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Iran’s Parliament Speaker Decries Kabul Terrorist Attack

Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani condemned deadly bomb blasts that killed scores of people in Kabul on Saturday, saying the attack was a plot to destabilize Afghanistan and create discord within the society.

Iran and Afghanistan Stress Anti-Narcotic Collaboration

Iranian and Afghan officials underlined the need for cooperation in fighting drug trafficking.

Iran, India, Afghanistan Sign Deal on Int’l Transit Route

Iran, India and Afghanistan inked a trilateral agreement on establishing an international transit corridor, passing through Iran’s south-eastern port city of Chabahar.

Abdullah Thanks Iran for Letting Afghan Children Get Schooling

Afghanistan's Chief Executive Officer Abdullah Abdullah praised Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei for an order to provide Afghan children residing in Iran with the opportunity to receive education.

Chabahar FTZ at the center of Abdullah’s upcoming Iran visit

The chief executive officer of Afghanistan believes compared to Pakistan, Iran's route has always been more open to Afghanistan’s transit and trade.

Islamic Azad University ready to offer scholarship to Afghan students

The Afghan minister of higher education has asked the Islamic Azad University to grant scholarships to Afghan students and hire them for research and science-based projects.

Afghan singer goes onstage in Tehran

My Homeland was the highlight of the event which moved many Afghans and non-Afghans in the audience to tears.

Iranian students launch campaign to make education for Afghan peers easier

A second charity food event is to be held on August 20 in Tehran. Its proceeds will go to efforts to improve education for Afghan students.

Can Iran live with the Taliban in its backyard?

Iran has concluded that living with the Taliban, which is to become part of the Afghan political structure, would better serve its national interest and stabilize the region, says a political analyst.

FM spokeswoman unaware of visit by Taliban delegation

An investigation should be launched as to who released the news on a trip by a Taliban team to Iran and what information they based their story on, Afkham said.