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Iranian interior minister: Voter turnout 41%

Iran’s interior minister puts the number of people who voted in the Friday parliamentary and Assembly of Experts elections at 25 million.

Underground Iranian singer indicted at first court session in Tehran

An underground singer has been put on trial in Iran after a number of people filed a complaint against him.

Former Tehran Friday prayers leader Ayatollah Emami Kashani laid to rest

Crowds of people on Monday held a funeral ceremony for late Friday prayers leader Ayatollah Mohammad Emami Kashani.

Official: Mass migration of Iranian nurses ‘serious alarm’ for healthcare system

The mass exodus of the nurses from Iran over their working conditions and low salaries poses a serious threat to the country’s healthcare system, the head of the Iranian Nursing Organization has said in a renewed warning.

President Raisi: Iran security not reliant on foreign powers

President Ebrahim Raisi says Iran is not dependent on any foreign country or power for its security.

Iranian daily: Did gov’t hear people’s alarming abstention from the vote?

As the final results of the parliamentary and Assembly of Experts elections in Iran came out, an Iranian daily has termed the 41-percent turnout in the polls, the lowest since the victory of the Islamic Revolution in 1979, ‘alarming.’

Vote count in Iran elections over

Vote count for Iran’s 290-seat parliament and the Assembly of Experts ended on Monday, three days after the elections, with the winners of 45 seats to be elected in the runoff polls.

Iran defense minister in Doha to visit Dimex

Brigadier General Mohammad Reza Gharaei Ashtiani, the Iranian Defense Minister, has touched down in Doha to hold crucial meetings with Qatari defense and military officials.

Iran executes “Mossad agent” for plotting attack on defense ministry workshop

Iran's state television has reported the execution of an individual involved in a plot to blow up a workshop complex of the Ministry of Defense in Isfahan.

Renowned Iranian movie director Asghar Farhadi receives Belgrade Victor Award

The 52nd Belgrade International Film Festival has conferred its Belgrade Victor Award for Outstanding Contribution to Film Art on globally acclaimed Iranian movie director and screenwriter Asghar Farhadi.

Iran parliamentary elections likely to go to run-off

Voting in the parliamentary elections in the Tehran constituency is likely to go to a second round.

Raisi: Having economic ties with Israel tantamount to supporting regime

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi criticized some Muslim countries for their inaction in the face of the Zionists, saying since the emergency meeting of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation in Riyadh, no effective action has been taken to stop the crimes of the Zionists in Gaza, and the economic relations of some regional governments with Israel continue.

Relief operations underway in Sistan and Baluchistan province, southeastern Iran

Iran’s Red Crescent secretary  general says more than 150 operational teams have been sent to the flood-hit areas of southeastern province of Sistan and Baluchistan with the support of 5 neighboring provinces.

Iranian research institute wins GECF award in Algiers

Iran’s Research Institute of Petroleum Industry (RIPI) has been granted the Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF)’s Award for Long-Term Commitment to Natural Gas in recognition of its contribution to the natural gas sector.

Iranian daily questions efficiency of electoral system in Iran

The electoral system in Iran is neither similar to the parliamentary democracy in other countries, nor can it lead to the emergence of the most deserved or popular candidates, an Iranian daily argues.

State news agency puts Iran elections turnout at 41 percent

Over 25 million people took part in Friday’s parliamentary and Assembly of Experts elections in Iran, which amounts to 41 percent of the total eligible votes, IRNA news agency reported.

Official: Women constitute 47 percent of voters in Iran elections

Spokesperson for Iran’s elections headquarters says women constitute 47 of voters in the country’s parliamentary and the Assembly of Experts Elections, while the remaining 53 percent are men.

Iranian singer Shervin Hajipour sentenced to over 3.8 years behind bars for ‘propagation against Establishment’

Shervin Hajipour, the singer of a song called ‘Baraye,’ has published the text of a court verdict against him, in which the Iranian artist has been sentenced to a total of 3 years and 8 months in prison for “propagating ideas against the Establishment and inciting people to riot,” reported the hammihanonline.ir website.

Iranian couples hold wedding ceremonies in polling stations

A bride and groom have cast their ballots in Iran’s parliamentary and Assembly of Experts elections at a polling station in the city of Saveh, in central Iran.

Polls open across Iran in parliamentary, Assembly of Experts elections

Polls have opened across Iran in the country’s legislative and Assembly of Experts elections.

Iran successfully receives signal from groundbreaking Pars 1 satellite

In a remarkable achievement, Iran has received signals from its recently launched Pars 1 satellite, which was successfully placed into a 500 km orbit from Russia's Vostochny launch base using a Soyuz launcher.

Iran Red Crescent rescues thousands amidst snow, blizzard crisis

The head of Iran's Red Crescent Rescue Organization, reported on the organization's extensive relief efforts for 15,986 individuals stranded in the snow and blizzard across 26 Iranian provinces.

Miraculous emergency birth rescue in snow-stranded region in northern Iran

During a phone call to the emergency center, a critical pregnancy situation unfolded in the snowbound region of Jajan, in the northern Iranian province of Mazandaran.

Official: Plans underway to facilitate Iranian singer Moein’s return to country

During the past few months there have been reports and denials that the Iranian pop singer Nasrollah Moein who lives in self-exile in the US will be given the green light to return to the country.

Report: Iran’s Mostazafan Foundation website hacked

A hacker group claims it has taken down Iran’s charitable Mostazafan Foundation’s website and released its documents.

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