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Presidents of Iran and Croatia Call for Closer Anti-Terror Cooperation

Iran and Croatia have emphasized their determination to step up Tehran-Zagreb cooperation in the fight against terrorism and extremism, particularly in the troubled Middle East region.

Iranian VP Steps Up Calls for Nuclear Disarmament

An Iranian vice president on Wednesday, May 18, called for world nuclear disarmament, the latest expression of Tehran's determination to join the international community after the lifting of sanctions.

Leader: Some Regional Governments Betraying Muslims

The Leader of the Islamic Revolution, Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, says certain Muslim governments have been betraying their people by helping the US implement its policies in the region.

Iranian and Pakistani Cities to Restart Rail Freight Transport

Iran and Pakistan have agreed to resume rail freight transport between the provincial capitals of the two neighbours’ border regions.

Iran and the Next US President

The Middle East presents variety of complicated partnerships for the next United States President.  In recent years, the US has been experiencing a strategic...

Iranian FM Meets US and British Counterparts in Vienna

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif held meetings with a number of his counterparts, including US Secretary of State John Kerry and British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond, on the sidelines of a meeting of the International Syria Support Group (ISSG) in Vienna.

Maldives Severs Diplomatic Relations with Iran

The Maldivian government has announced severing of diplomatic ties with Iran over what it described as Iran’s “detrimental policies” toward the Middle East.

Iranian Cars to Enter North African Market

The Islamic Republic of Iran and the People's Democratic Republic of Algeria have signed over a dozen memorandums of understanding (MoUs) on the production of Iranian vehicles in the North African state.

Saudi Arabia’s Iran Spying Trial ‘Mockery of Justice’: HRW

Human Rights Watch (HRW) announced that Saudi Arabia's trial of 32 men for allegedly spying on behalf of Iran is a "mockery of justice" because it "has violated the basic due process rights of the defendants."

Norwegian Envoy Calls for Developing Economic Ties with Iran

In a meeting with Mohammad Khazaei, Deputy Minister and President of the Organization for Investment, Economic and Technical Assistance of Iran, the Norwegian ambassador to Iran called for developing economic cooperation and removing obstacles.