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Iran’s Parl. Speaker Ali Larijani said Tue. that if US thinks the level of IAEA inspections of Iran’s nuclear program is not ‘good enough for them’, the Islamic Republic can always reduce the level of inspections.
A contract was inked today between Iran and China to supply necessary finance to the Tehran-Mashhad railway electrification project.
The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps voiced Iran’s strong protest at Israeli aggressive measures against Al-Aqsa Mosque, and said Zionists are fearing a new Intifada by Palestinian youth.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is promoting increased trade with Iran, despite clear opposition to this policy by the Trump White House, according to multiple sources who described the agency’s behavior as rogue and part of a lingering effort by the former Obama administration to promote international trade with the Islamic Republic.
The names may be unfamiliar but the services are immediately recognisable: Snapp is Iran’s answer to Uber, Digikala is its Amazon, and Pintapin its Booking.com.
Commander of the Iranian Army Ground Force said his forces employ various types of aerial vehicles, including drones, to ensure security along the country’s borderlines.
The Iranian intelligence minister has announced the neutralization of more than 120 terrorist attacks in Iran in recent years.
Leader’s senior adviser Ali Akbar Velayati said Iran has no concern over the US hostile moves in regard to imposing new sanctions on Iran.
Qatar’s Defense Minister Khalid bin Mohammed al-Attiyah appreciated Tehran for helping his country during the era of sanctions imposed by the Arab countries, including Saudi Arabia and the UAE, on Doha and allowing the Qatari planes to use Iran’s airspace.
Iranian female swimmer Elham Sadat Asghari says she has set a new Guinness World Record for swimming in open waters while wearing handcuffs.