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ICJ Dismisses US Objections on Iran Sanctions Case: Spokesman

Iran’s foreign ministry spokesman says the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in the Hague has announced that it has jurisdiction over a case on violations of the 1955 Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance, rejecting all the US objections in this regard.
Seized South Korean Ship in Iran

‘Crew of Seized South Korean Ship Allowed to Leave Iran’

Foreign Ministry Spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh says Tehran has, in a humanitarian move, allowed the crew members of the South Korean ship seized by Iran due to environmental concerns, to leave the country.
Iran Welcomes Cessation of Hostilities in Karabakh

Iran Blacklists Trump, Nine Other US Officials for ‘Acts of Terror’

Iran’s foreign ministry spokesman says the country has put on its sanctions list a host of senior US officials for their role and involvement in Washington’s acts of terror against Iran and Iranian nationals and violation of their human rights.

Legal Proceedings Underway into Case of Seized South Korean Ship: Iran

The Iranian foreign ministry spokesman says legal proceedings are underway into the case of a South Korean ship seized by Iran for environmental concerns.

Tehran Vows to Sue US If It Keeps Harrassing Iranian Diplomats

Iran’s foreign ministry spokesman says Tehran has officially warned the United States that it will bring a lawsuit with the International Court of Justice against that country if it continues its illegal actions against Iranian diplomats.

Iran Pushing for UN Condemnation of US Killing of General Soleimani: Zarif

The Iranian foreign minister says his ministry is seeking to urge the UN special rapporteur to condemn the United States for its illegal murders, particularly the assassinating top Iranian commander General Qassem Soleimani.

Probe Still Underway into Ukrainian Plane Crash: Tehran Prosecutor

The Tehran military prosecutor says legal proceedings are underway into the downing of the Ukrainian plane on January 8, 2020, and one person is still under arrest.

Iran Ratifies Act on Tackling Online Fake News, Disinformation

The Iranian Supreme Council of Cyberspace has ratified a document that imposes requirements to prevent and counter fake news and erroneous information in the virtual space.
Iran to Prosecute 45 Americans over Their Role in Medical Sanctions

US Sentenced to Paying Damages to Iranians Harmed by Its Crimes

Iran’s Judiciary spokesman says Iranian courts are reviewing lawsuits filed by Iranian citizens harmed by US criminal acts, and have already sentenced the US to pay at least $1 billion to the Iranian victims.

Iran’s Cabinet Passes Bill on Preventing Violence against Women

The Iranian cabinet has ratified a bill that would protect the women’s dignity and support them against violence.