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Can Iran live with the Taliban in its backyard?

Iran has concluded that living with the Taliban, which is to become part of the Afghan political structure, would better serve its national interest and stabilize the region, says a political analyst.
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Turkey official results to announce ‘within 11-12 days’

Unofficial results from Turkey's parliamentary elections show President Erdogan's AKP has lost its majority in the chamber.
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MEP: We have come to Tehran to guarantee promises

Richard Howitt, a Member of the European Parliament, has said that the EP will open its Tehran office in 2016 after the conclusion of a nuclear deal between Iran and P5+1.
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Climate change causes spread of dust in region

Iraq, Jordan, Syria and the Arabian Peninsula are the major foreign centers for the dust pollution in Iran, the director of the Iranian Environment Department said.
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The chance for failure of nuclear talks is low: Mousavian

The chance for failure is low, Mousavian, currently a research scholar at Princeton University, said.
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Iranian official says diplomacy only solution to Yemen crisis

The National Security and Foreign Policy chief of Parliament censured the international community’s silence toward the deadly Saudi airstrikes against Yemen.
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Iranian rock band Piclavier raises awareness for Palestine

The five-member rock band, Piclavier, has recently received official permission to perform its first live gig.
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By hosting World Cup, Qatar aims to promote the fake Arabian Gulf: Political expert

Now that the British are officially opposed to Qatar, Iran needs to join the anti-corruption campaign at FIFA and salvage football, said Majid Tafreshi, an international relations expert.
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Veteran diplomat seems to have forgotten the facts

An analysis by IRNA has provided answers to remarks by Ryan Crocker, the former US ambassador to Iraq, on US policies in the Middle East and what has gone wrong in the terrorism-plagued country.
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ISIL poses a threat to Iran in the long run

A US-based Iranian lecturer has disputed the functionality of Iran’s policies on Saudi Arabia, saying that Tehran needs to adopt a better strategy in dealing with Riyadh.

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