World powers concede failure to curb Iran’s N. capabilities: Rouhani

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President Rouhani: World powers admit failure in stopping Iran’s N. progress

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani hailed indigenization and rapid progress in the country’s nuclear program, and said even the world powers themselves have acknowledged their failure in preventing Iran’s nuclear progress.


Iran, G5+1 expert level talks go ahead in Vienna

Expert level negotiations between the Islamic Republic of Iran and Group 5+1 kicked off on Monday afternoon in Vienna.


Iran’s Zarif to travel to South Africa for Mandela funeral

Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif is to participate in the funeral ceremony and memorial service of South Africa’s anti-apartheid icon Nelson Mandela.


President’s Advisor: Iran set to make strong return to oil markets

Iranian Presidential Advisor Akbar Torkan said Tehran will do its best to have a strong return to the oil markets.


Russian FM due in Tehran on Tuesday

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov is scheduled to pay an official visit to Iran on Tuesday (Dec 10) evening.


Test of commitment’ to Genève deal on for all sides: Zarif

Iran’s FM has said the greater step after Genève deal is all sides’ commitment to implementation of the deal.


Iran launches home-made defense shield

Iran launched the first home-made cyber defense shield dubbed ‘Shahpad’ (the smart network of defense security cover), after several years of studies and research.


Iran invites Japanese firms for investment

Iran has invited Japanese firms and companies to make investment in different sectors in the country’s market.


Iran deputy FM, Lebanese FM meet in Guinea

Deputy Foreign Minister for Arab and African Affairs Hossein Amir Abdollahian and Lebanese Foreign Minister Adnan Mansour met in Conakry, Guinea.


Iran’s diary exports hit $672 million

A member of Board of Directors of Iranian Diary Industries said the country exported 672 million dollars of diary products in 2012.


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