Daily look at Iran’s late-breaking news and upcoming events:
President Hassan Rouhani said here on Sunday that the budget bill he has presented to the Parliament contains useful data on ways of providing public services and constructing infrastructures.
A senior Iranian lawmaker lashed out at the US government for ignoring the continued violation of human rights, specially women’s rights, in Saudi Arabia to keep the flow of the kingdom’s petrodollars to Washington going.
Endorsement of the security agreement between Washington and the Kabul government won’t benefit the Afghans and will entail dire consequences for them and the regional people as it will cause violence to continue.
Iraq is willing to boost its gas imports from Iran to 90 million cubic meters (mcm) per day, a senior Iranian gas official said
The Iranian Space Agency has ambitious short, middle and long term space projects, a senior research official said, adding that the country will launch several home-made satellites and satellite-carriers in the next few years.
Iranian Navy’s 28th fleet of warships is set to leave the Indian port of Mumbai on Monday for the next destination on its overseas voyage, a senior navy commander said.
A delegation of European Parliament (EP) members is due to travel to Iran next week to discuss the expansion of parliamentary relations between the Islamic Republic and the EU.
A senior Iranian official says inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) have begun their visit of Arak heavy water plant.
According to Times of Israel, Shimon Peres at the 2013 Israel Business Conference in Tel Aviv said that he would like to meet with President Rouhani.
Member of China’s State Council Yang Jiechi arrived here Saturday night.
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