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Iranian lawmakers have approved a double-urgency bill that recognizes Jerusalem al-Quds as the permanent capital of the state of Palestine.
Parl. Speaker Ali Larijani said Sun. that cooperation among Iran, Russia and Turkey serves as a successful model for fighting terrorism in the region.
Kazakh national company Kazatomprom plans to supply uranium to Iran after obtaining the permission of six major powers involved in the Iran nuclear deal, the company’s chairman announced.
The findings of a research by Kaspersky Lab shows that in the first 6 months of 2017, Iran has been among 10 countries whose industrial cyber systems are the most vulnerable.
Iran’s security is the outcome of its strategic deterrence, Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces Major General Mohammad Baqeri said Sunday.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi on Saturday deplored anti-Iran remarks made by Bahraini foreign minister.
Foreign Minister of Iran Mohammad Javad Zarif congratulated new Christian year (2018) to world Christians in a message on Saturday hoping that all would accept Christ’s global message of peace in the new year.
Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak has expressed hope to proceed with oil cooperation with Iran within the framework of exchanging oil for goods.
Iranian Ambassador to Jordan Mojtaba Ferdosipour, while appreciating Jordan’s stance in slamming Trump’s move on Jerusalem, underscored the need for Islamic and international solidarity in the fight against occupation of Palestine.
An Iranian lawmaker affirmed that Tehran backs the Yemeni army and nation, but rejected US accusation that Iran provides Yemen with missiles and emphasized that Yemenis employ their own weapons.