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World-Renowned Iranian Geographer Parviz Kardavani Dies

Famous Iranian geographer Parviz Kardavani, who was known as the father of scientific desertology of Iran, passed away on Wednesday evening, August 18, at the age of 90.

Afghanistan’s Future Decided in Doha by US, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia: Analyst

An Afghanistan affairs analyst says what happened in Afghanistan, and the Taliban’s takeover in a matter of days, had been agreed in a deal among US, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia, during the Afghan peace talks with the militants in the Qatari capital Doha.

Iranian Border Police Chief Hugs Afghan Child Refugees

A photo has gone viral in Iran showing two Afghan child refugees hugged by Brigadier General Rezaei, the commander of Iranian border guards, at a border crossing in eastern Iran.

Taliban; Domestic Afghan Issue or Leverage to Harness China’s Domination?

and armed group occupies a large part of Afghanistan these days, and now they have reached the mountainous Badakhshan province on the border with China.

Where’s Lebanon Heading after Hariri’s Resignation

Saad Hariri, the Lebanese prime minister-designate and the leader of the largest Sunni party in the parliament, resigned last week and once again created a power vacuum in the country.

‘Afghan People Wish to See Ghani’s Ouster, Even If He’s Replaced by Taliban’

An Iranian expert on Afghanistan affairs says the people of Afghanistan are so disappointed with the pro-US government of Ashraf Ghani that they do not care if it is replaced by Taliban.
US Protests to Engulf Entire America: Iran's Top Judge

Raisi Didn’t Rule Out Possibility of Meeting with Biden: Analyst

A conservative Iranian political activist says President-elect Ebrahim Raisi said “No” when asked if he would sit down for talks with US President Joe Biden, but his answer “was not an absolute Nope.”

Raisi to Maintain Rouhani’s Policy Towards JCPOA: Reformist Figure

Iranian reformist figure Mohammad Hashemi Rafsanjani says the new administration of President-elect Ebrahim Raisi will maintain the current administration’s policy towards the 2015 nuclear deal, officially known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), for now.

‘Lame Duck Netanyahu Unlikely to Take Action against Iran in His Last Days’

A political analyst says now that the region is likely to get rid of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in coming days, he does not seem to be able to take any action against Iran during his last days in office.

FATF Issue Could Be Resolved As Vienna Talks Move Forward: Ex-Diplomat

A former Iranian diplomat has expressed hope as negotiations in Vienna bear fruit, the problem with the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) inside Iran will be solved too.