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African Union suspends Guinea after coup

Guinea's ruling military came under diplomatic pressure on Friday as the African Union (AU) suspended the country over last weekend's military coup.

Iran Bans Entry from 12 Countries over Delta Variant of COVID-19

Iran has banned the entry of visitors coming from twelve countries in order to prevent the spread of the Delta variant of the novel coronavirus.

Iran Condemns Terrorist Attack in Burkina Faso

Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh has expressed Iran's deep regret and sorrow over the deaths of more than 100 Burkinabes in a terrorist attack along the country's border with Mali and Niger.

Iran to Launch Direct Shipping Routes to South Africa, Latin America

An Iranian official says the country will launch a direct shipping route to South Africa and then on to Latin America.

Iran to Hold Forum on Promotion of Trade with Africa

The Trade Promotion Organization of Iran is going to hold a forum in early October to weigh plans for boosting Iranian exports to the African nations, an official has announced.

Iran Ready for Unlimited Expansion of Ties with Uganda: President

President of Iran Hassan Rouhani has voiced the country’s readiness to promote relations with Uganda in all arenas without any limitation.

Iran Chairs AALCO Meeting on Cyberspace in China

Chaired by the Islamic Republic of Iran, the 4th Working Group Meeting on International Law in Cyberspace of Asian-African Legal Consultative Organization (AALCO) was held in the Chinese city of Hangzhou on September 2-4, 2019.

US, Not Iran, Must Be Blamed for Chronic Security Crisis in...

While based on evidence the U.S. and its allies have a direct and significant role in creating chronic security crises in Africa, Western media outlets, in coordination with U.S .intelligence agencies, plan to bring accusations against Iran. Such a policy is being followed by the Daily Telegraph as well.

African Union Ready to Boost Sci-Tech Ties with Iran

Sarah Anyang Agbor, the Commissioner for Human Resources, Science and Technology of the African Union, says the AU is prepared to develop its mutual cooperation with the Islamic Republic in the field of science and technology.

Africans Cooperate with Iranian Knowledge-based Companies in 3 New Fields

Companies that are active in polymer and petrochemicals, information technology, as well as oil and gas fields are working to expand the export of knowledge-based companies to the African continent.