent Canadian court ruling to seize Iran’s assets, stressing that such “robbery” is an unprecedented and unacceptable move.
Iranian Minister for Cooperatives, Labour and Social Welfare, Ali Rabiei, says the number of Iranian worker organizations has witnessed a 40-percent growth during the first four months of President Hassan Rouhani’s second term in office.
Secretary of Iran's National Security Council (SNSC) Ali Shamkhani announced that Tehran will certainly lodge complaints with international courts contesting the US Supreme Court ruling which authorized the transfer of $2bn of Tehran's frozen assets to the families of the victims of a 1983 bombing in Beirut.
Ten people have been sentenced to death in Egypt for their part in the deaths of more than 70 people at a match between al-Masry and Al Ahly in 2012.
Head of Iran’s Supreme Human Rights Council has told a Brazilian daily that Tehran will make amendments to its laws that sentence criminals to death penalty.