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Iran seeks to extend ties with Latvia

Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said here on Wednesday that Iran is willing to promote bilateral ties with Latvia as the next rotating president of the European Union Council.

US still has a positive view of Maleki

An exclusive interview with Dr. Ahmed Chalabi, a prominent Iraqi politican . The Iraqi elections will be held in this country in less than two weeks.

Official Refutes Bahrain’s Allegations against Iran

An informed official at Iran’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs rejected as “baseless” the allegations raised by Manama against Tehran in the wake of a recent Bahraini court ruling which has sentenced 12 men to life in prison for the alleged link with Iran.

Iran Exporting Tractors to 13 Countries

Managing director of Iran Tractor Manufacturing Company (ITMCO) said the country sells different models of tractors to various countries around the world.

MP suggests Iran, Powers change negotiation venue

An Iranian Parliamentarian has suggested that Iran and Powers change the nuclear negotiations venue for the upcoming talks.

Envoy: Iran-Turkey trade ceiling set at $16bn

Iranˈs Ambassador to Ankara Ali-Reza Bigdeli said on Monday that the Iran-Turkey trade ceiling is set at about $16 billion for the current Iranian calendar year of 1393 (starting on March 21).

MP: Islamic, western human rights differ basically

Islamic human rights system differs with the western version of it basically, said a prominent Iranian lawmaker here on Monday.

Zarif: Iran, Russia constantly consulting on various issues

Iranian foreign minister said here Monday night Iran and Russian are constantly consulting on various bilateral, regional and international issues and his ongoing visit of Moscow to attend a Caspian Sea conference is a step in that line.

Rafsanjani: New criterion for cooperation among Muslim World should be defined

Chairman of the Expediency Council Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani said on Monday that all should do their best to adopt a new yardstick to promote cooperation among the Muslim World as disputes will result in insecurity in the region and spoil facilities of Islamic states.

Gov’t Spokesman: Foreigners Eager to Expand Investment in Iran

Iranian Government Spokesman Mohammad Baqer Nobakht underlined that President Rouhani administration's good interaction with the world states and the country' eye-catching economic opportunities have persuaded international firms and investors to take serious action to boost their partnership in Iran's lucrative market.

National Day of Saadi Commemorated throughout Iran

National Day of Saadi Commemorated in Iran. Saadi is known as a poetry both in and outside of Iran for his enticing choice of word, ethical and social teachings.

Iran Exports over $314mln Worth of Hand-Woven Carpets in One Year

Iran exported $314.8mln worth of hand-woven carpets in the last Iranian year (March 20, 2013-March 20, 2014).

Supreme Leader Raps West’s Materialistic View of Women

Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei lambasted the western countries for their materialistic view and instrumental use of women, describing the West's wrong view about woman as the root cause of various problems in the contemporary world.

Iran marks Mother’s Day

Iranians celebrate Lady Fatima Zahra’s birth anniversary, designated by the Islamic Republic as Mother's Day in the country.

Commander: Iranian Navy’s Best Destroyers Navigating in Caspian Sea

The Iranian Navy has sent its best destroyers to the Caspian Sea to protect the country's territorial waters and interests, a senior commander said, but meantime stressed that Tehran seeks peace and tranquility in the waterway.

Iran Builds Laboratory Space Suit for Sub-Orbital Missions

A group of Iranian researchers have designed and built a laboratory space suit for sub-orbital missions, media reports said.

Iran Stands 3rd in Int’l Football, Soccer Robocup in Germany

Iranian university students shined in the 44th RoboCup German Open Competitions, and won the bronze medal in tridimensional football simulation leagues and humanoid soccer robot sections.

Iranian Researchers Produce New Anti-Cancer Drug from Turmeric

Iranian researchers from Tarbiat Modarres University produced a new drug capable of detecting and removing cancer cells using turmeric.

5th Iranian Border Guard May Be Alive in Pakistan

The 5th Iranian border guard who was abducted by Jeish al-Adl terrorist group along with four of his comrades in February and was not released when the other four were set free earlier this month might be alive and kept hostage in Pakistan, a senior member of the Iranian parliament's National Security and Foreign Policy Commission said.

2014 Greco-Roman Wrestling World Cup

The 32nd edition of Greco-Roman Wrestling World Cup was held in Tehran during spring 2014.

Iran stresses relations with Belarus

Iranian Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani has underscored the need for the further enhancement of “friendly” relations between Iran and Belarus in all areas, particularly in the parliamentary sphere.

India oil imports from Iran rise 43% in Q1 2014

India has significantly increased its oil purchases from Iran following the implementation of an interim nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers, a report says.

Iran stresses ties with African states

The Islamic Republic of Iran has underlined the significance of relations between Tehran and African countries.

Russia ‘bewildered’ over US visa denial to Iran UN envoy pick

Russia has criticized Washington for its refusal to issue a visa to Iran’s appointee for the position of ambassador to the United Nations, saying the move is in violation of the US commitments as a host of the UN headquarters.

South Korea doubles Iran oil imports

South Korea doubled its import of Iranian oil during the month of February.