Sunday, June 26, 2022


President: Distrusting enemies key to progress

Iranian President Ebrahim Raeisi says Iran has progressed whenever the nation has trusted in God, relied on domestic capabilities, and distrusted the enemies.

Leader: Enemies miscalculating in plot to pit Iranians against govt.

Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says the enemies are making miscalculations in their conspiracy to pit the Iranian nation against the Islamic establishment, urging everyone to adhere to the pure ideals and teachings of Imam Khomeini to foil such hostile plots.

Raisi promises zero tolerance toward those responsible for building collapse

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi says the government will go after those responsible for the building collapse in the southern city of Abadan and it will show zero leniency toward violations of laws in connection with the incident.

Iranian president visits site of building collapse in Abadan

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has made a surprise visit to the site of a deadly building collapse in the southern city of Abadan.

Iranian daily criticizes senior clerics for ‘contradictory’ remarks on inflation

An Iranian daily has criticized two senior clerics, who lead Tehran’s Friday Prayers, for what it described as contradictory comments about inflation under President Ebrahim Raisi and the same issue under previous administrations.

Ceremony held at Tehran’s Azadi Stadium to sign “Salute Commandant” anthem

Iranians have attended a ceremony at Tehran’s Azadi Stadium in their thousands to sign en masse a famous anthem dubbed “Salute Commandant” that has also gone viral on media platforms.

Locals mourn victims of tragic building collapse in Iran’s Abadan

People in Abadan have held a touching mourning ceremony on the streets for the victims of a tragic building collapse in the southeastern Iranian city, which has claimed at least 18 lives so far, while several others remain trapped under the rubble.

Assassinated IRGC officer laid to rest in Tehran

People have held a funeral in Tehran for a member of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps who was assassinated on Sunday by two attackers in the Iranian capital.

Govt. rejects reports on fuel prices rise

Iran’s government spokesman has dismissed reports that the president is considering a rise in gasoline prices, after Ebrahim Raisi’s comments on “difficult economic decisions” triggered panic about further economic woes, amid raging inflation.

Leader says boosting birth rate ‘vital’ to Iran’s future

Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says increasing the birth rate in Iran is “vital” to the country’s future.

Foreign Ministry spokesman pays tribute to slain journalist at Embassy of Palestine

Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh paid a visit to the Embassy of Palestine in Tehran, where he signed a commemorative notebook in memory of martyred Palestinian journalist Shireen Abu Akleh.

President Raisi: Iran follows unity of Shias and Sunnis as strategy not a tactic

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has underlined the significance of unity of Shias and Sunnis in Iran stressing that Sunni compatriots and scholars have a significant place in the history of the country.

Iranian lawmaker confirms death of one in Dezfoul unrest

An Iranian lawmaker for the city of Dezfoul in Iran’s Khouzestan Province says a man who was killed during recent protests in the city was not a local.

Iranians hold vigil in solidarity with Palestine after Israeli murder of veteran reporter

A group of Iranian people and media workers have held a gathering in Tehran against the Israeli military’s cold-blooded murder of a veteran Al Jazeera reporter who long covered the regime’s atrocities in the occupied territories.

Sporadic protests in Iran against staple food price hikes

Sporadic protests happened on Thursday evening in a few cities in Iran against price hikes of subsidized staple food.

Raisi: Foreign interference undermines regional security

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi says any foreign interference in the region would be detrimental to its security.

Iran’s leader calls for officials to pay more attention to livelihoods of teachers

Iran’s leader Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has hailed Iranian teachers for their efforts, especially during the Covid pandemic and called for improvement of their livelihoods.

President Raisi: Govt. seeking to materialize 8% economic growth

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi says the government is seeking an eight percent economic growth and management of the so-called preferential foreign currency rate, allocated to some basic goods to prevent a rise in their prices.

Iranians rally outside the Swedish embassy in Tehran

The families of some of the victims of attacks by the Mojahedin-e-Khalq terrorist group and a group of students have held a protest outside the Swedish embassy in Tehran.

Iran’s leader: Knowledge-based companies must keep job opportunities alive

The leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution has once again underlined the role of knowledge-based companies in increasing job opportunities.

President Raisi says his administration ‘doesn’t seek to remove subsidies’ for essential goods

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi says his administration seeks to reform the allocation of subsidies for essential goods but does not aim to eliminate them.

Iranian daily attacks decision to allow UN special rapporteur to visit Iran

An Iranian daily known for its conservative viewpoints has harshly attacked a decision by Iran’s Judiciary to allow UN Special Rapporteur Alena Douhan to visit the country.

Iranian daily seems to suggest Russian envoy to Tehran be declared persona non grata

An Iranian daily has lashed out at Russian Ambassador to Tehran Levan Dzhagaryan for his “bleak record” of interference in Iran’s affairs and disrespect for the country’s values.

Majority of Iranians say they want Iran deal revived: Poll

A majority of Iranians say they want the Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi administration to revive the 2015 Iran nuclear deal.

Official: 527k foreign children study in Iranian schools

At least 527,000 foreign children, mostly Afghans, study in Iranian schools. According to a senior Education Ministry official, others include school children from Bangladesh, Pakistan, Iraq, and a few other countries.

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