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Iran says the latest sanctions imposed by the US against Iranian officials indicate that the previous bans were totally inefficient, so much so that Washington has been forced to expand its sanctions regime to non-economic and non-military bodies.
Iranian Minister of Health and Medical Education Saeid Namaki has expressed his gratitude to the Interior Ministry and the Basij volunteers for their contribution to the nationwide battle with the novel coronavirus.
Tehran strongly supports Islamabad’s announcement that it will create walls in its border with Iran in order to increase security along the frontiers, Iran’s Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli has been quoted as saying.
Iran’s Interior Minister says the world’s mainstream media are not willing to cover the world’s largest religious gathering, Arba’een, which is held to mark the fortieth day after the martyrdom anniversary of the third Shiite Imam.
Iranian and Turkish Interior Ministers, in a meeting in Ankara, have called for joint fight against drug trafficking, human trafficking, terrorism and illegal immigration.
Iranian Interior minister Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli has travelled to Ankara at the head of a high-ranking political delegation to meet with Turkish officials and discuss security issues.
Iran’s Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli has arrived in Baghdad to discuss bilateral border issues and this year’s Arba’een ceremony, the world’s largest religious pilgrimage, in meetings with Iraqi officials.
Foreign sources are to blame for inciting Iranians to stage violent anti-government rallies in the Islamic Republic under the guise of protests against economic woes, says an Iranian Interior Ministry official.
The Iranian interior minister slammed Europe for its failure to cooperate with the Islamic Republic, saying that if Iran turns “a blind eye” to the smuggling of illicit drugs and refugee crisis, Europe will face one million refugees and two thousand tons of narcotics.
Iran’s interior minister says the Saturday protests in the south-western city of Khorramshahr have left no casualties, appearing to deny reports by western outlets that the demonstrations have left several people dead.
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