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Commander of the Navy said Iran's naval presence in regional waters is aimed at ensuring safe navigation for commercial vessels.
Four Iranian experts answer a hypothetical question: How would a President Hillary Clinton deal with Iran?
Alaeddin Boroujerdi said comments President Obama delivered after the Iran-P5+1 statement were mostly designed to justify Washington’s wrong policy of the past.
Iran’s top MP has said that the content of US Senators’ letter to Iranian officials ran counter to international norms and dealt a blow to US legal image.
Some political pressure groups are so afraid even of the prospect of an agreement that they resort to unconventional methods, unprecedented in diplomatic history, said Zarif.
Iranian President fired back at Netanyahu for his attempts to sabotage talks between Iran and P5+1.
Alan Eyre, a US State Department spokesman, says any final deal should be satisfying to both sides and guarantee their interests.
American anti-war activist Sara Flounders says the enemies of Islam seek to set the stage for continued aggressions against Islamic countries.
US officials should pay attention to concerns about the violation of the rights of their own citizens, the Iranian Foreign Ministry said.
The Iranian Foreign Ministry refutes claims that Tehran was forced to sit at the negotiating table.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and US Secretary of State John Kerry have held fresh talks in Munich as a March deadline for a nuclear deal between Tehran and the P5+1 group approaches.
The glaring miscalculations of the Ahmadinejad government led to a decline in Iranian authority, says Sadegh Kharrazi, a former Iranian diplomat.
To mark Martin Luther King Day, the Supreme Leader has tweeted “Discrimination still prevails in the US.”
Alan Eyre says conclusion of a comprehensive deal at nuclear talks is a tough job. If it had been easy, a settlement would have been reached already.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif is to hold talks in Geneva with his US counterpart John Kerry as Tehran and P5+1 are set to start a new round of nuclear negotiations.
Araghchi stresses US failure in spoiling world’s post-Geneva opportunities for mending ties with Iran
After the Geneva interim deal, all countries were deeply interested to have relations with Iran and this was too scary for the Americans, said Araghchi.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry says reopening of embassies in Tehran and Washington is not on the agenda of talks between Iran and the US.