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Deputy foreign minister for EU and American affairs said here Tuesday that the British human rights report was from Iranˈs point of the view biased, ill-intentioned, totally rejected, and politically motivated.
Iranian First Vice President Es’haq Jahangiri says Iran is ready to further develop defense ties with the Republic of Azerbaijan.
Iran’s Basij (Voluntary) forces are preparing to stage another part of the serial Towards Beit al-Moqaddas military exercises in the coming days, this time in Tehran.
Commander of Iran’s Basij (Voluntary) Force Brigadier General Mohammad Reza Naqdi deplored the US refusal to issue visa for Tehran’s new ambassador to the United Nations Hamid Aboutalebi, saying that the move shows the US is not qualified to host the United Nations headquarters.
Iran inaugurated the first stock broker office in London in a ceremony attended by Managing Director of Bourse Tehran Company Hassan Qalibaf and Managing Director of Farabourse Company Amir Hamouni as well as a number of Iranian monetary and financial market managers.
An Iranian flutist will perform a concert in Australia on September.
Iran’s defense minister says Tehran will not discuss its ballistic missiles as part of ongoing talks with world powers on a final agreement to curb the Iranian nuclear program.
Iran expects to get a fifth instalment this week of previously blocked overseas funds, a senior official was quoted as saying, a payment that would confirm Iranian compliance with a landmark deal with world powers to curb its nuclear programme.
An Iranian scientist working for Google Company Babak Parviz along with his colleagues has designed an eye lens for checking blood sugar of people suffering diabetes.
Iranian Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani will discuss the further expansion of ties as well as matters of mutual interest during his visit to Belarus.
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