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Minister: Iranian security forces disband over 12 terrorist teams linked to Israel

Iranian Intelligence Minister Esmail Khatib says the country’s security forces have disbanded more than 12 terrorist groups that were linked to the Israeli regime.

MPs urge Iran’s govt. branches to help sooth economic, political tensions

A group of Iranian lawmakers have written to the heads of the three branches of the government to adopt measures aimed at calming the political and economic tensions that have gripped the country over the past few months.

Uzbek president urges road map for economic cooperation with Iran

Uzbekistan’s President Shavkat Mirziyoyev has called for the formation of a joint committee by the Foreign Ministries of Iran and Uzbekistan in order to draw up a road map for economic cooperation between the two countries.

Iranian FM: Tehran to defend territorial integrity of Azerbaijan

The Iranian foreign minister has reaffirmed that Tehran has always defended and will always defend the territorial integrity of Azerbaijan Republic.

Iranian lawmaker: Leaving NPT and expulsion of IAEA inspectors on the table

An Iranian lawmaker has said the Islamic republic of Iran has put on the table leaving the nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty, NPT, and expelling the UN atomic watchdog’s inspectors from the country as a response to the recent draft resolution of the European parliament against the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC).

Police arrest members of a gang involved in a range of crimes

Police in the Iranian capital have dismantled a cell whose members allegedly involved in a range of crimes.

President Raisi: Iran to stand by Syria during reconstruction

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi says the Islamic Republic will stand by Syria during the reconstruction period like during the resistance era.

Official: Brain drain in Iran escalating into general immigration

The rate of migration by Iranians has increased 1.5 times in recent years. That’s according to the head of the immigration observatory of Iran.

Panther sighted in Damavand area of Iran

The environment department in Damavand County, north of the Iranian capital Tehran, has confirmed the rare sighting of a panther in the area.

Two Iranian police officers killed in southeastern province of Sistan and Balouchestan

The police commander in the southeastern Iranian province of Sistan and Balouchestan says two of its forces have been killed in an ambush during a patrol mission in Bampour County.

Iran FM: Emotional behavior to prove costly for Europe

Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian has warned the European countries that “emotional behavior” by Europeans will prove costly for them.

Iran condemns EU, UK bans on real and legal persons, vows own sanctions

Iran has strongly condemned a move by the European Union and Britain to impose sanctions on some Iranian real and legal persons, saying Tehran will soon announce its own bans against the Europeans.

Iran health ministry warns against Covid normalcy

Iran’s health ministry is warning against normalcy concerning the coronavirus pandemic.

President Raisi: Iran wants full implementation of agreements with Russia

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi says Iran wants to fully implement all its agreements with Russia. President Raisi made the comment in a meeting with the chairman of Russia’s State Duma in Tehran on Monday.

Iran says one million patients treated using domestically-made radiopharmaceuticals

The director of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran says the country has reached international standards in the production of radiopharmaceuticals, adding around one million patients are being treated annually using these drugs.

Iran parliament not discussing closure of Strait of Hormuz: Presiding Board member

The spokesman for the Presiding Board of the Iranian parliament says no motion regarding the closure of the Strait of Hormuz is on the chamber’s agenda, after a lawmaker floated the idea on Sunday.

Iran Foreign Ministry: No direct bilateral talks with US government

Iran’s foreign ministry spokesman has reacted to reports of talks between Tehran’s Ambassador to the United Nations Amir Saeed Iravani and US Special Representative on Iran Robert Malley, saying Tehran is holding no direct bilateral talks with Washington.

UN official document orders staff to say “Persian Gulf”

Former Iranian diplomat Seyyed Hossein Mousavian has posted on its Twitter account an image of an official UN document which tells all staff to use the name “Persian Gulf” instead of other fake words including “Gulf”.

Iran’s intelligence ministry slams EU parliament’s resolution against IRGC

The Iranian intelligence ministry has in a statement condemned the recent draft resolution of the European parliament against Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps.

Iran FM does not rule out exit from NPT if Europe blacklists IRGC

Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian has not ruled out the possibility of Tehran’s withdrawal from the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) if the Europeans fail to revise their “belligerent polices” toward the Islamic Republic.

Iranian daily urges govt. to suspend ties with Europe, warns of losses over IRGC designation

An Iranian daily close to the Principlist camp urges the government to suspend ties with the European countries that support the designation of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC), as the main organ of the Iranian military, as a “terrorist” entity.

People celebrate snowfall with snowman festival in Iran’s Hamedan

People in Iran’s northwestern province of Hamedan join a snowman festival as heavy downpours cover the region in white.

Expert: Anti-Iran comments by China, Iraq and S Korea show they ignore Iran’s interests  

An Iranian political expert has said the stance of the leaders of China, South Korea and Iraq on Iran show that they think it’s the right time to attack the Islamic Republic’s interests or at least ignore its interests.

Official: ‘Iran burning mazut in 14 power plants’ as major cities suffer from air pollution

A Health Ministry officials says 14 Iranian power plans currently burn mazut, a low-quality fuel oil that negatively affects the quality of air.

MP: IRGC must levy tolls on European ships passing through strategic Hormuz Strait

An Iranian lawmaker proposes that the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC), which is tasked with providing security in the Hormuz Strait, levy tolls on the European vessels seeking to pass through the strategic waterway.

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