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Clashes reported between Iran border guards, Taliban forces amid tensions over water
Clashes have broken out between Iranian border guards and Afghanistan’s Taliban forces on the joint border between the two countries, media reports say.
Iran tourism: Rig-e Zarrin sand desert in Yazd
The Rig-e Zarrin sand desert is one of the most spectacular tourist destinations in Yazd Province of Iran.
Iran rejects Ukraine president’s anti-Tehran claims as worthless and baseless
The spokesman for the Iranian Foreign Ministry described the recent remarks by the Ukrainian president against the Islamic Republic as a blame game aimed at diverting the public opinion and a political stunt mixed with baseless claims, saying that such accusations are thus worthless.
Analyst: Talks with Europe won’t solve JCPOA case; Iran needs direct talks with US
An Iranian analyst says a revival of the Iran 2015 nuclear deal will not be possible with the Europeans, and that the Islamic Republic should engage in direct negotiations with the United States to that end.
Academic: Up to 10% of Iran’s population emigrated due to ‘social upheavals’
An Iranian academic claims that between 8 to 10 percent of the country’s entire population has emigrated to other countries, most of whom have been professionals and scientists.
Iran confirms freedom of diplomat from Belguime jail
The spokesman for the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs says Assadollah Assadi, the Iranian diplomat who was arrested in Europe on terrorism charges, has been set free following "five years of suffering in captivity."
MP: Iran’s SE province to face problems if water doesn’t reach there in 3 months
An Iranian lawmaker and ex-envoy to Afghanistan says the southeastern border province of Sistan and Baluchestan will face numerous problems if the water shortages, caused by the Taliban’s blocking of Helmand River’s inflow, drag on for three more months.
Iran plans two new satellites launches in months to come: Defense chief
The Iranian defense chief announces plans to launch two more satellites into orbit in the months to come, as the country keeps up efforts to promote its space industry.
Iran, Iraq FMs discuss implementing security deals
The foreign ministers of Iran and Iraq have, in a telephone conversation, discussed ways to implement the security deals signed between the two countries.
Iran rules out recognizing current Taliban rulers of Afghanistan
Iran’s Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian says Tehran is discontent with the fact that an inclusive government has not been formed yet in Afghanistan, adding Iran will not recognize the current Taliban rulers of Afghanistan.
Iran Parliament receives govt. bill on confronting hijab violations
The Iranian Parliament receives a government-approved bill aimed at confronting violations of mandatory hijab, or headscarf, in public locations through fines and denial of banking services to wrongdoers.
Iran unveils advanced 2,000 km ballistic missile
The Iranian Defense Ministry unveils an advanced ballistic missile, designed and built by the country’s experts, which can travel 2,000 kilometers and carry a 1,500-kilogram warhead.
Iran to seek arbitration if water share negotiations fail with Taliban: Vice president
Iranian Vice President for Legal Affairs Mohammad Dehqan says Tehran would seek arbitration if negotiations over water rights fail with the Afghan Taliban.
Iran sends 1st batch of Hajj pilgrims to Saudi Arabia
Iran sends a first batch of pilgrims from 10 provinces to Saudi Arabia for the 2023 Hajj rituals in the holy city of Makkah.
IRGC busts terror group planning sabotage attack in Iran’s southeast
Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) dismantles a terror group that was planning to conduct a sabotage operation in the country’s southeastern region.
‘Israeli claims on Iran nuclear work new, nonsense psy-war to shift attention away from its woes’
Iran’s nuclear chief reacts to a Western media report about the construction of a secret nuclear site in the Zagros Mountain range, describing it as yet another Israeli psychological warfare aimed at diverting attention away from the regime’s internal crisis.
Iran, ASEAN stress efforts to bolster bilateral cooperation
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi calls for efforts to realize the goals set by Tehran and the Indonesia-based Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) for the promotion of bilateral cooperation.
Iran Nuclear chief: Demand on rise worldwide for Iranian-made heavy water
Iran’s nuclear chief says demand has been on the rise from companies and countries around the world for the high-quality heavy water produced in Iran as well as its derivatives.
US military vessel traffic in Persian Gulf down by over 83%: Iranian commander
A commander with the aerial defense force in southern Iran says traffic by US military vessels in the Persian Gulf has declined by over 83 percent.
Turkey plan to build dams on Aras River to turn 3 Iranian provinces into deserts: Univ. professor
An Iranian university professor and researcher says regional development plans by the Turkish government, including projects to construct dams on Aras River, will result in the drying out of three Iranian provinces.
Iran arrests four over links with Jaish al-Adl terrorist group
Iran says it has arrested four individuals suspected of being linked to the Jaish al-Adl terrorist group in the country’s southeast.
Iran’s top court revokes death sentences of young man arrested during 2022 unrest
The Iranian Supreme Court revokes the death sentences handed down to Javad Rouhi, who was arrested during the unrest last year and found guilty of three capital offenses.
President Raisi in Jakarta: Iran, Indonesia sign cooperation deals, set goal for boosting trade
Iran and Indonesia sign several agreements for cooperation in various sectors, stressing their determination to boost the value of annual bilateral trade to $20 billion in the future.
IRNA: Satellite images refute Taliban’s water shortage claims in dispute with Iran
Newly-released satellite images show a considerable amount of water at the two controversial dams built by Afghanistan on the Helmand River shared with Iran, contrary to the Taliban’s claims of water shortages there.
Iran’s president in Indonesia for high-level talks
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi is in Indonesia on an official visit aimed at promoting relations, particularly in the economic field, between the two Muslim countries.