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Four nations summon Lebanon envoys over Yemen war criticism

Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Kuwait have summoned Beirut’s ambassadors after Lebanese Information Minister George Kordahi called for an end to the Riyadh-led aggression on Yemen. The Saudi-led brutal war has killed tens of thousands of Yemenis, displaced millions more and thrown the country into the ‘worst humanitarian catastrophe.”

US says still possible to implement understanding on JCPOA full compliance

The United States believes it is still possible to quickly reach and implement an understanding on return to mutual full compliance with the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), or the Iran Nuclear Deal. Earlier, Tehran has said it will resume talks with world powers in November on reviving the nuclear deal.

Israel OKs construction of thousands of settler units in West Bank

Israel moved forward on Wednesday with plans to build some 3,000 settler units in the West Bank despite strong criticism by the US.

Iran Calls on UNSC to Make Israel End Occupation of Syria’s Golan

Iran’s ambassador to the United Nations Majid Takht-Ravanchi has urged the UN Security Council to force the Israeli regime into ending its occupation of Syrian territory.

Russia: Seventh round of nuclear talks to resume next month

The negotiations on reviving Iran’s nuclear deal, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), will resume in late November, according to Russia’s top negotiator.

‘Terrorists increasing activities near Tajikistan-Afghanistan border’

Terrorists are scaling up their activities in the regions near the Tajikistan-Afghanistan border, Tajik Foreign Minister Sirojiddin Muhriddin said on Wednesday at a ministerial meeting of Afghanistan's neighboring countries in Tehran.

Iran Slams Leaks of Nuclear Info by IAEA

The Atomic Energy Organization of Iran has strongly criticized the International Atomic Energy Agency, saying it must not go beyond its authority and allow leak of technical details about Iran’s nuclear activities.

Tehran mayor revokes son-in-law’s appointment order

Tehran mayor Alireza Zakani has revoked an order that appointed his son-in-law Hossein Heydari as his special advisor for the purpose of making urban management smart.

Daesh kills Iraqi police forces, 13 tribal Shias

The Daesh terrorist group has killed two police members in Iraq’s Salaheddin province.

Uzbekistan seeks using Chabahar capacities

The Uzbek foreign minister voices his country’s willingness to use the transit capacities of the Port of Chabahar in southern Iran.