Pills Placed in Sweets Aimed at Tarnishing Food Industry's Image Iran

Pills Placed in Sweets Aimed at Tarnishing Food Industry’s Image: Iran

Iran has described as an act of “sabotage” drugs intentionally inserted in various Iranian confectionery products, saying its food industry was targeted in a bid to spread “terror.”
IRGC to Hold Massive Naval Drills

IRGC to Hold Massive Naval Drills

Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Navy Rear Admiral Ali Reza Tangsiri unveiled plans for holding a large-scale military exercise.
Iran President Submits Budget Bill to Parliament

Iran President Submits Budget Bill to Parliament

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Sunday submitted his administration’s proposed national budget bill for the next year to the parliament, saying the budget bill is based upon resistance and countering the sanctions.
Gas Explosion at Iranian Wedding Kills 11, Injures 40

Gas Explosion at Iranian Wedding Kills 11, Injures 40

Eleven people were killed and more than 40 others were injured in a gas explosion at a wedding hall in Iran’s western province of Kurdistan on Thursday night.
Mideast Security Can Only Be Ensured by Regional Coalitions Iran

Mideast Security Can Only Be Ensured by Regional Coalitions: Iran

Secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) Ali Shamkhani says security of the Middle East can be only guaranteed through the establishment of regional collations free from any form of foreign interference.
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Iran to Reconsider Commitments If Snapback Mechanism Triggered

Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani says Iran is ready to react if the Europeans use a "snapback mechanism" in the nuclear accord to reinstate sanctions on Tehran.

Operation Underway to Stop Leak Off Iranian Rig

Iranian authorities say a major leak that has taken place off an oil rig in the Persian Gulf waters is being contained as they insist more work would be needed to stanch the expanding spill.
Iran Calls for Reform of UN Security Council

Iran Calls for Reform of UN Security Council

Iran's ambassador to the United Nations says the UN Security Council is facing a legitimacy and credibility crisis that has to be addressed through reforms.

Iraq Blames ‘Third Parties’ for Killing Protesters in ‘Gruesome’ Way

Iraqi Defense Minister Najah al-Shammari says a “third party” is behind shooting at the Iraqi demonstrators, as the smoke canisters used to kill the protesters are not of the type imported by the Baghdad government.

Iran Substantially Raises Gasoline Prices

Iran has begun rationing on the purchase of gasoline and substantially increased the price of fuel in a move to assist the needy.

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