Iran Says Syria Problem Has No Military Solution

“Iran proposed dialogue before wars in Syria and Yemen broke out, but some countries insisted on militarism,” Larijani said in a meeting with his Algerian counterpart Slimane Chenine on Sunday night.

Five ‘High Value’ ISIS Terrorists Left by US in Syria

The United States forces have reportedly left five “high value” prisoners behind in Syria amid Turkey’s offensive against the war-ravaged country.

Syrian Troops in Tel Tamer after Deal with Kurds

Syrian army troops have entered the towns of Tabqah, Ain Issa and Tel Tamer in northeastern Syria after Damascus reached an agreement with Kurds in the region to deploy troops in the area, state media report.

Zarif: Iran Ready to Mediate between Turkey, Syrian Kurds

Iran's foreign minister has offered to bring together Syrian Kurds, the Damascus government and Turkey in an effort to establish security along the Turkish-Syrian border.

Zarif Says Iran Ready for Mediated Talks with Saudi Arabia

Iran's foreign minister says the country welcomes efforts by intermediaries to arrange talks with Saudi Arabia, including those by Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan who is due to arrive in Tehran on Saturday.

Massive Onshore Gas Field Found in Southern Iran

Iran has discovered a massive onshore gas field in the country’s south after a year of exploration, Fars news agency reported on Wednesday.

Iranian Army Holds Unannounced Drill near Turkey Border

The Iranian Army Ground Force staged a war game in the country’s northwestern regions near the common border with Turkey on Wednesday.

Iran Prepared for Talks If Saudis Stop Killing Civilians: Zarif

Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says Iran will be a companion of Saudi Arabia if the kingdom changes course and pursues regional issues at the negotiating table instead of “killing people.”

Iran Blasts UK Defence Ministry’s Delay in Paying Its Debt

Iranian Ambassador to London Hamid Baeidinejad decried the delay a subsidiary company of the UK Defense Ministry in paying its debt to Iran for a series of defense deals signed between the two countries before the 1979 Islamic Revolution.

‘Poisonous Propaganda’ Not to Split Iran, Iraq: Spokesman

Iran will continue to maintain close ties with Iraq, says the spokesman for the Iranian government, adding the enemies can never break apart the strong bonds between the two neighbors.

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