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Iranian foreign ministry spokeswoman on Tuesday dismissed claims that Iran had been involved in the 1988 Lockerbie bombing.
A key factor in IRI Governmentˈs strategy is empowering women and girls in cultural, economic, and political fields, in planning, lawmaking, and policymaking, vice president for women and family affairs said here Monday.
A top Iranian Navy commander announced that the Navy forces have rescued 14 kidnapped Iranian fishermen stranded in international waters.
In 2012, Iran seized 388 tonnes of opium, the equivalent of 72 percent of all such seizures around the world.
Iran gained self-sufficiency in producing blood factor 7 products – used to treat hemophilia disease – and MS drugs, an official announced in July, adding that the country has also managed to produce a new type of hi-tech anti-cancer drug and the raw material for penicillin G.
The spokesman for the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) says the construction of Arak heavy water production plant in the country’s Markazi (Central) Province has made a nearly 90-percent progress.
The chief executive officer of Messe Frankfurt– the world’s largest trade fair organizer — said Iran could become an important future market for the global exhibition industry.
Tehran’s Amir Kabir University ranked 2nd in the US CanSat 2013 competitions participated by 25 teams from around the world, where competitors launched the small satellites that they had designed and built.
Supreme Leader of Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei said on Tuesday that resistance economy will help the nation develop independent economy away from crude oil revenues.
Lieutenant Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Brigadier General Hossein Salami underlined that Iranian military commanders are prepared to attack and destroy the Zionist regime of Israel as soon as they receive such an order.
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