Iran’s nuclear negotiating team in Geneva

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Iran’s negotiating team arrives in Geneva

The Iranian negotiating team has arrived in the Swiss city of Geneva for a fresh round of talks with the representatives of six major world powers over Tehran’s nuclear energy program.


Two Int’l Electricity, Water Exhibitions kick off in Iran’s capital

Iran’s 13th International Electricity Exhibition and 9th International Water and Wastewater Exhibition started work here on Wednesday in a ceremony attended by Energy Minister Hamid Chitchian.


Oil Minister: Iran seeking to increase interaction with gas majors

Iran’s oil minister said the country has taken practical steps to intensify its cooperation with major gas producers and exporters, and added neighboring countries are the main export market for Iran’s natural gas.


Judiciary chief: Iran dignity constitutes nuclear talks framework

Judiciary Chief Ayatollah Sadeq Amoli Larijani said on Wednesday that the framework of nuclear talks with G5+1 is the dignity of the country.


FIFA chief Blatter arrives in Tehran

President of Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) Joseph Sepp Blatter arrived in Tehran early Wednesday morning to attend the 2nd International Science and Football Congress.

Iranian VP urges private sector to develop maritime industries

Iranian First Vice President Eshaq Jahangiri said a major development of the country’s maritime industries requires a serious national determination, adding that the country’s private sector should play a pivotal role in that industry.


Interior Minister appointed head of State Security Council

President Hassan Rouhani appointed Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli as the head of the State Security Council on Wednesday.


MP: Parliament to probe assassination of local judicial official

Parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Commission will investigate assassination of Zabol prosecutor in its next session and might send a delegation to southeast Iran for further inquiry, the commission’s rapporteur said Wednesday.


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