Friday, March 31, 2023


US Lies that Iran’s Medical Sector Not Sanctioned: Expert

An Iranian analyst has warned about the consequences of US economic terrorism, saying sanctions are a criminal policy that has grave effects on human life, health, and security.

Retired Nurse Returns to Help Tackle Coronavirus Crisis in Iran

As Iran is severely hit by the outbreak of a novel coronavirus, many nurses and doctors have volunteered to work in the special centres for treatment of COVID-19 patients. Among them is a retired nurse who has returned to help tackle the nationwide crisis.

‘US Sanctions Impeding Coronavirus Treatment in Iran’

A senior doctor says US sanctions have contributed to shortages of medical equipment in Iran, which has affected efforts to contain coronavirus and treat patients.

‘Deal of the Century’ to Further Unite Palestinians: Iran FM

Iran’s foreign minister says the so-called “Deal of the Century” plan can bring Palestinians closer together to press ahead with their resistance.

‘US Must Give Iran Equipment for Reading Ukrainian Plane’s Black Box’

Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says the United States must give Tehran the means and equipment required for extracting data from the black box of the Ukrainian plane which was accidentally shot down in Tehran last month.

Envoy Asks Iran to Avoid Inessential Restriction on Chinese Travelers

China's Ambassador to Iran Chang Hua has called on the Islamic Republic not to place unnecessary restrictions on the Chinese passengers and avoid going over the limits set by the World Health Organization in the wake of outbreak of a novel coronavirus.

Iran Blasts Europe’s ‘Disastrous’ Subservience to US

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has expressed regret that European powers are so much “subservient” to the United States.

Ukraine Plane Crash: Eyewitnesses Say Can’t Sleep Anymore

Flight 752, which had taken off around 06:13 a.m. on Wednesday 8 January 2020 destined for Kiev, the capital city of Ukraine, was accidentally shot down by two anti-aircraft defence system missiles only six minutes afterwards.

Talks with Iran as Valuable as Nobel Prize for Trump: Ex-Envoy

A former Iranian ambassador says the US administration is so obsessed with the plans for talks with Iran that entering direct negotiations with Tehran would be just as precious as winning the Nobel prize in the eyes of US President Donald Trump.

Acclaimed Iranian Cartoonist Recounts Woes of His 50-Year Career

Javad Alizadeh, a self-taught Iranian cartoonist with 30 international awards, has talked about his four-decade career as one of the most successful cartoonists of Iran.

Economist Explains Reasons for Advocating Fuel Rationing in Iran

One of the most fervent advocates of new regulations on fuel consumption in Iran says a series of public protests in the wake of a recent hike in the price of subsidized gasoline had other social reasons.

‘Iran Must Reinforce Its Laws on Violence against Women’

A lawyer and women’s rights activist has weighed on violence against women in the Islamic Republic of Iran and the country’s laws and regulations to protect women.

‘Iran Must Not Pay Heed to EU Threats on Its Commitment Cuts’

An Iranian ex-diplomat says Tehran must not pay heed to the threats of Europeans regarding the reduction of its commitments under the nuclear deal, saying that Iran has benefited not at all from the JCPOA so far and in case of withdrawal from the accord, it will lose nothing important.

FATF Bills: In the Interest or to the Detriment of Iran?

A senior Iranian economic activist believes that the approval of the bills proposed by the Iranian government to adopt the standards set by the global anti-money laundering watchdog FATF can be very useful in the current situation.

Turkey Walking on Tightrope Held by US and Russia

An Iranian expert of Turkish developments says Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is pursuing a policy of balancing power between the United States and Russia in Syria and is walking on a tightrope the two sides of which are controlled by Washington and Moscow. 

‘Dress Code, Alcohol Ban Not Keeping Tourists from Visiting Iran’

The former head of Iran’s Tourism Organisation says the compulsory hijab and a ban on alcohol in Iran do not prevent foreign tourists from visiting Iran. “The tourists visit Iran, come hell or high water."

Lebanon Crisis May Get Worse after Hariri’s Resignation: Expert

An Iranian political analyst has weighed on possible future scenarios for Lebanon after recent developments, saying that the situation in the country may get worse after Prime Minister Saad Hariri's resignation.

The Iceman Cometh; What’s Putin Doing in Mideast? (Part II)

The recent visits of Russian President Vladimir Putin to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have raised the eyebrows in the region, causing observers to wonder what the Russian leader is doing in the Middle East. A senior expert has provided answers to this question.

The Iceman Cometh; What’s Putin Doing in Mideast?

The recent visits of Russian President Vladimir Putin to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have raised the eyebrows in the region, causing observers to wonder what the Russian leader is doing in the Middle East. A senior expert has provided answers to this question.

Laughter Best Response to EU’s Call for Talks with Trump: Iran

The Iranian president’s chief of staff Mahmoud Vaezi says President Hassan Rouhani’s laughter was the best response to the insistence of British and French leaders on arranging a meeting with US President Donald Trump.

General Soleimani Reveals Untold Facts of 2006 Lebanon War

After 20 years, for the first time since being appointed as the Chief Commander of Quds brigade, General Soleimani was interviewed by The following is the first part of the interview:

Trump Took Trust Away from Relationship: Rouhani

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has downplayed the chance of a meeting with his American counterpart Donald Trump this week, and blamed him for damaging relations between the two countries.

Iran Ready for ‘Denuclearization’ If US Bans Lifted: Zarif

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says the country is prepared to sign an additional protocol, allowing for more intrusive inspections of the country's nuclear facilities if all sanctions are lifted.

Iran Downplays New US Deployment as ‘Posturing’

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has told the CBS News’ “Face the Nation” program that the US’ decision to deploy new forces to Saudi Arabia and the UAE is just posturing.

Yemeni Drone Attacks Aimed at Forcing Saudis to End War: Ansarullah

A senior member of the Supreme Political Council of Yemen’s Ansarullah Movement says the goal of the Yemeni army’s recent drone strike at Aramco oil facilities was to force Saudi Arabia to end the war.

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