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“Iran Should Take Advantage of ICJ’s Verdict against US”

Iran should capitalize on the International Court of Justice’s ruling against the US, urging Washington to implement it as a precondition for beginning of any bilateral talks.

ICJ’s Rulings Must Be Enforced: Iran VP

Iran’s vice president for legal affairs dismissed the notion that there is no guarantee that the International Court of Justice’s ruling on the country’s lawsuit against the US for breaching the 1955 Treaty of Amity and re-imposing sanctions would be enforced.

Iran Blasts US’ Decision to Quit Amity of Treaty

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has slammed the “outlaw regime” in Washington for quitting another treaty, the 1955 Treaty of Amity, Economic Relations, and Consular Rights between Iran and the US.
ICJ Ruling Proves US Sanctions against Iran Cruel: Statement

ICJ Ruling Proves US Sanctions against Iran Cruel: Statement

The Iranian Foreign Ministry has hailed the ruling issued by the International Court of Justice in the lawsuit filed by Iran against the United States.

ICJ Orders US Not to Hamper Investment in Iran

The International Court of Justice issued an interim order asking the US to stop anti-Iran measures that hamper foreign investment in Iran.

Three Sentenced to Death for Economic Corruption: Iran’s Judiciary

Iran's judicial officials have handed down death sentences to three people convicted of economic corruption amid an intense anti-corruption campaign launched by the Iranian government to tackle soaring economic problems currently nagging the country.

Protest Rally Held before Iran Parliament against FATF-Related Bill

A crowd of conservatives gathered in front of the Iranian parliament on Sunday to protest against a bill on Iran’s accession to Combating the Financing of Terrorism (CFT) convention, which is to be put to a vote in the parliament this week.

Iranian Court Gives Odd Sentence to Prank Caller

A court in Iran has given a strange sentence to a prank caller which urges him to post a placard in public asking for the plaintiff’s forgiveness.

Iran to Arrange Meeting with Argentina to Investigate AMIA Case

Iran has rejected the Argentine president’s claim that Tehran has not cooperated with Buenos Aires in the case of the bombing of AMIA building back in the 1990s, saying it will arrange a meeting between the two countries’ judiciaries to probe into the case.

Denmark to Extradite Al-Ahvazi Terrorists to Iran If Allegations Proven

Danish Foreign Ministry spokesman says Copenhagen will extradite members of an anti-Iran terrorist group who reside in the European country, if it finds evidence proving Iran’s allegation that they were behind the Saturday’s attack in south-western city of Ahvaz.

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