Tuesday, December 6, 2022

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EU extends freeze on Iran sanctions until Jan. 2016

The European Union has extended a freeze on sanctions imposed against Iran over its nuclear program after talks between Tehran and the P5+1 group of countries reached a conclusion.

MEP: We have come to Tehran to guarantee promises

Richard Howitt, a Member of the European Parliament, has said that the EP will open its Tehran office in 2016 after the conclusion of a nuclear deal between Iran and P5+1.

Iranian official says diplomacy only solution to Yemen crisis

The National Security and Foreign Policy chief of Parliament censured the international community’s silence toward the deadly Saudi airstrikes against Yemen.

Yemen crisis needs political solution: Zarif

The solution to Yemen crisis is solely political and through forming an inclusive government with the aid of all political forces, said Zarif.

UN ready to carry Iran relief aid to Yemen

Dispatching humanitarian aid to the Yemeni nation has been a concern of Iran and Tehran continues its efforts in this regard through various channels, said Amir Abdollahian.

EU supports expansion of Iran ties, eyes Tehran office

Despite differences between Iran and the EU, Schulz told the Iranian parliamentarians, the European side is eager to expand its relations with Tehran.

Iran offers condolences over German jet crash in French Alps

President Rouhani and the Foreign Ministry have offered condolences to the German government and families who lost loved ones in the deadly crash.

Spreading fears on Iran nuclear deal unhelpful: EU

Spreading fears is not helpful at this stage. We are getting closer to a comprehensive accord aimed at ending the longstanding dispute on Tehran’s nuclear dossier, said Mogherini.

West, regional allies must review wrong policies: Iran official

A senior Iranian official says terrorist threats across the world are the outcome of wrong policies pursued by certain Western countries and their ME allies.

Figures that have done a number on Greek life

Official statistics released in Greece show that people are crunching a set of new numbers in the wake of the country’s debt crisis.

Israel redoubles efforts to make Jews migrate to occupied lands

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has invited Jews in Europe to migrate to occupied Palestine following a gun attack on a synagogue in central Copenhagen.

Supreme Leader’s message is catching on with the youth

The secretary of Iran’s Human Rights Council has said for the first time since the revolution that we use simple language to develop mutual understanding with the world.

Iran raps Europe for following US sanctions policies

The chairman of Iran's Expediency Council has criticized Europe for following the US policies in imposing unfair sanctions against other countries.

Rouhani says Iran, Portugal could link Europe, Middle East

Tehran and Lisbon could cooperate not only in issues of mutual interest but can act as a bridge between Europe and the Middle East, said the Portuguese foreign minister.

Iranians hold rally on insulting cartoon outside French embassy

The protesters chanted ‘Islam will be victorious’ and carried placards in condemnation of the cartoons insulting the Prophet Muhammad.

A perfect subject for Charlie Hebdo cartoonists

An analytical look at the root causes of terrorist attacks in France and their aftermath.

Germans rally to oppose terrorism and Islamophobia

A tolerance rally by Muslims in Berlin, joined by German officials, condemns in the strongest terms acts of terror which are committed in the name of Islam.

Iranian religious, political pundits’ take on Islamophobia after Paris attacks

Two Iranian pundits familiar with Western culture and lifestyle react to Paris terror attacks and the wave of Islamophobia that has followed them.

Larijan: France incidents result of West’s behavior in Syria

France incidents were proof of the fact that it was wrong for the West to support terrorists in Syria and provide arms for terrorists, said Ali Larijani.

Iran to resume petchem exports to Europe

A consignment of linear low density polyethylene (LLDPE), measuring 2,000 tons with a total value of over $2 million, will be shipped to Belgium next week.

Iran firm wins compensation from EU in sanctions case

An EU court dismissed the allegations against an Iranian company on charges that it had provided equipment for Fordow nuclear site, ordering 50,000 euros in indemnity.

Rouhani Hopes for Iran-Ukraine Closer Ties

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Saturday congratulated the Ukrainian people and government on the occasion of the country’s Independence Day.

Protesters Defy Pro-Palestine Ban in Paris

Pro-Palestinian protesters clashed with police in central Paris when thousands of marchers defied a ban by French authorities to rally against the occupying regime of Israel's offensive in the Gaza Strip.

Iran sends relief aid to flood-hit Balkans: Official

Iran has dispatched humanitarian aid to flood-stricken countries in the Balkans, an official with the Iranian Red Crescent Society (IRCS) says.

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