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Iran and Qatar will hold joint navy drills in the near future, Commander of Iranian Coastguards Brigadier-General Ali Mohammad Salami said on Thursday.
Iran Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani has called on the Western governments to follow the path of wisdom in their nuclear negotiations with the Islamic Republic.
Iranian foreign ministry spokeswoman announced that a technical delegation is scheduled to travel to Yemen within the next two days to pursue the fate of an Iranian embassy staffer who has been abducted in Sana’a in July, 2013.
An Iranian aerospace official says the country plans to send its first indigenous telecommunications satellite into space by March 2018.
Iranˈs football team is considered the best Asian team in 2013 as it managed to gain the title of the best Asian team once again after 15 years, wrote France Football Weekly Magazine.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Wednesday stressed the necessity of Iran’s presence in the upcoming international conference aiming to end the humanitarian crisis in Syria, according to Foreign Ministry of the Russian Federation.
Iran National Motorcycle Team won a gold medal and fifth position during International Motorcycling Contests in Qatar.
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Asia-Pacific Affairs Ebrahim Rahimpour arrived in Ashgabat on Wednesday afternoon to discuss bilateral ties with senior Turkmen officials.
Head of Iran’s Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization (ICHHTO) Mohammad Ali Najafi called on all countries to cooperate for rebuilding endangered world heritage including Arg-e Bam (the Bam citadel) which was almost destroyed by the 2003 earthquake.
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