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Artistic tapestry of felting: Mahmoud Hallajian’s legacy in Iran’s Ramsar

In the picturesque city of Ramsar in the Mazandaran province, a tale of artistry and heritage was woven into the fibers of felt.

Iran condemns repeated desecration of Holy Quran in Sweden, urges practical measures

Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Nasser Kanaani has condemned the insulting, again, of the holy Quran in Sweden.

Iran says security pact with Iraq should be fully implemented

Iran says a security agreement with Iraq to tackle the anti-Iran terror groups in northern Iraq, should be implemented to the letter.

Iran says to organize Afghan migrants to allay public concerns

An Iranian parliamentarian says a program is underway to organize the presence of Afghan refugees in the country.

Official: Iran’s non-oil exports hit 54.6 billion dollars

The head of the Customs Organization of Iran says the country’s non-oil exports hit 54.6 billion dollars in the first half of the Persian year of 1402, starting on March 21, 2023.

Iranian musician appointed as Tehran Symphony Orchestra permanent conductor 

Manouchehr Sahbaee is appointed as the permanent conductor of the Tehran Symphony Orchestra.

Iranian experts contain oil pollution off Ganaveh Port along Persian Gulf

The CEO of Iran Oil Terminals Company says thanks to efforts by domestic experts, the repairing of the oil pipeline from Ganaveh coast, along the Persian Gulf, that faced some problems due to an oil leak has been successfully completed.

Iranian speaker: BRICS’ equivalent of SWIFT can replace US-owned money transfer system 

Iran’s Parliament Speaker Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf says BRICS has its own money transfer system which can replace US-owned SWIFT.  

Top Iranian general slams deadly bombing in Pakistan, says Tehran ready to fight terror with Islamabad

Chairman of Iran’s Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mohammad Bagheri says Iranian armed forces are ready for any cooperation with the Pakistani army in fighting terrorism.

Minister: Iran self-sufficient in producing 97 percent of domestic needs for medicine

Iran’s health minister says the country can provide up to 97 percent of the needs for medicines and 40 percent of the medical equipment at home.

Iran Leader’s aide: US forced Ukraine into war, causing further mayhem in region

A senior advisor to the Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei on international affairs says that the United States pushed Ukraine into the conflict with Russia by providing it with weapons and munitions, which stoked the tensions.

Iranian parl. speaker hopeful ties with Egypt improve, invited to Cairo 

Iran’s Parliament Speaker Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf says he is hopeful that Iran and Egypt will restore their diplomatic relations soon. 

Iran’s Bushehr holds third tourism festival 

Iran’s southern province of Bushehr, with a long coastline along the Persian Gulf, is holding the third tourism festival in the tourist village and Shoghab Beach Park in the provincial capital. 

Iran inaugurates power plant for industries in Isfahan’s Mobarakeh

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi inaugurated a combined cycle power plant earlier on Friday in Isfahan’s Mobarakeh Steel Company as part of a larger plan to help industries generate the power they need and remove obstacles for production.

Intelligence Minister: Iran thwarts extensive assassination plot against officials 

Iranian security forces have foiled a string of extensive assassination plots to target Sunni clerics, judges, and Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) members across the country, the intelligence minister has announced. 

Iran, Pakistan agree to streamline border operations at Mirjaveh crossing

Iran and Pakistan have struck a deal to facilitate road transportation and border operations to ensure timely clearance of goods in order to increase the daily traffic movements through the shared Mirjaveh-Taftan border crossing at least four-fold.

Fire erupts at warehouse complex in northern Tehran

A significant fire broke out at a warehouse housing store supplies, food, and plastic situated along a bustling highway in north of the Iranian capital, Tehran.

IRGC aerospace force unveils Noor 3 satellite advancements, future space endeavors

Ali Jafarabadi, Space Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guard Corps (IRGC) Aerospace Force, revealed significant details about the successful launch of the Noor 3 satellite.

Iran’s envoy stresses promoted trade ties with Saudi Arabia

Iran’s ambassador to Saudi Arabia says Tehran and Riyadh have to overcome the hurdles to increase bilateral trade ties after years of severed relations.

Iranian reformists meet with former president Rouhani in lead-up to parliamentary elections 

A reformist faction in Iran calling themselves Kargozaran Sazandegi have held a meeting with former Iranian president Hassan Rouhani in the run-up to the 2024 parliamentary elections.

Iran’s nuclear chief: IAEA inspects Iran 10 times more than other countries 

The director of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran says the UN nuclear oversight body, the IAEA, conducts ten times more inspections of the Iranian atomic installations than those of other countries.

Iran indicts 73 Americans for assassinating General Qassem Soleimani 

The Iranian Judiciary has issued indictments for 73 Americans over their involvement in the assassination of General Qassem Soleimani, the anti-terror icon.

Iranian minister: Illegal migrants to be extradited

Iran says it will follow a stricter agenda to extradite illegal foreign migrants, a vast majority of them Afghans, to their home countries and will make the arrangements to organize the legal arrivals.

Iran successfully launches Nour 3 satellite into orbit

Iran successfully launched the Nour 3 satellite into orbit on Wednesday morning in its latest show of force, the minister of information and communications technology made the announcement.

Iran, China weigh plans for construction of nuclear power plants

Iranian and Chinese top officials have discussed plans for construction of nuclear power plants and stressed the need to fight unilateralism in the world.

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