The European Union has extended by another year sanctions against Iran over alleged claims of “human rights violations” despite the fledgling rapprochement between Tehran and the bloc since the 2015 landmark nuclear agreement.
As football fans were waiting to watch the UEFA Champions League quarter-final tie betweenBorussia Dortmund and Monaco,the game was postponed until Wednesday due to an explosion near the German side’s bus, with Dortmund defender Marc Bartra reported to have been taken to hospital.
A serious train crash in Moscow has left six people critically injured and dozens more wounded.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has defied Saudi Arabia’s strict custom and refused to wear a headscarf for her first meeting with the Arab country’s ruling elite.
Trade transactions between Iran and the European Union (EU) reached €13.744 billion in 2016, showing a 78-percent growth compared to the figure for 2015.
An Iranian MP says the UK and France were the main sponsors of terrorists and militants in Syria, adding the recent terror attack in London [on March 21] was a consequence of the British policy in the Middle Eastern country.
An attack by Chechen militants against a Russian military base has claimed the lives of more than 12 people.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry strongly condemned Wednesday’s terrorist attack in the British capital, London, saying that today terrorism knows no borders and geography.
The European Union’s top court ruled that EU companies have the right to ban employees from wearing religious or political symbols, such as the Islamic headscarf.
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte on Saturday barred a plane carrying Turkey's foreign minister from landing, saying his visit would be a threat to public order.