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Mosul’s Liberation

Iraq Raps Efforts by Turkey, Arab States to Stall Mosul’s Liberation

An Iraqi politician has accused Turkey and a number of neighbouring countries of attempting to suspend the operations to liberate the northern Iraqi city of Mosul.

Egyptian FM May Visit Iran in Near Future

A London-based Arab newspaper has claimed that the foreign minister of Egypt may visit Tehran in the near future to promote bilateral ties between the two countries.
Iran-Turkey

Iran and Turkey; from regional rivalry to cultural impacts

Mehmet Seyitdanlioglu, a history professor, has examined relations between Ottoman and Safavid Empires.
King Salman

There won’t be a thaw in Tehran-Riyadh ties under King Salman: Expert

Zanganeh says King Salman is unlikely to seek to ease tensions with Iran given the presence of security-minded people in his royal court.
Mikhail Bogdanov

Only one hurdle in the way of a final nuclear deal: Russian Deputy FM

The only knot which is yet to be untied and has put back a final nuclear deal was the timeline for a final accord as well as for the removal of sanctions, said Mikhail Bogdanov.
Gholam Ali Khoshrou Iran’s ambassador to Switzerland

Interaction with the world is not a diplomatic compliment

Iran’s ambassador to Switzerland says President Rouhani’s call for interaction with the world is genuine.
Mowlavi abdul hamin

Need For Shiite-Sunni Dialogue

An exclusive interview with Mowlavi Abdul Hamid, a senior Iranian Sunni cleric.