Daily look at Iran’s late-breaking news and upcoming events:
The first long-range wide-body Airbus A330 from a series of aircraft that Iran has purchased from the French aerospace giant in a bid to renovate its aging fleet landed in Tehran on Saturday.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif underlined that continued massive public support for the ruling system forced the US to sit to the negotiating table with Tehran as Washington realized the ineffectiveness of the sanctions.
German industrial gases group Linde says it has revived plant-engineering contracts in Iran but cannot work on them due to banking problems that obstructed transferring money out of the country.
Iran would not be able to fully implement the electronic voting plan for the May presidential election, local media reported.
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman strongly condemned Saudi-led air strikes on a market in Yemen city of Hodeidah that killed and injured a number of innocent civilians.
The United Nations Security Council says intra-Syrian negotiations organized by Iran, Russia, and Turkey in the Kazakh capital city of Astana set the stage for stalled UN-brokered peace talks to resume in the Swiss city of Geneva.
A Pakistan Navy Mission comprising Pakistan Navy ships ‘Tippu Sultan’ and ‘Jurrat’ will reach Bandar Abbas port of Iran on the morning of 12 March on a goodwill visit for three days.
Domestically-manufactured battle Karrar (Striker) tank would be unveiled in a ceremony on Sunday attended by Defense Minister Brigadier-General Hossein Dehqan, it was announced on Saturday.
First Vice-President Eshaq Jahangiri says that the natural gas distribution network in Iran is one of the world’s most formidable ones.
The Iranian men’s national beach soccer team has won the trophy at the 2017 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Beach Soccer Championship in Malaysia following a victory the United Arab Emirates (UAE).