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Iran Covid: 6 killed, daily caseload decreases in 24 hours

The Iranian Health Ministry on Saturday said Covid had killed 6 people in the past 24 hours. This comes as the Friday death toll from Covid was zero.

Iran to discuss sandstorms with regional countries

Iran says it will hold talks with its neighboring countries to find a solution for the dust storms that have been plaguing the region.

Iran says to keep developing nuclear knowhow

Iran’s foreign minister has reiterated that the country is not seeking an A-bomb, but will keep developing its nuclear knowhow.

Iran health minister urges people to get boosters despite Covid zero death

Iran’s Health Minister has warned Iranians that Covid-19 has not been completely eradicated yet despite nobody died of the disease in the past 24 hours.

Second accident in site of train derailment in eastern Iran

A video has gone viral in Iran in which a train that derailed several days ago in the country’s east caused a second accident.

Iran daily Covid death toll zero on Friday

Covid has left zero deaths for a second time in 24 hours in Iran since it reached the country over two years ago.

Iran train accident victims mourned

A funeral procession was held on Friday in the Iranian city of Yazd for the victims of a train accident that left at least 22 people dead and dozens more wounded.

Russia healthcare sector calls for expansion of ties with Iran

Officials from Russia’s healthcare sector have called for the expansion of ties with Tehran to meet the country’s needs for medical supplies by importing Iranian products.

Iranian minister says cause of train accident yet to be established

Iran’s interior minister has said there are a range of possibilities that could have caused Wednesday deadly train accident in the country’s northeast.

Iran advancing in regenerative medicine, thanks to stem cells progress

Iran’s achievements in the field of stem cells has helped the country advance in a regenerative medicine, a branch of medicine dealing with the replacement of damaged cells.

Covid deaths in Iran drops to 3

The number of deaths from the coronavirus pandemic in Iran increased to 141,342 on Wednesday with 3 more people having died of the disease over the past 24 hours.

Day of mourning declared in Iran’s Yazd Province over rail accident

Iran’s government has declared Thursday a public day of mourning in the province of Yazd over a deadly rail accident that killed a number of people.

Iran building collapse death toll rises to 43

After strenuous efforts by the rescue teams, more bodies have been recovered from the rubble of the building that collapsed in the southwestern Iranian city of Abadan two weeks ago, raising the death toll to 43, the governor of the city said.

Iran’s Leader: Hajj teaches coexistence

The Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei received a host of officials in charge of the Hajj pilgrimage on Wednesday in Tehran.

At least 21 killed in Iran train derailment

A deadly rail accident in Iran’s South Khorasan Province has killed at least 21 people and injured scores of others.

How two Iranian women reached the peak of Mount Everest

Last month, two Iranian women managed to reach the top of Mount Everest. Afsaneh Hesamifard and Elham Ramezani arrived at the peak on May 14 and 15, respectively, within a 30-day period.

Strong winds rio through Tehran

A crisis control and prevention official, citing reports, said two of the injured received outpatient treatment and four were hospitalized.

Iraqi minister says Iranian pilgrims visit Iraq visa-free daily

Iraqi Interior Minister Othman al-Qanemi says Baghdad has agreed to let 2 thousand Iranian pilgrims enter Iraq visa-free through ground border crossings. Qanemi was speaking in Tehran on Tuesday where he met with his Iranian counterpart Ahmad Vahidi.

7 people die of Covid in Iran

Iranian Health Ministry figures on Tuesday showed that Covid had killed 7 people in the past 24 hours across the country.

14 suspects arrested over Iran building collapse case

The Iranian judiciary spokesman says 14 people have been arrested in connection with a building collapse in the southwestern Iranian city of Abadan.

Burglars damage bank deposit boxes in Iran

In a rare incident, dozens of safe deposit boxes in one of Iran’s Bank Melli branches in the capital have been damaged by bandits, a statement by the bank confirmed earlier reports.

Iranian expert says more needed to prevent resurgence of Covid

Iran is in a favorable situation in terms of handling the Covid-19 pandemic, but the country needs to take more robust steps to prevent the disease from rearing its head again, a top virology expert says.

Iran says consulting with Saudi Arabia over air pollution

Saudi Arabia is the main origin of dust particles, the head of the Iranian Department of Environment said. The official added that Tehran is consulting with Saudis to jointly tackle the air pollution from dust particles.

Covid kills 1 person across Iran in 24 hours

Iran on Monday logged only one death from Covid countrywide over the past 24 hours. Health Ministry figures also recorded 59 new cases of the Coronavirus.

Iran building collapse death toll mounts to 41

Three more bodies were pulled out from under the rubble in a building collapse in the southwestern Iranian city of Abadan and the death toll from the tragic event rose to 41, an official confirmed on Monday.

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