Iran news headlines on Tuesday include Iran police killing a man suspected of planning a suicide bombing; Salehi calling US sanctions as “irrational”; country designing indigenous jetliner to carry 150 passengers; Iran suspension of nuclear talks until inauguration of Rouhani; Snowden remarks over US & Israel creation of Stuxnet for attacking Iran; Rouhani calling for expansion of ties with India; Defense Ministry expressing Iran readiness for unveiling domestically made missiles & drones; RIAF reiteration of importance of Iran-Pak gas pipeline; Iran increase of LPG output and Rouhani & country DM meeting.
An Iranian news website is reporting that police have shot to death a man suspected of planning a suicide bombing in southeastern Iran.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi has dismissed the latest US unilateral sanctions against the Islamic Republic as the continuation of the previous “irrational” approach adopted by Washington.
A senior Iranian aviation official says the country is designing an indigenous twin-engine turbojet aircraft, which can seat 150 passengers.
There will not be any nuclear talks between Iran and P5+1 until the inauguration of president-elect Hassan Rouhani, the spokesman of Iran Foreign Ministry Abbas Araqchi said on July 9.
Whistleblower Edward Snowden told a German magazine that Israel and the United States created the Stuxnet computer virus that destroyed nuclear centrifuges in Iran.
Iranian President-elect Hassan Rohani has stressed the need for the expansion of bilateral ties between Tehran and New Delhi, noting that Iranian and Indian nations share unique historical and cultural affinities.
Iranian Defense Minister Ahmad Vahidi says the Islamic Republic will be unveiling a number of domestically designed and manufactured missiles and unmanned aerial vehicles in the near future.
Pakistan Industrial and Trader Associations Front (PIAF) stressed the need for the completion of the joint gas pipeline project with Iran as the issue of energy stands atop Islamabad’s priorities.
The Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) production unit of Fajr-e Jam gas refinery, in southern Iran, has come on stream with a projected daily output of 150 tons, the Tasnim News Agency reported.
Iran’s Defense Minister Brigadier General Ahmad Vahidi has met with President-elect Hassan Rohani to submit a report on his ministry’s performance and achievements in various fields.