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“Europe Resisting US Pressure to Protect Own Interests, Not Iran’s”

A senior political analyst says Europe’s resistance against Washington’s pressure is aimed at safeguarding its own interests, not those of Iran.

“Iran, Hungary Can Join Hands to Promote Int’l Peace, Security”

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says Iran and Hungary, as two independent countries, can take fundamental steps to promote peace and security across the world.
Four Killed in Suspected Terrorist Attack in Belgium

Four Killed in Suspected Terrorist Attack in Belgium

A German gunman has killed two police officers and a passer-by on Tuesday before being shot dead in the centre of the Belgian city of Liege. Authorities say terrorism could not be ruled out as a motive.
Man behind Iran’s Worst Terrorist Attack Killed in 2015: Dutch Daily

Man behind Iran’s Worst Terrorist Attack Killed in 2015: Dutch Daily

A newspaper in the Netherlands has confirmed an Iranian-born victim of a 2015 death case was “most certainly” the man behind the biggest terrorist attack in Iran’s history in which dozens of top officials including the country’s prime minister were killed in 1981.

“Iran to Stop Talks If Feels Europeans Dragging Their Feet”

Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Political Affairs Abbas Araqchi says the Islamic Republic will stop its current talks with the Europeans if it comes to this sense that they are wasting time.

“Trump Disappointed His Expectations Not Met after JCPOA Decision”

Iran’s top security official Ali Shamkhani says things have not played out favourably for Donald Trump since he walked out of the 2015 nuclear deal earlier this month, as the world has so far stood up to the controversial US president.

Iran Ready for Worst Case Scenario: AEOI Spokesman

Tehran has prepared itself for the worst case scenario following the US withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal, said the Spokesman for the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI).

E3+2 Committed to Continued Trade with Iran: Statement

The E3+2 group of countries (UK, France, Germany, Russia and China) have, in a statement, vowed to continue supporting the Iran nuclear deal and doing business with the Islamic Republic despite the US sanctions to be re-imposed in coming months.

“Iran More Confident Now about Preserving JCPOA”

Iran’s deputy foreign minister says the country is now more confident about preserving the Iran nuclear deal given the European states’ commitment to meeting Iran’s demands.

Iran Leader Says US Will Fail Like Cat in “Tom & Jerry”

Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, the Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution, has likened the ties between Washington and Tehran to the “Tom and Jerry”, saying that the Americans will ultimately fail "like the famous cat” in the animated series.

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