Daily look at Iran’s late-breaking news and upcoming events:
A Revolutionary Guards commander said on Saturday that Iran would use its missiles against enemies of the Islamic Republic if they threaten the country’s security.
The major phase of Defenders of Velayat at drill in desert province of Semnan has test-fired new missile systems that incorporate indigenous know-how.
Iran has announced counter-sanctions against the United States, and asserted that President Donald Trump has violated the nuclear deal with his sanctions against them.
Kuwaiti Embassy has dismissed Sat. false reports from certain mass media about Kuwait’s travel ban on five Muslim countries including Iran.
Iran has a soverign right to work on strengthening its defense capability, ballistic misile tests are part of the country’s defense strategy, Hossein Amir Abdollahian, assistant to Speaker of Parliament Ali Larijani, said Friday.
First Vice-President Eshaq Jahangiri says the Iranian people and the officials of the country do not care in the least for threadbare remarks made by the Americans.
An Iranian Judiciary human rights official rejected as not good the notion that the Islamic Republic should impose a visa ban on American citizens in response to US President Donald Trump’s recent travel ban on seven Muslim countries, including Iran.
Iran’s first domestically-made oceangoing research vessel was launched in the southern port city of Bandar Abbas on Saturday.
USA Wrestling said that neither they nor United World Wrestling have been officially notified that these reports are accurate.
Andrew Cuomo says an Iranian infant banned from entering the United States for life-saving heart surgery under President Donald Trump’s order will now be allowed to travel to New York for the emergency procedure.