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‘Warsaw Confab Turns Iran into Symbol of Resistance for Muslims’

A leading Arab analyst has slammed the rulers of certain Persian Gulf Arab states for “grooming” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and humiliating themselves by attending the anti-Iran conference co-organized by the US and Poland in Warsaw.

Netanyahu Deletes Tweet to Retract ‘War with Iran’ Gaffe

Israel attempts to walk back Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s shockingly overt comments about “war with Iran” on the sidelines of a US-organized Middle East “peace” conference.

No; Islamic Republic Not Months Away from Collapse

Iran celebrated the 40th anniversary of its revolution on Monday, with people marching to honour an unexpected victory that birthed the Islamic Republic.

Western MSM Coverage of Hashemi’s Detention: Double-Standard on Steroids

Marzieh Hashemi, the US-born anchorwoman who was arrested without charges on January 13 in her homeland, was finally set free on Wednesday, after she appeared before a 23-member grand jury for a third hearing on an unspecified federal court case.

Iran, Iraq Enjoying Most Strategic Ties Ever: Ex-Diplomat

A former Iranian diplomat says Tehran and Baghdad are enjoying the most strategic era in the history of their relations.
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Time for Iran-US Talks, Former Deputy FM Argues

A former senior diplomat says he believes it’s time for high-level talks between Iran and the US on a bilateral deal, as President Donald Trump who faces numerous difficulties at home and in the Middle East would see such a deal a much-needed achievement in his presidential track record.  

Iran, Iraq Explore Avenues of Strengthening Ties

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and Iraqi Parliament Speaker Mohamed al-Halbousi have exchanged views on enhancing bilateral ties.

Iran’s Defence Spending in Spotlight: Teeny Budget Compared with Rivals’

The Iranian government’s latest bill for state budget has been a hot topic in political and media circles in recent days. The bill, presented to the parliament by President Hassan Rouhani late last month, allocates over 4,700 trillion rials for the fiscal year that will start on March 21.
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‘Iran Expects Russia, China Not to Remain Passive Over JCPOA’

Following the US unilateral withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal in May, Iran expected the remaining sides of the deal particularly Russia and China to adopt practical measures to safeguard the nuclear accord, but all to no avail, said Iranian analyst, Mohammad Mahdi Mazaheri.

New Opportunities for Iran as Arab States Return to Syria

As more and more Persian Gulf Arab states are jostling to re-establish their diplomatic ties with Syria and play a role in the reconstruction of the war-torn country, observers maintain that the new trend provides Iran with a chance to turn the current threats into opportunities and play a leading role in the post-ISIS Syria.

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