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Tehran says will respond to US violation of Iran sovereignty

A news website affiliated with Iran’s Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) says American meddling in the country’s domestic affairs by overtly and covertly fuelling violent riots in different cities is nothing “negligible” and will definitely be faced with the necessary reaction from Tehran.

Iran’s IRGC targets terrorists in northern Iraq with artillery fire over role in riots

The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) launches artillery attacks on positions of the notorious Komola terror group based in northern Iraq, amid reports of the anti-Iran terrorists’ involvement in the recent deadly riots in some parts of the country.

Over 1,200 rioters identified in Iran, some arrested: Security source

An informed security source says more than 1,200 rioters involved in the recent unrest in Iran have been identified.

Iranian actor Amin Tarokh dies of heart failure aged 69

Famous Iranian actor Amin Tarokh has died of a heart disease at a hospital in Tehran.

Funeral in Mashahd for two people killed by rioters

People in the Iranian city of Mashhad have held a funeral ceremony for two people killed by rioters in recent days in Khorasan Razavi Province.

Iran’s Interior Ministry: Violent riots will only result in fear among public

Iran’s Interior Ministry has issued a statement in reaction to the recent unrest in the country following the death of an Iranian woman in police custody, advising people to stay away from violent rioters.

Iranian students start new school year

The new school year in Iran started earlier on Saturday after two years of coronavirus pandemic that closed educational centers.

Interior minister: There’s evidence Amini not subjected to beating in custody

Iran’s interior minister says definitive medical evidence suggests Mahsa Amini, who died in the custody of morality police last week, had not been subjected to beating by those in charge of the detention facility.

Iranian president: We will not yield to violent riots

The Iranian president says his government will listen to the complaints of the protesters who took to the streets after the death of a young Iranian woman in police custody, but will not yield to civil commotion and acts of vandalism by rioters.

Austrian FM says ready to play role in resolving issues in nuclear talks

The Austrian foreign minister has expressed his country’s readiness to play a constructive role in resolving the remaining issues with the International Atomic Energy Agency in line with efforts to conclude the Vienna talks.

Iran FM: Swedish court ruling against Iran national illegal

The Iranian foreign minister says the verdict issued by a Swedish court against former Iranian official Hamid Nouri lacked any credibility and legal qualifications.

Iran summons Swedish charge d’affaires over embassy attack

The Iranian foreign ministry has summoned the Swedish charge d’affaires in Tehran following the attack on the embassy of the Islamic Republic in Stockholm on Friday.

Raisi: UNGA events provided opportunity to present Iran’s views

Upon returning home, Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi says his participation in the 77th session of the UN General Assembly (UNGA) provided an opportunity to present the Islamic Republic’s views to the world body and shed light on the problems facing human societies.

Iran intel forces foil terror bomb attacks in Tabriz amid riots

Iranian intelligence forces have thwarted an attempt by terrorists to carry out bombings in the northwestern city of Tabriz amid a series of violent riots gripping several provinces in recent days.

Iran Army condemns rioters, vows to stand by police in defending nation

Iran’s Army condemns the recent acts of vandalism against public property and disruption of public security by rioters, pledging that it stands by its comrades in the Police Force to help foil the enemy plots and restore calm.

Iranians hold rallies nationwide to condemn violent riots

Iranians hold demonstrations across the country to condemn the recent deadly riots that have hit several cities, with elements behind the violence launching attacks on security forces, public property, and sanctities.

President Raisi meets Armenian PM, stresses regional stability

President Raisi of Iran, in a meeting with Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan in New York on Thursday, emphasized that the sovereignty of countries must be respected and any changes in the political geography of the region should be barred.

Iran’s judiciary chief orders speedy action against ‘rioters’

Iranian Judiciary Chief Gholamhossein Mohseni Ejei has ordered a swift action to deal with 'rioters' to maintain peace and security across the country after several days of protests following the death of a young Iranian woman who police confirm had a heart attack in custody.

Judiciary official: Iranian citizens in US custody not in good condition

Two Iranian nationals, who are under arrest in the United States, have been experiencing unfavorable conditions for one year, Secretary of Iran’s High Council for Human Rights Kazem Gharibabadi says.

Analyst: Russia’s plebiscite in East Ukraine likely to trigger new conflict

A political commentator says the referendum that Russia is holding in the eastern regions newly separated from Ukraine is likely to trigger a new wave of conflict between Moscow, on the one side, and Kiev and its Western allies, on the other.

Raisi: US claim of ‘goodwill’ inconsistent with imposition of new bans amid talks

President Ebrahim Raisi of Iran says the US’s claim of seeking to return to the 2015 nuclear deal is incompatible with the move to impose even more sanctions on the Islamic Republic at a time when negotiations are still underway to revive the agreement.

President Raisi: No nuclear deal without end to safeguard issues

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi says in order to reach a real and reassuring agreement with major world powers to revive a 2015 nuclear deal, the safeguard issues and all probes, which have been used by the West as a Damocles sword, must be terminated in the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

Iran’s Raisi to Guterres: UN must serve nations, not big powers

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi stresses the United Nations’ role in enabling nations to resolve their own issues free from foreign interference, saying the world body should truly serve nations, and not the agenda of big powers.

“Russia cannot afford defeat in Ukraine and could use nukes”

The director of an Iran-based think tank says it’s likely that Russia will use nukes in the war in Ukraine.

Iranian president deputy says Tehran ready for deal if other side gives assurances

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi’s deputy chief of staff for political affairs says Iran is ready for the revival of the 2015 nuclear deal if the US gives assurances that it will not repeat its past mistakes and will abide by its commitments.

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