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Food Sent by Iranian Volunteers Distributed among Palestinians, Yemenis

Several packs of sacrificial meat sent by a group of young Iranian volunteers have been distributed among the besieged Palestinians in Gaza Strip as well as the poor people of Yemen’s capital who are under non-stop airstrikes by Saudi Arabia.

Iran FM Discusses Myanmar Plight with Turkey, Malaysia, Indonesia

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has conferred with his Turkish, Malaysian, and Indonesian counterparts on the desperate plight of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar.

UN Human Rights Rapporteur Ignoring Improvements in Iran

Iranian foreign ministry spokesman has condemned a new report by the UN special rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Iran as “unacceptable” and “politically-motivated,” saying the report ignores several cases of improvement in Iran’s human rights situation.
Iran Reviewing Bill to Protect Women against Violence

Iran Reviewing Bill to Protect Women against Violence

An Iranian official says a bill on protection of women against violence is being reviewed at the country’s Judiciary.

Iran Deeply Concerned about Continued Violence against Myanmar Muslims

Iranian foreign ministry spokesman has expressed Tehran’s deep concern over the continuation of inhumane and violent actions against Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar.
MP Backs Granting Nationality to Children with Foreign Fathers

MP Backs Granting Nationality to Children with Foreign Fathers

An Iranian lawmaker says granting Iranian nationality to the children born to an Iranian mother and a non-Iranian father not only is a must for population management, but can also decrease insecurity in the country.

Twitter Blocked in Iran for National Security Concerns: Minister

Iran’s Minister of Communications and Information Technology says Twitter is blocked in the Islamic Republic for certain national security concerns, not cultural or ethical issues. However, he believes, filtering is not a good strategy.
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US Must Pay Iran $245m in Damage for Role in Chemical Attacks

Iran has sentenced the US to pay $245 million in damage to to the victims of chemical attacks carried out by Saddam Hussein’s troops during the 1980 to 1988 imposed war on Iran, according to the Judiciary spokesman.

Iranians Hold Balloon Festival in Memory of Syrian Children

Many people in northeastern Iranian city of Bojnourd attended a balloon festival held in memory of Syrian children stranded in the Shiite-majority towns of al-Foua and Kefraya in Idlib province, which are still under the siege of terrorists.
New Drug Law to Save Lives of Many Iranians on Death Row

New Drug Law to Save Lives of Many Iranians on Death Row

An Iranian lawmaker says more than 90 percent of those sentenced to death for carrying illicit drugs would have the chance to return to life if the new bill passed by the Parliament is signed into law.

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