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LG, Samsung Deny Leaving Iran over US Sanctions: Report

South Korea’s Samsung Electronics has denied reports that it was withdrawing from the Iranian market in the face of US sanctions, London-based bne IntelliNews says.

Iran FM Says to Visit North Korea Soon

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says he is planning to visit North Korea in the near future.

Iran Ready for Counter-Terror Cooperation in West Asia: DM

Iran's defence minister says the country is ready to work with regional states against terrorism and extremism, which are jeopardizing the stability and security of countries in Southeast and West Asia.

Iran, Japan Hold 11th Joint Consular Meeting in Tokyo

The 11th Joint Consular Meeting of the Islamic Republic of Iran and Japan has been held in Tokyo.

32nd Tehran International Book Fair Kicks Off

The 32nd edition of Tehran International Book Fair kicked on Tuesday in a ceremony attended by the Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance.

Leader: Terror Groups Trying to ‘Contaminate’ Iran-Pakistan Ties

The Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says terrorist groups backed by enemies of Iran and Pakistan seek to cause tension in the two countries' relations, adding that mutual relations must be bolstered in spite of the enemies’ will.

Iran, Pakistan to Form Joint Rapid Reaction Force at Common Borders

Tehran and Islamabad have announced they have agreed to expand their mutual cooperation in ensuring the security of common borders by establishing a joint Rapid Reaction force.

Pakistani PM Officially Received by Iran President in Tehran

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has officially welcomed Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan in capital, Tehran, on his first-ever visit to the Islamic Republic.

Families of Iranian Terror Victims Pen Letter to Pakistani PM

An Iranian organization representing the families of Iranian victims of terrorism has pleaded with Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan to enact stricter security measures on Pakistan’s border with Iran to prevent Pakistani-based terrorists from attempting attacks on Iranian territory.

Pakistani PM in Iran on First-Ever Visit

Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan has started his historic visit to Iran from the north-eastern city of Mashhad, and is expected to leave for Tehran after the brief stop-over in the holy city.

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