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Former Iranian footballer Ali Daei has given a shirt of Iran’s National Team to Australian Ambassador to Tehran Lyndall Sachs.
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz has announced he would resign amid a corruption probe. The 35-year-old politician and nine others have been placed under investigation on suspicion of bribery. He has denied all allegations.
A collection of rarely-seen Persian artworks and crafts is to be displayed at Australia’s Powerhouse Museum, a major branch of the Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences in Sydney.
An Iranian deputy foreign minister has elaborated on a “unique prisoner swap” that resulted in the release of three Iranian nationals jailed in Thailand in exchange for an Australian convict after intensive tripartite diplomatic arrangements.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Seyyed Abbas Mousavi has shrugged off the media hype over the imprisonment of Australian woman Kylie Moore-Gilbert in Iran.
An Iranian university student detained in Australia since September 2018 has been released and returned home.
Iran has released British-Australian woman Jolie King and her Australian boyfriend, Mark Firkin, after dropping all charges against them, Canberra confirmed Saturday.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi has dismissed as unfounded a report on Iran’s role in hacking the mobile phones of some Israeli officials, saying the Zionist regime’s officials have grown accustomed to spreading lies about Iran on a daily basis.
Iran is dispatching skilled workers to Australia, Canada, Oman, Turkey and Denmark, and has established five support centres in these countries for the workforce, a top official said.