In an in-depth interview Rafsanjani talks politics, past and present (PART ONE)

Chairman of the Expediency Council Hashemi Rafsanjani compares the problems and performance of his government and President Rouhani's.

Restoring balance to a skewed negotiating table

In an in-depth interview, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif talks about nuclear negotiations and how he is holding up.
Fatemeh Moghimi

The presence of women and the youth heralds profound changes in Iran’s economy

The business atmosphere in Iran has gradually become more welcoming to women, said Fatemeh Moghimi.
Ansarullah spokesman

Yemeni disintegration would not stop at national borders

The Ansarullah Movement says that Yemen needs unity more than anything else and a disintegrated Yemen will hearten secessionists in other regional nations.
Hamidreza Asefi

Two things that cause a breakdown in talks

A former Foreign Ministry spokesman says parties to the nuclear talks need to appreciate realities before they can reach a final comprehensive deal.
Nejatollah Ebrahimian-ISNA-1

Methods used in a small sheikhdom do not suit Iran

The Judiciary spokesman's comments on a ban on publication of news stories about the former president have drawn reaction.
Pirooz Mojtahedzadeh

Zionist lobby won’t allow US-Israel ties to weaken: Expert

The personal dispute between Obama and Netanyahu has prompted some to falsely believe that the US strategy has changed, says Pirooz Mojtahedzadeh.
Mansour Haghighat Pour

Don’t pin much hope on untrustworthy West: MP

The government should focus on domestic production and fulfillment of resistance-based economy, said Mansour Haghighatpour, an MP.

Iranian news agency interviews US State Department spokesman

Alan Eyre, a US State Department spokesman, says any final deal should be satisfying to both sides and guarantee their interests.
Hashemi-Malik Abdollah

Iran and Saudi Arabia; will protocols lose their significance again?

The Expediency Council chairman says the issues between Iran and Saudi Arabia should be addressed and the two countries should return to where they were.

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