Iran’s defense minister has dismissed the global hegemonic powers' advocacy of human rights, freedom and welfare of nations as "empty and flimsy slogans,"
In an opinion piece, Sharq daily looks at the Camp David Summit and what dissatisfied Arabs managed to gain in the US presidential retreat.
Led by Tayyeb Aqa, head of the Taliban bureau in Qatar, the delegation met with Iranian security officials and discussed regional issues.
The meeting was focused on issues related to the World of Islam, Lebanon and extremism.
Dreams of some states for controlling the region, creating strife and even disintegrating certain countries will never come true, said Velayati in a meeting with the Syrian president.
Tehran is determined to broaden relations with the Iraqi government in various defensive and security fields, said the Iranian defense minister in a meeting with his Iraqi counterpart.
All Muslims should fully tap into their potential and draw up a strategic and overarching plan in a bid to liberate the Al-Aqsa Mosque, said Velayati.
Iran's foreign minister has called on the UN to create a safe zone in Yemen to allow the delivery of humanitarian supplies to the poor country.
In an interview with an Iranian daily, the former Afghan foreign minister has weighed in on Tehran-Kabul relations in the past and at present.
The international community has digested the fact that regional problems cannot be solved in Iran’s absence, says a former ambassador.